Inno Under 25: How Tom Herner’s startup pays tribute to Dayton’s entrepreneurial legacy


It was five years ago when Tom Herner first teamed up with some entrepreneurial-minded friends to develop a product.

Their first idea didn’t pan out. The second one didn’t, either.

The third was a hit: A user-friendly municipal database, called LawKeeper, that makes it easier for cities to store and share their codices.

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Story excerpt provided by Dayton Inno.

Written by Jacob Fisher.

Originally published September 21, 2021.

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