CINCINNATI - There's a good reason the Tri-State has a reputation for fostering innovation and entrepreneurship: The region is home to a number of business incubators and plenty of smart, creative people to keep them busy.
WCPO Contributor Feoshia Davis has been talking with start-up and entrepreneurial all stars. In case you missed them, here's a roundup of some of most popular 9 Q&A columns.
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REPP is working to make the web a little more transparent with a new service that allows people to verify and share their identities, photos and background checks with others.
A website that lets people swap sports or concert tickets, the startup gained early support from the Greater Cincinnati entrepreneurial community. It took top honors at the 2012 Cincinnati Startup Weekend, an annual competition.
The web-based platform lets groups like museums and historical organizations upload and present pictures, text, audio and video--creating walking tours for minimal cost.
Local startup Epipheo helps companies explain complex concepts through video storytelling. The company started with a talented group of creatives who worked remotely from across the country.
The company is harnessing the power of visuals with a new web-based platform for the consumer packaged goods industry.
The fast-growing, 2-year-old website focuses on healthy living for mom and family. With more than 1 million unique visitors each month, Skinny Mom is a hit with women seeking tips on food, fashion and exercise.
Based in Cincinnati, Petbrosia is a line of dog and cat food developed by company veterinarians and nutrition engineers. It is formulated for individual pets and evolves as dogs and cats age. Customers purchase the customized pet food blends online.
Cincinnati Game and Toy Industry Professionals is an informal organization of more than 300 members who connect online and in person to promote the profession.
IncludeFitness is set to debut its first in a line of fitness equipment that it says anyone can use, regardless of physical limitations. The Cincinnati company's first product, The Access, is a strength-training machine set for a full debut in late 2014.