Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Enquirer.
Written by Emilie Eaton.
Keith Schneider began working for ezone, a division of Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corp. that provides resources for tech-oriented businesses, in 2007. Soon after, he realized there was a missing component in the accelerator world.
Frequently, entrepreneurs came into Covington-based ezone with non-tech related questions. Schneider and his colleagues would point those entrepreneurs to other resources, but there wasn’t an organization to make sure the entrepreneurs were connected.
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Originally published September 9, 2015.