Value Innovation and Fall Leaves

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Lois Kolada and her husband Paul are nice examples of creative and driven entrepreneurs who call Columbus home. Why?  The idea they are launching may help you get better at cleaning up your leaves each fall.  Cleaning up leaves is not what I would call a night on the town.  But that’s just me… Here’s […]

Free Lunch at the Taste of L.A. Catering

Dear Columbus folks, Interested in a free lunch on Thursday?  I’d love to see you at the Taste of L.A. Catering: The Details The event will be held tomorrow from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the L.A. Catering Event Center – Carries Cafe at 670 Harmon Ave.,
Columbus, OH 43223. Here are some driving directions.  It’s […]

Keep Columbus Metropolitan Libraries Strong – Vote YES on Issue 4

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At the Central Ohio PRSA panel last week, my friend and coach M.J. Clark introduced me to Julie Theado. Julie volunteers her time to the Columbus Metropolitan Libraries, coordinating much of their efforts in using social media tools to reach the local community for the upcoming operating levy that will expire this year. It’s mission-critical timing […]

HOW TO: Find a Job Using Twitter – by Hannah DeMilta

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I’m so pleased to give the floor to my friend, Hannah DeMilta, today.  Hannah is a shining example of the other side of Generation Y. She’s sharp, passionate, focused on having experiences and building networks, and a Jedi Master in the art of wielding social media tools to drive her professional career.  Shortly after graduating from Otterbein […]

This Week in Columbus: Panel Discussions, Gen Y & Social Media

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This is a cool week for us Gen Y kids in Columbus.  Starting on Wednesday, I’ll have the chance to to sit with other sharp members of my generation on three different panels at Columbus business events. That last sentence puts a BIG, smily emoticon on my face. I’m smiling because I’m proud of us Gen Y kids.  More often […]