City brings entrepreneurs together


The city of Delaware’s first “Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering” brought more than 50 people together to hear pitches from three local entrepreneurs at Ohio Wesleyan University Jan. 19, 2016. The goal of the gathering is to have an organized attempt to build community among entrepreneurs in Delaware County. The next gathering will take place on March 16.

The city of Delaware’s first “Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering” brought more than 50 people together to hear pitches from three local entrepreneurs at Ohio Wesleyan University Jan. 19, 2016. The goal of the gathering is to have an organized attempt to build community among entrepreneurs in Delaware County. The next gathering will take place on March 16.


Brandon Klein | The Gazette

J. Kay Coughlin of Donor Relations Mindset, center, coordinates a Q&A session with Chris Baker of F-Body Nationals and Cubic Inch Studio at the the city of Delaware’s first “Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering” on Jan. 19.


Brandon Klein | The Gazette

Zach Price of Triad Architects presents concept drawings of Delaware’s entrepreneurial center. City Economic Development Director Sean Hughes Thursday said the old Delaware Gazette building on William Street and a portion the Willis Intermediate School are being considered to host the facility that would provide shared space and resources for entrepreneurs.


Brandon Klein | The Gazette

The city of Delaware’s first “Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering” brought more than 50 people together to hear pitches from three local entrepreneurs at Ohio Wesleyan University Jan. 19, 2016. The goal of the gathering is to have an organized attempt to build community among entrepreneurs in Delaware County. The next gathering will take place on March 16.

J. Kay Coughlin of Donor Relations Mindset, center, coordinates a Q&A session with Chris Baker of F-Body Nationals and Cubic Inch Studio at the the city of Delaware’s first “Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering” on Jan. 19.

Zach Price of Triad Architects presents concept drawings of Delaware’s entrepreneurial center. City Economic Development Director Sean Hughes Thursday said the old Delaware Gazette building on William Street and a portion the Willis Intermediate School are being considered to host the facility that would provide shared space and resources for entrepreneurs.

The city of Delaware’s first “Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering” brought more than 50 people together to hear pitches from three local entrepreneurs at Ohio Wesleyan University Jan. 19, 2016. The goal of the gathering is to have an organized attempt to build community among entrepreneurs in Delaware County. The next gathering will take place on March 16.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/01/web1_DSC_0065.jpgThe city of Delaware’s first “Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering” brought more than 50 people together to hear pitches from three local entrepreneurs at Ohio Wesleyan University Jan. 19, 2016. The goal of the gathering is to have an organized attempt to build community among entrepreneurs in Delaware County. The next gathering will take place on March 16. Brandon Klein | The Gazette

J. Kay Coughlin of Donor Relations Mindset, center, coordinates a Q&A session with Chris Baker of F-Body Nationals and Cubic Inch Studio at the the city of Delaware’s first “Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering” on Jan. 19.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/01/web1_DSC_0106.jpgJ. Kay Coughlin of Donor Relations Mindset, center, coordinates a Q&A session with Chris Baker of F-Body Nationals and Cubic Inch Studio at the the city of Delaware’s first “Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering” on Jan. 19. Brandon Klein | The Gazette

Zach Price of Triad Architects presents concept drawings of Delaware’s entrepreneurial center. City Economic Development Director Sean Hughes Thursday said the old Delaware Gazette building on William Street and a portion the Willis Intermediate School are being considered to host the facility that would provide shared space and resources for entrepreneurs.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/01/web1_DSC_0134.jpgZach Price of Triad Architects presents concept drawings of Delaware’s entrepreneurial center. City Economic Development Director Sean Hughes Thursday said the old Delaware Gazette building on William Street and a portion the Willis Intermediate School are being considered to host the facility that would provide shared space and resources for entrepreneurs. Brandon Klein | The Gazette