Driving the Cbus
Featuring insights from individual contributors from all corners, nooks and crannies of the Columbus, Ohio, region, Scott McComb, Chairman & CEO of Heartland Bank, has a goal to get to the why of our evolving and eclectic environment. Check back often for updates to the list of the latest interviews with some of the area's most interesting individuals who are 'Driving the Cbus'!
Grove City Mayor Richard "Ike" Stage began the annual state of the City Breakfast May 2, 2019 by reviewing achievements he described as "what we should know about Grove City." In this episode, Scott talks to Ike about his achievements, the city's achievements, and what he sees for the future of the city.
Brent Crawford is the Principal & Founder at Crawford Hoying. He sits down with Scott to talk about how he started, and the most recent developments they have been instrumental in overseeing, including great projects around the state of Ohio!
Scott welcomes Zach Woodruff, Director of Development and Public Service for the City of Whitehall, Ohio, to today's show. Zach was instrumental in bringing Heartland Bank to the Whitehall community and has focused his development efforts on job growth and expansion.
Joel Riley, 610 WTVN, steps up to the mic on this episode of Driving the Cbus to talk us through his lifelong career in radio and his perspective of the growing metropolis that is Columbus.
Scott sits down with Kenny McDonald, Chief Economic Officer of Columbus 2020 to talk about where Columbus has been and where it is going - possibly at hyperloop speed.
On this episode of Driving the Cbus, Scott is joined by Bea Wolper, President of Emens & Wolper Law Firm, Columbus, Ohio, to discuss the do's and don't's of passing the family business down to the next generation.
Randy Malloy, owner of CD 102.5, sits down with Scott to share his insights on independent radio, and how it has rocked the Columbus music scene since 1990.
Kip Morse, President & CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Central Ohio, joins Scott to discuss the consumer experience in Columbus as well as the importance of business ethics in the city.
Scott welcomes to the show Executive Director of the Greater Columbus Sports Commission, Linda Logan, to discuss why Columbus remains a top competitor in the world of sports