Startup Resources

Struggling to find the resources you need? We’ve put together a list of startup and entrepreneurial resources available in the Central Ohio Region to help you at every stage.


Fintech71: Fintech71 is a non-profit startup accelerator and innovation outpost for the top financial services companies in the US. Located in Columbus, OH, Fintech71 helps entrepreneurs by running an intensive 10-week accelerator program, providing investment, connections to mentorship, and office space throughout the program.

Founder Institute: The Founder Institute provides early-stage entrepreneurs with the structure, training, mentor support, and global network needed to start an enduring company. This paid, 3-month program helps individuals transition from employee to entrepreneur, test their startup ideas, build a team, get their first customers, raise funding, and more.

Lumos Innovation: Working as a nexus of entrepreneurship, technology, corporate innovation, and community engagement, Lumos’ accelerator and co-working space provides access to funding and guidance on scaling and innovation.

SEA Change: This 14-week accelerator program takes place here in Columbus and leverages an online curriculum to help entrepreneurs with a social mission go further, faster. SEA Change links individuals to mentors and subject matter experts, as well as provides coaching, capital and other resources. Culminating in a Pitch Day, entrepreneurs leave the program equipped with direct actionable steps to continue moving forward.

SU Smart City Accelerator Columbus: Spurred by Columbus’ win of the Smart City Challenge in June 2016, winning the city $40 Million and catalyzing more than $100 Million in the region, SU’s Smart City Accelerator supports innovations centered on this mission. Focusing on areas such as mobility, connectivity, data analytics, energy, and manufacturing, the accelerator provides access to expert faculty and mentors, proven innovation tools and methodology, and industry experts.

Women’s Small Business Accelerator: Formed to help women business owners achieve their business ownership dreams, the WSBA provides support, educational programming, and mentoring to increase the success rate of women’s microbusinesses.


400 West Rich: Located in East Franklinton, 400 West Rich is a manufacturing warehouse turned multi-functional arts complex and co-working space and has grown to house 140 Columbus based artists, craftsman, designers, performers, local startups, and non-profits.

C|Suites Executive Office Space: C|Suites Offices, located in Gahanna, Ohio, are office spaces with the entrepreneur and small business owner in mind. These spaces can be tailored to fit the requirements of the company and client at an affordable cost and at a convenient location.

COhatch Worthington: This new space is designed to meet all of your business needs while located within the community that you call home. COhatch offers spaces for co-working, meetings, private offices, events, and more.

Columbus Idea Foundry: The Columbus Idea Foundry serves as a community workshop, learning center, and creative space to entrepreneurs, inventors, designers, and more. Their resources include training and access to technologies, both conventional and high-tech, and an expansive list of shop resource tools.

Cultivate Grove City: Cultivate Grove City provides companies with coaching, mentoring, networking events, co-working space, and more. This organization is structured as a 501(c)(3) non-profit and serves the community by providing dozens of companies with the startup and small business support and resources needed to achieve success.

Dublin Entrepreneurial Center (DEC): The Dublin Entrepreneurial Center is a vibrant and energetic community of businesses working together to advance ideas and technologies of startups in Dublin, Ohio and the surrounding areas. They provide access to industry-specific experts, opportunities for shared-services and cost sharing, and numerous community partnerships to promote an environment that increases deal flow and development.

E.V. Bishoff Co.: Located in downtown Columbus, the E.V. Bishoff Co. offices come in a variety of traditional and non-traditional spaces and are provided elegantly and affordably. These spaces include executive suites, team spaces, studios, and more.

Industrious: Industrious is a modern office space located in the Short North Arts District providing community and convenience to entrepreneurs and small businesses with co-working space, private offices, meeting space, and many additional resources available.

Innovate New Albany: Innovate New Albany serves as the city’s incubator for technology startups, entrepreneurs, and small businesses. Located in the New Albany Business Park, this incubator occupies 16,000 square feet and offers spaces for co-working, private offices, entrepreneurial activities and events. With their convenient location, extensive networking opportunities, and access to venture capital, Innovate New Albany is a hub for local startups, ideas, and interconnectivity.

Intelligent Office: Located at Columbus Commons Park Downtown, Intelligent Office offers a wide variety of virtual offices and staffing solutions for micro-businesses – locally-based virtual assistants, phone answering, appointment setting, lead capture and other call center services, co-working space, private offices, conference rooms, and mailboxes.

Marysville Entrepreneurial Center (MEC): The Marysville Entrepreneurial Center was created in 2008 and is focused on fostering grassroots economic development in Union County. Accessible office space, parking, and office resources make it a convenient and sensible option for entrepreneurs in any stage.

Office Evolution: Office Evolution has designed their services around understanding the modern day needs, flexibility, and unique challenges of being an entrepreneur. You can gain access to their four office locations or take advantage of virtual resources with amenities ranging from a private mailbox, to meeting space, to phone answering services.

Serendipity Labs: Located in the heart of downtown, Serendipity Labs is an upscale and hospitality driven workspace providing private offices, co-working, team rooms, work lounges and meeting spaces. Pairing airy and inspiring ambiance with a secure cloud based infrastructure, Serendipity Labs delivers enterprise level security capable of meeting any compliance standards, regardless of industry.

The 44: Located in the heart of Historic Downtown Powell, The 44 boasts a newly renovated and spacious layout with private office spaces available. Additionally, these companies in residence will have access to professional mentoring and training opportunities, a shared administrative staff, and much more.

The Horton Building: The Horton Building is located on the campus of the Central Ohio Aerospace & Technology Center in Heath, Ohio. The 45,000+ square foot, LEED-certified space is environmentally controlled and provides access to Boeing capabilities including 3D prototyping and a virtual manufacturing lab.

The Perch: The Perch is a locally owned, high quality, collaborative shared office space for small businesses, startups, and freelancers located in the Short North Arts District.

The Salt Mines: The Salt Mines serve as a co-working space and community for the Columbus region. Their ample space, device lab, events, and more make it a great place for any independent professional or team.

Qwirk Co-working & Collaboration: Qwirk serves as a place for entrepreneurs, small business owners, freelancers, and more to work, meet others, and grow their businesses. Their casual, yet professional setting meets the needs of every remote worker.

University Programs and Resources

Alleviating Poverty Through Entrepreneurship (APTE): Held at The Ohio State University, this annual event draws students, community members, and social entrepreneurs from around the globe to explore sustainable solutions to poverty.

Buckeye IP Vault: This marketplace is a gateway to software, apps, copyrights content and non-exclusive patents created by Ohio State University.

Business Builders Club: The Ohio State University’s Business Builders Club consists of a group of passionate students. In this organization, students collaborate with the Columbus Community as well as global organizations in the efforts to foster entrepreneurship.

CCAD MindMarket: Columbus College of Art & Design’s Mind Market, located in downtown Columbus, is an open collaborative workspace and incubator. Here, tenants are provided mentorship, business coaching, and access to many professional services, specifically those needed for art- and design-based ventures.

Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Housed at Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business, this center facilitates entrepreneurial and innovation-based learning, helps to develop new companies, and assists in the development of new products and services within existing businesses.

HackOHI/O: HackOHI/O serves as the largest hackathon at The Ohio State University. Throughout this weekend long program, over 700 undergraduates will design, build, and create real projects to be presented to a live audience of students, faculty, and tech company representatives. Involvement can provide exposure to a large technology focused network, education, and even cash prizes.

Ohio Innovation Fund: The Ohio Innovation Fund was created with the goal to keep Ohio State University and Ohio University graduates in state and working in jobs with emerging technology. This venture capital fund focuses on smaller startups and businesses with high potential for growth, investing in equity capital.

REACH for Commercialization: Inspiring female entrepreneurs, REACH helps to develop the entrepreneurial capacity of women faculty at Ohio State and beyond. This program was designed to help women faculty and post-doctoral scholars explore commercialization as a means of expanding the impact of their research.

Small Business Development Center at Columbus State Community College (SBDC): Part of America’s SBDC national network, this SBDC supports 9 counties in the Central Ohio Region and provide entrepreneurs with advising, training, specialty services, and more.

The Point at Otterbein: Partnered with leading organizations in central Ohio, Otterbein’s STEAM Innovation Center combines academics with business and manufacturing needs of the community.

The Ohio State University Accelerator Awards: This program provides funding to help further develop, validate, and commercialize promising technologies over a 3-6 month timeline. Awards are given to multiple applicants each cycle with a maximum amount of $50K per award.

The Ohio State University Technology Commercialization Office (TCO): TCO works to turn the inventions, concepts, and technologies of faculty, researchers, students, and clinicians into business opportunities and products impacting the local and global marketplace.

Venture Development and Startup Funding

Commercial Acceleration Loan Fund (CALF): The Commercial Acceleration Loan Fund helps to bridge the gap between early stage entrepreneurs need for capital and traditional funding sources. Provided by the Ohio Third Frontier Program, this program provides investment-validated Ohio companies that are developing next generation products or services with early-stage funding.

Community Capital Development Corporation (CCDC): Certified by the Small Business Administration, CCDC helps small businesses obtain financing for growth and expansion by helping link small businesses to the best lending resources. Helping provide a competitive advantage to these small businesses, the CCDC is committed to providing low down payments, competitive interest rates, long-term financing, and economic development opportunities.

Drive Capital: Drive Capital is a Venture Capitalist firm based in Columbus, Ohio, investing mainly in innovative technology, healthcare, and consumer companies in the Midwest.

Economic and Community Development Institute (ECDI): The ECDI works specifically with very small business owners and their needs surrounding the creation and expansion of microenterprises. The Institution offers loans to underserved entrepreneurs ranging from $500-$150,000 through its revolving microloan fund program.

Finance Fund with the SBA: Part of the Small Business Administration’s Community Advantage Pilot Program, the Finance Fund is aimed to help businesses in underserved communities gain access to funding. These loans range up to $350K.

Forge Columbus & Kiva: Forge Columbus works to connect socially-driven businesses with a diverse group of community investors. Additionally, they invest in entrepreneurs by working to build a better Columbus through providing business services, access to capital, and promotion.

Ikove Capital Partners: Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, Ikove Capital Partners is a venture capital company that focuses on making early-stage investments in technology companies. With an unusually large reach, Ikove has directors, partners, and advisors in numerous countries around the world.

Innovation Ohio Loan Fund (IOLF)
The IOLF helps to provide funding to those who have limited access to capital due to the risks associated with developing new products or services. Focusing on existing companies, the IOLF supports the growth capital needs of existing young companies.

Jobs Ohio: The private non-profit corporation, Jobs Ohio, was created to drive job creation and new capital investment. Their four grant and loan programs work in collaboration to support economic growth in the state of Ohio.

JumpStart Focus Fund: JumpStart’s Focus Fund invests seed capital in tech-based companies specifically led by minority or female entrepreneurs located anywhere in the state of Ohio. These investments are between $250-600K and are given to early stage companies with the capability to leverage and achieve transformational growth.

Loud Capital: Loud Capital, based in Central Ohio, is an entrepreneurial collective that provides promising young startups with early stage capital, talent, and professional connections.

NCT Ventures: Founded by entrepreneurs, this VC firm passionately supports other entrepreneurs financially as well as by providing hands-on operational support.

Ohio Tech Angel Funds (OTAF): Ranked as one of the top angel investor networks in the country, OTAF engages and invests in early-stage companies with high-growth potential. Market sectors invested in include, but are not limited to, life sciences, information technology, and physical sciences.

Pipeline Angels: This network of seasoned women investors is creating capital for women and non-binary femme social entrepreneurs. Along with funding, Pipeline Angels also holds a boot camp for new investors and a pitch summit for entrepreneurs who are seeking investments.

Reservoir Venture Partners: This Columbus based venture capital firm works to identify, invest in, and help build early stage information technology companies with an emphasis on the healthcare, IT, and clean technology industries.

Rev1 Ventures: Rev1 Ventures serves as a venture development hub to the Columbus Region. Having the capital of a VC firm and the resources of an accelerator, Rev1 supports startups and entrepreneurs from concept through breakeven and beyond.

Silicon Valley Bank (SVB): SVB provides a full range of financial services to companies of all stages and sizes to enable growth and innovation. This high-tech commercial bank has helped fund more than 30,000 startups.

Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR): The SBIR program works to encourage domestic small businesses with the potential for commercialization to engage with Federal Research/Research and Development. They do so by providing funding for technological innovation, encouraging entrepreneurs, and enabling socially and economically disadvantaged persons.

Small Business Administration (SBA): The SBA provides loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling services, and more to small businesses with the goal to help Americans start, build, and grow businesses. Their guide to small business financing covers more than just SBA loans including details surrounding and a comparison of different types of financing available as well as a collated list of tools, resources.

Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR): STTR expands funding opportunities for federal innovation research and development. They focus on expanding the public/private sectors partnerships to include joint venture opportunities for small businesses and nonprofit research institutions.

Technology Validation and Start-up Fund (TVSF): The TVSF’s goal is to create economic growth for technologies that are commercialized by Ohio-based companies that were spun out from higher education institutions or Ohio not-for-profit research institutions.

X Squared Angel Group: X Squared Angel Group invests in women-led startups to demonstrate and promote the financial effectiveness of gender diverse management business teams.

Economic Development Resources

Columbus 2020: This is a team made up of 20 economic development professionals and a group of allied organizations tasked with moving the regional growth strategy forward. Columbus 2020 focuses on job creation, capital investments, and increased personal per capita income within the Columbus Region.

Columbus Chamber of Commerce: Impacting Columbus for over 120 years, the Columbus Chamber of Commerce provides resources for local businesses including business connections, market research, and more.

Dublin Chamber of Commerce: The Dublin Chamber of Commerce serves as the voice to the business and professional community and to organizations of all sizes and industry. Membership with the chamber provides individuals with networking events, leadership development, and more.

Grove City Chamber of Commerce: The Grove City Chamber of Commerce works to help define, develop, and implement programs and services to enhance economic opportunity and create a positive environment for the development and success of businesses. Resources available through the chamber include small business advisory, data resources, and the community network.

New Albany Chamber of Commerce: The New Albany Chamber of Commerce promotes the progress, growth, and improvement of New Albany, Ohio businesses, and the professional and civic communities. The Chamber provides resources such as mentorship, leadership training, access to an extensive network, and more.

Ohio Business Gateway- 1st Stop Business Connection: This resource provides free state-level information needed to start, develop, and/or grow your business in Ohio.

Ohio Third Frontier: Ohio Third Frontier works to transform the state’s economy through accelerated growth of diverse startups as well as early stage technology companies by providing business expertise, mentorship, capital, and talent.

Tech2Market: This not-for-profit corporation provides professional resources, mentoring, and more to emerging technology ventures, entrepreneurs, and investors. A few of the professional resources available include marketing, legal, financial and accounting.

Women for Economic and Leadership Development (WELD): WELD provides educational courses and networking connections to women to further their individual economic status. Additionally, their efforts help to strengthen women’s leadership skills, strengthening the economic prosperity of their communities that they serve.

Associations/Other Startup Resources

14oo Food Labs: Located in Columbus, Ohio, 1400 Food Labs is a commercial test kitchen and food experience center. With four hot-line kitchen stations, prep stations, storage space, business support and more, makers can find anything that they may need while starting their own food business.

Bunker Labs Columbus: Bunker Labs is a national non-profit created by military veterans for veterans to start and grow businesses. Their Columbus location, one of their many local chapters found across the U.S., provides educational programming, access to resources, and a thriving local network to help military veterans and their spouses start and grow businesses.

Big Kitty Labs: With their iterative prototype framework, Big Kitty Labs helps build startup concepts and prototypes quickly and affordably. Acting as a development partner, they work with web, mobile, enterprise, and more.

BioOhio: This member-guided service has nearly 400 members that combined employ over 100,000 Ohioans. This broad network works to connect and support Ohio’s bioscience community through networking, advocacy, events, talent, information, and cost savings.

CapCity Biohackers: This new community is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and community members with biohacking, indie science, and science education in Columbus, Ohio. CapCity Biohackers are part of the world-wide DIYBio movement and the first established DIYBio group in Ohio.

Central Ohio Food Truck Association (COFTA): COFTA is an industry association for advocating food trucks owners and operators providing a platform for advocacy, communication, and education for the members and those serving central Ohio.

Central Ohio Minority Business Association (COMBA): Ohio’s minority and disadvantaged business community is provided entrepreneurial development assistance and business consulting for startup and emerging businesses. COMBA offers training programs, business plan development, branding, minority certification, and more.

CivicHacks: CivicHacks works to build businesses that make an impact in the Columbus community in a meaningful and authentic way through engaging millennials, entrepreneurs, and creative knowledge workers.

Columbus Business First Portal: Working in conjunction with ECDI, this portal provides their clients with access to the most recent issues, special publications, and Book of Lists online.

Columbus Collaboratory: The Columbus Collaboratory is a unique innovation ecosystem where IT and technological innovation are worked on collaboratively, expanding and upskilling Columbus, Ohio’s IT workforce.

Columbus Metropolitan Library: The Columbus Metropolitan Library’s Research Database acts as a great resource for small businesses and startups alike. Access is available to their many subscriptions to high quality research and consumer tools on a variety of topics as well as numerous research tools and databases through their website.

First Search: Launched by First Round, First Search is a free resource where you can find thousands of vetted and organized articles providing the knowledge you need, when you need it. These articles are sources from across the internet, pooling the best startup advice, written by the top minds in the industry, all in one place.

GiveBackHack: Acting as a launchpad for social impact, GiveBackHack brings the community together to confront social issues, work towards innovative solutions, establish new businesses, and more.

i.c. stars: This program provides a rigorous technology-based workforce development and leadership training program for inner-city young adults and low-income adults. By enhancing the skill set and economic standing of their participants, i.c. stars is able to positively impact the communities on a personal and economic level.

Increase Community Development Corporation: INCREASE Community Development Corporation is a faith-based, non-profit organization that provides business training and capital for entrepreneurs and start-up businesses in central Ohio.

Launch Labs: This small team of engineers, designers, and strategists works with entrepreneurs to develop consumer products and launch them onto the market. With their three-phase process, Launch Labs works to minimize risk and maximize learning.

Meetups in Columbus: Meetup offers numerous groups surrounding industries of interest in the startup realm. Whatever interest you may have, join or start a meetup to bring people together to do, explore, teach, and learn about your area of interest. Specifically, in the tech space, TechLife Columbus aggregates many of the various meetups available.

Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations: The Ohio Association of Nonprofit Organizations (OANO) is the only statewide membership association that reflects the full diversity of the nonprofit sector in Ohio. OANO’s mission is to provide leadership, education, and advocacy to enhance the ability of Ohio’s nonprofit organizations to serve their communities.

Ohio Supercomputer Center: This center is fully-scalable with mid-range machines to help accelerate research, enhance computational science expertise, and provide a competitive advantage for small businesses and startups.

SCORE: SCORE is made up of experienced volunteer business professionals that provide free and confidential advice and mentorship to entrepreneurs on starting, managing, and growing a business.

Startup Grind Columbus: Startup Grind is the largest independent startup community actively educating, inspiring, and connecting entrepreneurs in over 250 cities to date. Hosting monthly events, Startup Grind Columbus features successful local founders, innovators, educators and investors who share lessons learned on the road to building great companies.

Startup Week: Over five days, entrepreneurs, local leaders, and community members are brought together to build momentum and opportunity around the local entrepreneurial environment. Startup Week’s goal is to celebrate the achievements of the entrepreneurial communities around the globe and develop and support thriving communities.

Startup Weekend: This 54-hour experience exposes participants to the trials and tribulations as well as the fun and excitement of being an entrepreneur and launching a startup. Startup Weekend provides mentors, investors, and educational resources through the process to enhance the experience as well as expose the company to individuals that can help to enable continued momentum after the weekend is over. is a startup platform located in central Ohio. This company helps startups, entrepreneurs, and small businesses with raising funding, marketing, and professional assistance.

SunDown RunDown: SunDown RunDown works to help entrepreneurs make connections, expand their businesses, and learn though providing pitch events, educational offerings, and other services to help make startups happen.

Tech Elevator: Tech Elevator is a 14 week coding boot camp that can jump start a career as a junior developer. Additional to their rapid development program, Tech Elevator supports their participants’ career goals through their hiring network and Pathway Program.

TechLife Columbus: TechLife Columbus is a Meetup group focused on enhancing the connectivity and collaboration amongst entrepreneurs and tech minded individuals in town.

Venture Ohio: Venture Ohio helps to ensure adequate capital for startups and foster a collaborative entrepreneurial ecosystem within the state of Ohio.

WakeupStartup: WakeUp StartUp is a pitch-event driven by entrepreneurs, creators, and builders interested in constructing high growth companies. Held monthly, entrepreneurs, investors, students, and the greater community gather, providing specific and candid feedback in a welcoming and highly energized environment.

Women Educating Women (WEW): WEW works to break down barriers for women entrepreneurs by providing educational resources, events, and more, enabling economic viability of women owned micro-businesses.

Women’s Business Center (ECDI): With the mission of empowering women entrepreneurs with resources and tools to create strong sustainable businesses, the WBC is the only SBA-funded Women’s Business Center in the state. They provide their clients with mentoring, training and workshops, access to networks and more for a low annual membership fee.

Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!): This groundbreaking program transforms students in grades 6-12 into real, confident entrepreneurs.  Throughout this year long program, students work through the challenges of building a business including everything from generating an idea and writing a business plan, to launching a real company.

ZoCo Design: Working with brands that seek change, ZoCo Design connects strategy and creativity to create informed, lasting design that delivers business value. Founded in 2013, ZoCo has proudly worked with local Columbus startups, Fortune 500, and international clients. This nimble studio’s expertise extends from branding to user experience, and print to digital design.

Additional Ohio Startup Resources

Bad Girl Ventures: This educational and micro-finance nonprofit supports female entrepreneurs by providing business education, mentors and coaches, and access to debt capital.

BioEnterprise: This not-for-profit business accelerator helps bioscience startups grow. They provide access to bioscience venture capital, a network of experts, services, and equipment, strategic marketing guidance, and more.

BLK Hack: This monthly event serves as a platform for Black entrepreneurs, innovators, founders, and builders to host open and honest conversations about inclusion and diversity within the startup and technology realm. Additionally, ample dedicated time for conversation provides the opportunity to build strong and meaningful connections.

CincyTech: CincyTech provides advice and capital to entrepreneurs, helps in the commercialization of technologies from research institutions, and catalyzes investment from individuals and institutions into regional companies. Focusing on life science and digital companies, CincyTech acts as a trusted partner for high potential technology companies in Southwest Ohio.

Flashstarts: Flashstarts is a Cleveland-based business startup accelerator, consultancy, and venture fund focused on unique and innovative uses of software and technology. Through their 12-week accelerator program, companies will work through rapid cycles of feedback and iteration, receive guidance from dedicated coaches and mentors, and more.

Hillman Accelerator: Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, the Hillman Accelerator was built specifically to attract and accelerate tech companies founded by women and minorities. This 4-month program provides entrepreneurs with seed investments, mentoring, business strategy cultivation, and more.

I-Corps@Ohio: The I-Corps@Ohio program provides Ohio faculty with hands-on training to help accelerate the commercialization of Ohio’s University-based technologies. Some of the resources provided include education, exposure to experienced professionals, and market validation research.

JumpStart, Inc.: This non-profit accelerator works to foster entrepreneurs, build ecosystems, and impact economies. Through their program, they are able to provide high-impact assistance to diverse entrepreneurs and small business owners on a personal level.

North Coast Angel Fund: North Coast Angel Fund works to accelerate technology startup success and improve the state of early-stage funding in Ohio. By creating a more effective and accessible investing community, entrepreneurs can reach capital and achieve growth.

Ocean: Ocean is an independent business accelerator located in Cincinnati, Ohio that is uniquely faith backed, focused on building into the founder. Each startup receives a $50,000 seed investment, mentorship, and 20 weeks of curriculum focused on spring boarding their company into the marketplace.

Queen City Angels (QCA): This group of experienced entrepreneurs, CEOs, and investors are committed to helping grow the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Cincinnati, Ohio. Some of the services that QCA provides startups include mentoring, coaching, and funding.

River Cities Capital Funds: River Cities Capital Funds provides high-potential healthcare and IT companies with growth equity and business acumen. Being one of the most active and experienced growth equity funds in healthcare and IT, they currently have nearly $500M under management and more than 100 investments made.

TechGrowth Ohio: TechGrowth Ohio works with startups in Athens, Ohio and the surrounding areas to help validate opportunities and prepare companies for investment. Their access to experts, alignment of resources to accelerate commercialization, and more help them create an ecosystem for growth.

The Brandery: The Brandery is an accelerator focusing on digitally native, full stack products, including Consumer Packaged Goods providing mentorship, partnership opportunities and introductions in Cincinnati, Ohio. Beyond these services, The Brandery also provides small businesses, entrepreneurs, and startups $50K in funding.

UpTech: This nationally ranked tech accelerator program focuses on data-driven startups that are developing tech-enabled solutions. UpTech selects up to 10 startups annually to go through the 6-month accelerator program driven by intensive entrepreneurship education, one-on-one mentoring, up to a $50,000 seed investment, and extensive community involvement.

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