Entrepreneurs gather in March


Travis Ries of Above the Light Drone Aviation in Delaware County gives a pitch for his business at the second Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering on March 23.

Travis Ries of Above the Light Drone Aviation in Delaware County gives a pitch for his business at the second Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering on March 23.


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Robb Morgan, a pastor at Delaware Vineyard Church, pitches a concept business to be located at the former Buehler’s Fresh Foods grocery store on West Central Avenue at the Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering on March 23. The Delaware Collective would be similar to the North Market in Columbus by providing space for merchants. It would also provide kitchen space for chefs and co-working space for entrepreneurs and professionals. Morgan said he’s had early discussions with representatives for Buehler’s and is in search of investors.


The Gazette

Resident John Lewis tries out the prototype headphones designed by Earstorms. Gil Ford started the company and said his headphones are designed to be light, affordable and provide quality audio. He’s been featured in Vogue magazine. He plans to start a crowd funding campaign for his business.


The Gazette

Travis Ries of Above the Light Drone Aviation in Delaware County gives a pitch for his business at the second Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering on March 23.

Robb Morgan, a pastor at Delaware Vineyard Church, pitches a concept business to be located at the former Buehler’s Fresh Foods grocery store on West Central Avenue at the Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering on March 23. The Delaware Collective would be similar to the North Market in Columbus by providing space for merchants. It would also provide kitchen space for chefs and co-working space for entrepreneurs and professionals. Morgan said he’s had early discussions with representatives for Buehler’s and is in search of investors.

Resident John Lewis tries out the prototype headphones designed by Earstorms. Gil Ford started the company and said his headphones are designed to be light, affordable and provide quality audio. He’s been featured in Vogue magazine. He plans to start a crowd funding campaign for his business.

Travis Ries of Above the Light Drone Aviation in Delaware County gives a pitch for his business at the second Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering on March 23.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/03/web1_DSC_0069.jpgTravis Ries of Above the Light Drone Aviation in Delaware County gives a pitch for his business at the second Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering on March 23. The Gazette

Robb Morgan, a pastor at Delaware Vineyard Church, pitches a concept business to be located at the former Buehler’s Fresh Foods grocery store on West Central Avenue at the Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering on March 23. The Delaware Collective would be similar to the North Market in Columbus by providing space for merchants. It would also provide kitchen space for chefs and co-working space for entrepreneurs and professionals. Morgan said he’s had early discussions with representatives for Buehler’s and is in search of investors.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/03/web1_DSC_0083.jpgRobb Morgan, a pastor at Delaware Vineyard Church, pitches a concept business to be located at the former Buehler’s Fresh Foods grocery store on West Central Avenue at the Delaware Does Entrepreneur Gathering on March 23. The Delaware Collective would be similar to the North Market in Columbus by providing space for merchants. It would also provide kitchen space for chefs and co-working space for entrepreneurs and professionals. Morgan said he’s had early discussions with representatives for Buehler’s and is in search of investors. The Gazette

Resident John Lewis tries out the prototype headphones designed by Earstorms. Gil Ford started the company and said his headphones are designed to be light, affordable and provide quality audio. He’s been featured in Vogue magazine. He plans to start a crowd funding campaign for his business.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/03/web1_DSC_0124.jpgResident John Lewis tries out the prototype headphones designed by Earstorms. Gil Ford started the company and said his headphones are designed to be light, affordable and provide quality audio. He’s been featured in Vogue magazine. He plans to start a crowd funding campaign for his business. The Gazette