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Healthcare and Technology Transforming Innovation District Prospers in Ohio – ONT | Ohio State University and Nationwide Children’s will invest $ 1.1 billion in the Columbus Innovation District; including the development of interdisciplinary research facilities, the Center for Energy Advancement and Innovation, outpatient cancer facilities, and the region’s first proton therapy facility to already treat cancer patients. Ongoing at Ohio State University West Campus.

ScaleHealth Officially Announces Partnership with Olive | ScaleHealth Officially Announces Partnership with Olive. Partnership fosters greater innovation and collaboration between startups and health systems.

OhioX Helps build Talent Networks – Spectrum News | Chris Berry, President of OhioX, discusses with Mike Kallmeyer how innovative Ohio companies create a network of their own to lift the state’s reputation and build a hub of technology workers.  

Columbus’ Tradovate to Offer New FairX Futures Commission-Free| Online Brokerage Continues to Bring Innovation to Futures by Offering “No-Fees” Approach, with Commission-Free Trading of New FairX Futures. Tradovate’s mission is to deliver new technology, the latest futures products and new pricing models designed to reduce a trader’s total costs.

Whiplash opens second fulfillment center in Columbus, Ohio | Whiplash, one of the nation’s leading providers of omnichannel logistics services, headquartered in City of Industry, Calif., is announcing the opening of their new, modern, 261,400 square-foot facility located in Columbus, OH.

Dublin’s EasyIT Has Seen Growth & Increased Need for Talent in the Pandemic – Cbus Underground | Like many tech-focused businesses, EasyIT saw an increase in their workload as a result of the pandemic. CEO Kurt Hoeft said the company has had 20-30% more service tickets than it would have without the increase in remote work.

Multifamily Sector Sees Positive Indicators from Healthy Midwest Economy – Rebusiness Online | Amid a global pandemic and its economic repercussions, the American Midwest has remained a place of comparative stability — and opportunity.