From healthcare achievers to millennials on the move, Columbus CEO has had pivotal subjects grace our covers.
Columbus CEO doesn't promise our cover in advance, but here's a tip: Winners of our Healthcare Achievement Awards have been featured on the magazine's March cover each of the last three years. Time is running out for the chance to be on the 2017 cover. Nominations in six categories are due this week. (Email me if you need a little more time to submit your nomination.)
Being on the cover of Columbus CEO won't get you through airport TSA checkpoints without a hassle, but investing a little time and an $85 fee will do the trick for five years. John Glenn Columbus International Airport is offering enrollment in TSA Pre? expedited screening from Nov. 7-18. Frequent travelers are encouraged to pre-enroll online and get an appointment. While at CMH, you'll want to check out Columbus 2020's award-winning One of US campaign.
Those of us working in print media know spelling is important, so it's nice to see that Action for Children does, too. A celebrity spelling bee is the featured event for its Small Steps Big Benefits fundraiser Thursday evening. A couple of former Columbus CEO cover subjects-Donatos' Jane Grote Abell and Key Bank's Melissa Ingwersen are among those set to demonstrate their spelling prowess to benefit access to high quality early childhood education.
Spelling may have lost relevance in our increasingly digital communications, but demand is rising for other skills. Enter Ohio Inbound Marketing Day, a second annual conference in Columbus for best practices in digital marketing and sales automation. Early Bird registration ends Monday.
In a practical application of digital marketing, American Express is offering a tool kit of resources to help small businesses around the country prepare to make the most of Small Business Saturday on Nov. 26. The credit card company promotes the Saturday after Thanksgiving as a day to shop local small businesses.
Business and accounting consultants Plante Moran have also gone online with a new series of 5- to 15-minute podcasts and webcasts, "Want growth? Embrace risk." Topics include working with millennials-a subject Columbus CEO explored in our September cover feature.