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Ohio veteran receives $10K entrepreneurship award

Nick Ripplinger, founder of Dayton startup Battle Sight Technologies, was awarded the Disabled American Veterans’ Arthur H. and Mary E. Wilson Award last week. The award recognizes superior [...]

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Workout outdoors with new fitness startup Honey Active

Heather Allen has weights, jump ropes and a bluetooth speaker — and she’ll travel to a park near you. Heather is the founder of Honey Active, recently launched outdoor fitness startup. She leads [...]

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Vintage Toy shop coming to The Oregon District

Looking for that cool toy you remember from your childhood? Check out Mike’s Vintage Toys, coming soon to an Oregon District storefront. Mike Patterson launched his vintage toy store online about [...]

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Meet the entrepreneur opening a boutique workout studio downtown

Looking for a quick, efficient group workout downtown? Lindsey Deck wants her new workout studio to be just the spot. Lindsey is building out a boutique fitness studio in the St. Clair Lofts with [...]

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Dayton woman launches social media management co

Need a social media guru for your small business? Taylor Hudson is your woman. Taylor launched her company, Taylored Social, on July 1. Taylored Social is a small business social media management [...]

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Dayton entrepreneurs to launch startup in 24 hours

Noah Bragg and Drew Bidlen are going to launch a startup in 24 hours — and they’re going to do it live. “Sometimes the best way to figure out if an idea will work is to launch [...]

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Good news roundup July 2019: Celebrate with these area entrepreneurs!

In this new monthly feature, we’re celebrating milestones big and small with our entrepreneurs and founders! See what our awesome startups have been up to this month, in no particular order: [...]

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Dayton syringe co named most promising startup

Dayton startup True Concepts Medical, brainchild of Mick Hopkins, has been named 2019’s most promising startup by the Quality & Safety Education for Nurses International Forum. Mick has [...]

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Dayton-based Tempagenix thermometers hitting store shelves

Dayton medtech startup Tempagenix has developed Temp-N-Toss, a paper thermometer that will read a temperature in 15 seconds or less, and will continue to read the temperature for up to 48 hours. [...]

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Battle Sight Tech gearing up to launch suite of new products

As Dayton startup Battle Sight Technologies approaches its second birthday, the company is preparing to launch a suite of new products to serve the warfighter, founder & president Nick [...]