2016 Top Workplaces: Nominations now open



It’s time to submit nominations for recognition next year as one of 
Columbus CEO’s 2016 Top Workplaces.

Q&A: Pelotonia’s Doug Ulman on his ‘typical’ day and what makes Columbus different

Pelotonia’s new CEO is an activist and survivor with big ideas for growing central Ohio’s premier fundraiser for cancer research.

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Briefing: How Columbus hospitals use social media

Mindset Digital and the Ohio Hospital Association recently released a study on Ohio hospitals and social media. The diagnosis? A large increase in time devoted to hospitals’ social media.

Book review: ‘Miss Jessie’s’ mixes personal story, advice for entrepreneurs

Starting a business is the worst, most difficult, wonderful and magnificent thing you’ll ever do — but as in the new book Miss Jessie’s: Creating a Successful Business from Scratch –Naturally by Miko Branch, sometimes it’s also hair-raising.
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