VentureOhio’s Falon Donohue talked about Ohio’s incredibly strong entrepreneurial spirit in the PBS film, “As Ohio Goes…”

Don’t forget to nominate your favorite startup, founder or VC for a Crunchie award, presented by TechCrunch.

NPR featured Columbus and its diversified economy as part of its A Nation Engaged series.

Read why companies can start up, scale up and succeed in Ohio.

DOmedia is the fastest-growing company in Central Ohio according to Columbus Business First’s Fast 50 list.

The state of Ohio has received a top rating from the Center for Digital Government for how it uses technology to increase government efficiency.

Missed Rev1’s Demo Day? You can see the full replay here.

In a partnership with Nashville’s Aloompa, Cincinnati startup Lisnr will be using its technology to enhance live events like Coachella, X Games and Bonaroo.

Dayton Startup Week emphasized the importance of mentorship and community support for people trying to succeed in the startup world.

Komae, the Akron-based babysitting app, is progressing through pitch competitions.

Techstars has selected Cincinnati’s Losant was accepted into the first class for its top-ranked New York-based internet of things accelerator.

GeekWire discussed why startup hubs outside Silicon Valley are built to last.

Jumpstart Inc.’s Ray Leach discusses how venture capital is building a more inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Check out why Healthy Roster Inc.’s Nathan Heerdt jumped back into startups after working for someone else.

Cintrifuse CEO, Wendy Lea wrote why now Cincinnati’s moment in the startup spotlight.

Easy Peasy Ticketing LLC, a Columbus startup that was founded this year, aims to live up to its name – giving venues and event managers direct control over their online box offices.