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Columbus Just Keeps Winning

Columbus keeps earning awards and accolades. Here are highlights of some of the most recent and best.

May 22, 2018

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Marissa Perino

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Oct 16, 2018

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Time and time again, Columbus has popped up across the nation as a small but influential city in the midwest. In an online list from The Columbus Region, the city’s “most recent accolades” are linked, where visitors can read about what listings have recognized Columbus in the recent months. From top cities for start-ups to the best airport, below is our summary of Columbus most recent and important rankings.

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Top 10 U.S. cities for entrepreneurs and startups in 2018

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In a recent article published by Business.org, researchers analyzed the best places for starting a business. They emphasized that you can’t “throw a dart at a US map and expect overnight success,” and offered a list of cities that had a population of young adult dwellers, offered higher education, great local employment, affordable rent, and decent start-up surges.

Among popular cities like San Francisco, CA and Boston, MA, Columbus, OH made the ranks due to its “large, educated young adult population and solid numbers for start-up growth.” In addition, the Smart City grant of $277 million is set to boost the city’s infrastructure, where rent has remained affordable.  

Healthiest Counties in Ohio

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The County Health Rankings gathers information to “create healthier places to live, learn, work and play.” This past month, Columbus ranked highly on their list due to factors such as health behaviors, clinical care, and physical environment. These studies include details such as percentage of smokes, uninsured individuals, number of dentists and primary care physicians, poverty levels, and air and water pollution. After a full report, Columbus scored well, keeping it high on the list for top locations in the state.

Top companies for executive women

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Working Mother published a detailed list from the National Association for Female Executive (NAFE) which included cities where “37 percent of senior managers are women, while almost half of promotions to manager level and above go to women.” Among the long list includes companies housed in Columbus, making the city a great place for women to work.

Best airports in North America

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Along with business and health, Columbus has earned the accolade of having one of the best airports in North America in a list released by Airports Council International. Earning an Airport Serve Quality Award for “industry recognition of the best airports in the world”, Columbus Airport (CMH) tied for third place with other major airports such as Pittsburgh Airport (PIT) and Tampa Airport (TPA).

America’s hottest startup fast casuals

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Last but certainly not least, Columbus recently ranked on the the 40/40 List from QSR Magazine for best places to start a fast-casual eatery. This trend in dining has taken over many major cities, and Columbus is among them, including City Barbeque. The restaurant, cofounded by Kansas-native Rick Malir, has brought BBQ to a whopping “35 locations in 6 states”, advertising “backyard hospitality.” Along with City Barbeque, Piada Italian Street Food has made a claim in the Buckeye State, specializing in the Italian take on burritos, along with pastas and salads from their seasonal menus.

So what will Columbus be nominated for next? We would definitely rank it is as a great place to live and work. If you are looking to make a move in Columbus, we are here to help, contact an agent today!

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