TechCrunch: “For the nearly the last ten years, Mike Farmer has been trying to unseat Google from its perch as the king of search. Now, four years in to his second search startup, Farmer thinks he may have found the next leap forward.” TechCrunch discussed how, for publishers, Leap.it’s approach to real-time information discovery could be could be the weapon they need to take back control of their content.
Columbus Dispatch: “The April fire Downtown that destroyed the Robert Mason Co. stationery shop may have been a major obstacle for owner Robert Grimmett to overcome, but the business is moving forward.” The Columbus Dispatch shared details.
“Davidson took some time to focus on what was important, not to the growth of her business, but to herself on a more personal level … and realized just how many women had an interest in starting their own business. And so Hello Fearless was born. ‘It’s more than just a school for female entrepreneurs,’ Davidson said of Hello Fearless. ‘It’s a movement to empower women to dream bigger and make their dreams a reality, to help them create a highly profitable business aligned with who they are and the impact they want to make.’”
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ColumbusUnderground.comcaught up with Angela Petro to talk about Sweet Carrot’s (Did you know that name is an anagram for Angela’s catering company, Two Caterers?) menu and future plans: “We’ve always been about serious food with a sense of whimsy, and the food truck allows us to tap into that creative side. I’ve grown up with this company, so now, that’s the focus: doing things in a grown up way, while staying true to the collective, innovative voice of the company.”