AIM HDC (Heartland Developers Conference) is a 3-day software development event on September 6-8, 2017 for tech professionals, consisting of hands-on workshops, keynotes and other speakers, breakout sessions and networking events. SPN recapped a few of the impressive men and women that you can look forward to hearing from at this year’s AIM HDC.developer development Hudl lead mobile session team technologies Windows works
Last November, SPN profiled Phynd Technologies, a healthcare data management startup based in Dallas and Kearney, Nebraska.
Last quarter, Phynd launched a consumer-facing module called Phynd a Doc that leverages the integrated provider database with search functionality.Dallas data healthcare Hospital Kearney management Nebraska Phynd provider White
Last week’s 5th annual NMotion Demo Day at the Rococo Theater in Lincoln was a thrilling introduction to the 5 startups that just completed the 100 day accelerator program.
The evening began with an intro from NMotion Managing Director Beth McKeon and a thanks to representatives from startup heavy-hitters Hudl, Zilliow, Nelnet, Opendorse and Bulu Box for participating in the programming.business companies fyiio NMotion Notable customers patients startup tutorial Utilize video
On Christmas Eve of 2015, Kim Perkins was helping to unpack a moving truck that had just brought her family from California to Omaha.
Earlier in 2015, Perkins was working as the Chief Product Officer and Business Development lead at C1X, and Lorenzo was running Ad Operations while working on his MBA.C1X entrepreneurs husband Lorenzo Memosnag Omaha Perkins Polacco startup working
PowerPost, an automated marketing software company headquartered out of St. Louis, announced last week that it had acquired Social Media Beast, one of Chicago, Illinois’ premier content marketing agencies.
The acquisition is the third large transaction for PowerPost within the last 18 months and will add nearly 100 new clients to PowerPost, in addition to increasing their pool of brand journalists and content writers.brand Chicago content Curran journalists Louis marketing PowerPost software St
Startups often find it challenging to convince traditional lenders to invest in their companies.
Catalyst is best known for its meeting and conference space in Lincoln’s Haymarket District, available for use free of charge by startups and entrepreneurs.bank catalyst Dinger entrepreneurs initiative Lincoln Mabbutt small startup union
The Startup Collaborative, a program of Greater Omaha Chamber, is working to radically improve the odds of startup success. The Omaha-based acellerator is doing great things, building and launching the next wave of startups in the community, and SPN wants to help champion their successes and innovations.Alex crisis data fitness healthcare judges neighborhood startup team Tour
AIM HDC (Heartland Developers Conference) is a 3-day software development event on September 6-8, 2017 for tech professionals, consisting of hands-on workshops, keynotes and other speakers, breakout sessions and networking events.
SPN caught up with Chad Michel, Software Architect at Don’t Panic Labs, to get his take on who should consider attending a few of the HDC workshops.application blockchain business Chad data developers react software talk workshop
Silicon Prairie News, in cooperation with the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development and NMotion, is proud to announce the OMA/LNK Startup Bus to shuttle community supporters from Omaha to Lincoln for the NMotion Demo Day on Thursday, August 10th.
SPN’s recent State of the Silicon Prairie Report recommended that the Lincoln and Omaha startup communities join forces to foster stronger collaboration.bus demo Lincoln news NMotion Omaha Prairie Rourke Silicon startup
The GIA was started by the Greater Des Moines Partnership in 2014 as a startup accelerator focused on driving innovation in the insurance industry. The GIA is one of 18 finalists and is the only finalist from the U.S.
The accelerator is being recognized as a collaborative solution that helps drive innovation in a worldwide industry that has a heavy presence in Greater Des Moines.accelerator Des GIA greater industry innovation insurance Moines mutual Omaha
SafetyNet, a Madison, Wisconsin-based insurance tech startup, is hoping to solve a problem that plagues nearly half of all Americans.
The team at SafetyNet talked to thousands of people across the country and asked them about their financial security to find out how they get through hardships when it comes to money.consumers data Greene insurance policies product SafetyNet security startup Wisconsin
Farmers have to be as efficient as possible, to help compensate for the things that are harder to control. The Sunnydale, CA., startup WISRAN is looking to boost efficiency for farmers 2-5 percent and is part of the inaugural cohort for the Iowa Agritech Accelerator.accelerator efficiency equipment farmers Iowa Lodhi small software things WISRAN
MultiMechanics, an Omaha startup and leading developer of virtual testing software designed to help companies reduce physical prototyping and testing, has announced it raised $1.9 million in new financing, with investments from Solvay Ventures, Anzu Partners, and Invest Nebraska.
MultiMechanics provides Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) solutions to help companies optimize the design and manufacturing process of innovative products.Anzu companies Engineering financing MultiMechanics Nebraska Partners Solvay testing venture
For the first time in its 118 year history, a woman became the national president of industry group Federated Farmers of New Zealand.
They are comfortable leading projects with long-term time frames and intergenerational challenges.agricultural AgTech industry leadership leading pipeline position programs women Zealand
In 2011 state-by-state ranking, Nebraska came in dead last in venture capital deals with exactly zero. Their capital base is supplemented by philanthropy and partnerships with other venture capital organizations, and they work across the state in communities like Hastings and Norfolk as well as Omaha and Lincoln.BIA business capital development economic investment Lincoln Nebraska partnership startup