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Thu May 2 – Had phone meeting with New Albany resident John Choi, a founder and General Manager ofWillowWorks, a family-operated fund that invests in technology focused startups. Explained the mission and programs of Innovate New Albany. Invited John to come for an on-site visit and to participate in our TIGER Events.
Thu May 2 – Hosted entrepreneur Bryce Kurfees, one of the co-founders of Ring Digital, a scalable tech startup in the targeted digital advertising space. Explained the mission and office setup at Innovate New Albany. Provided a tour. Offered an office that had recently come open to Bryce and his founding team. For now, the founders have decided to operate without any fixed office space.
Tue May 7 – Met with New Albany resident Ron Savoia, Founder of technology consulting firm Stratus Innovations, a provider of cloud-based IT solutions and services. Ron’s business partner Dan Shea also participated in our meeting. Ron and Dan are aiming to convert their company to scalable product company and, given that plan, they are interested in taking office space at Innovate New Albany. Explained the mission and office setup at Innovate New Albany. Provided a tour. Explained that we did not currently have a private office available for them, but that we could offer a cubicle or virtual residency for now and then an opportunity to take an office when something opens up. They agreed to that plan and Stratus is now a virtual resident company.
Wed May 8 – Attended “Managing for Total Innovation: Behaviors, Tools, and Communication for Innovation Success. Event was hosted by The Ohio State University Center for Innovation Strategies. Workshop session was led by members of the Nationwide Financial innovation team. Introduced myself and Innovate New Albany to members of the Nationwide team including Bobbi Jo Allan, Jenny Young, and Andrea Drennen. All expressed interest in learning more about Innovate New Albany and getting their team involved in our TIGER Events.
Mon May 13 – Referral from Heather Harmon of Rev1 Ventures: Had phone meeting with California resident Ben Madick, Founder of Matic, a digital insurance agency whose technology enables borrowers to purchase homeowner’s insurance during the home mortgage transaction. Matic is currently operating with about 50 employees in downtown Columbus at Miranova Place where they have been for about 1 year. They plan to expand to about 100 employees soon and to accommodate this planned growth they are considering various locations around Central Ohio, including New Albany. Told Ben about all office options I was aware of and specifically encouraged him to contact The New Albany Company (Dick Roggenkamp) to learn about opportunities they are working on that might fit.
Wed May 22 – Hosted Entrepreneur Cory D. Bailey, Co-Founder & President at SecurSpace, an online marketplace that connects companies looking for truck parking/storage options to those with excess capacity. Explained the mission and office setup at Innovate New Albany. Provided a tour. Explained that we did not currently have a private office available for him, but that we could offer a cubicle or virtual residency for now and then an opportunity to take an office when something opens up.