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New Lincoln Business is Writing a Script for Success

Photo Credit: Brittany Wren Written by Nick Schinker   Finding the right words can be difficult for even a professional writer, but it can be an even greater challenge to find the right market for your own freelance writing business. Brittany Wren has faced both challenges and many more on a daily basis as...

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SourceLink Nebraska’s First Year Brings Hundreds of Businesses, Resources Together

Photo Credit: NBDC Written by Nick Schinker   Since rolling out its welcome mat one year ago, SourceLink Nebraska has been connecting entrepreneurs, business hopefuls, and business owners with specific resources to help establish and expand their companies, and extending its impact by putting skilled “network navigators” into the community to increase accessibility. Scott Asmus, SourceLink...

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Beeso Studio is a Full-Service Partner for Startups

Photo Credit: Alan Martinez & John Bunting Written by Nick Schinker   Technology startup founders who want to launch and scale their new businesses have an ally in Omaha-based Beeso Studio and its array of services including software development, operations, marketing, sales, and fundraising. Prior to relocating to Omaha to work in IT consulting,...

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Event Vesta Puts Fun, Networking in Easy View

Photo Credit: Alan Martinez & Andrew Prystai Written by Nick Schinker Shining a spotlight on local events and bringing people together is the driving force behind Event Vesta, an online service founded by co-founders Andrew Prystai and Billy Martin. “We were inspired to start Event Vesta due to my time on the Greater...

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Chuckaboo Station – Unique Business Builds a Following in Rural Nebraska

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Chuckaboo Station Written by Nick Schinker A family-owned small business that has found success by selling coffees, beverages and bakery items as well as handcrafted candles in rural Nebraska is working to expand its offerings and its customer base. Chuckaboo Station, named for a Victorian term of endearment given...

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