“Basically, the idea came from graduating with a bunch of student loans,” said Osolinksi, 25, who graduated from Olentangy Liberty High School in 2012.
After graduating from Butler University in Indianapolis in 2015 with a degree in finance and entrepreneurship and loans of nearly $100,000, he joined M/I Homes, but he knew he also wanted to start a business.
So he moved back in with his parents, where he runs the business from their den in Powell.
Ryze links a user’s credit or debit card with about 150 national and local retailers.
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Story excerpt provided by The Columbus Dispatch.
Written by Mark Williams.
Originally published November 24, 2019.