Forbes Names Print Syndicate to 2015 List of America’s Most Promising Companies

What a way to kick off the year! Print Syndicate, a TechColumbus client and portfolio company, was named by Forbes to the 2015 List of America’s Most Promising Companies. There are lots of new faces among the 100 companies on Forbes’ list—but we think Print Syndicate is the coolest of them all (of course, we may be a bit biased).... Read more

TechColumbus Announces Landmark Investment in Nationwide Children’s Hospital Spinout

Investment in Milo Biotechnology marks milestone in strategic relationship.  TechColumbus and Nationwide Children’s Hospital combine forces to help a promising life science spinout deliver a new gene-based therapy to treat muscular dystrophy and various other muscular disorders to improve the lives of patients with neuromuscular diseases. TechColumbus will invest in Milo Biotechnology, the exclusive licensee of patented therapy developed at... Read more

5 Reasons NOT to Base Your Business Plan on a B2B Product that Sells Itself

#117046655 / Even though we’ve learned to never say “never” when it comes to entrepreneurship, we have never yet seen a sustainable business plan that was based on a product or service that “sold itself.”  This isn’t to deny that somewhere, in some corner of the Internet, such a product might exist. But even if it does and we... Read more

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VentureNEXT Crowd Celebrates Entrepreneurship in Central Ohio

Leading entrepreneurs, investors, creatives, and corporations turned out in force to champion Central Ohio’s innovation economy at the first ever VentureNEXT celebration.  Nearly 400 participants filled the LC Pavilion on November 6 for an evening of connection and collaboration.  “The enthusiasm for VentureNEXT just goes to show that now is a very exciting time to be part of the Central Ohio... Read more


5 VentureNEXT Lessons for Startups and Entrepreneurs

It was about this time last year that we began brainstorming ideas for VentureNEXT.  We knew we wanted to create a truly unique celebration of Central Ohio’s entrepreneurs. We wanted to host something memorable, something that hadn’t been done before. So, like all good entrepreneurs, we white boarded the possibilities. We talked about having product demonstrations. We discussed setting up... Read more