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Registration is now open for Columbus Startup Week 2016, powered by Chase. More than 80 events celebrating entrepreneurship are planned for the week of May 2-6Sessions include keynotes, panel discussions, demonstrations, tours, and fabulous networking opportunities.
There’s a little something for everyone. Guests can expect to hear from Columbus-based founders, investors and innovators on a wide variety of topics like:
  • “A Practical Guide to Drones”
  • “Enterprise Product Methods for Startups”
  • “Transform Your Product Idea into Action”
  • “A Practical Guide to the Internet-of-Things”

Columbus Startup Week is FREE and open to all. It’s being organized by a group of community volunteers. Please browse the initial schedule and sign-up to attend. We invite you to come back to the site frequently, as the calendar will continue to be built-out with new opportunities.

Last year’s inaugural Columbus Startup Week attracted 1,500 registrants. The feedback from those in attendance was universally positive – we encourage you to check it out.


Columbus Ohio might lead the way with driverless cars – Tech Insider

How Ohio Used Agile Development to Overhaul its Tax System 

‘Five Solid Questions’ with Brian Shea, (CTO) and (CISO) for Riverside Radiology and Interventional Associates

Venture for America seeks to double fellows placed with Central Ohio startups through job fair at CrossChx –  Columbus Business First 

Columbus a finalist for Smart Cities $40mm grant 

Highlights for Children Launches New Highlights Every Day Mobile Experience

Web Analytics Wednesday – April 2016 Recap – Collaboration in Columbus

Chip, Implanted in Brain, Helps Paralyzed Man Regain Control of Hand – The New York Times

Tech roundup: Ohio’s tech industry average wage comes in 70 percent higher than the average wage in Ohio’s private sector | Columbus CEO

People on the move

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Reese Foster  –  Senior Project Manager at Wells Fargo


Video of the Week

Linus Torvalds: The mind behind Linux | TED Talk |

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