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Kansas City Startup launches grass-fed beef delivery services

20 October, 2017

Kansas City-based River Watch Beef recently announced an expansion of their regional delivery service to include all 48 contiguous states. Chris Kovac, founder of the food startup, said that beef and commodity markets can be hard to anticipate so to solve that problem, the company takes their product directly to consumers. “Our goal at River...

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Class Intercom educates students on business-oriented social media

16 October, 2017

Ben Pankonin has built a company to help financial institutions securely leverage social media. Taylor Siebert has built a company that supports live-stream video for high schools. They have joined forces to co-found Class Intercom, a secure platform to engage students in telling their school’s story through social media. “Who writes the school newspaper? Students,”...

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Appsky Labs builds apps, supports other small businesses

13 October, 2017

When Appsky Labs founder Taylor Korensky graduated from UNOmaha’s IT Innovation Program in 2016, he was already freelancing in iOS development. “A lot of that program focuses on business development, product development, and the technical side of things,” said Korensky. “Through that program, I really found a passion for mobile development and spun my career...

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Johego improves social service access in Missouri’s communities

12 October, 2017

Michael Kehoe recognized a gap in the social enterprise space while attending church one Sunday morning. “I decided to stick around for free donuts and coffee after church […] and I observed an elderly gentleman approach a very haggard stranger and patiently inquire about the stranger’s needs,” said Kehoe. “By memory, he directed him to...

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ISoft Data Systems and Presage Analytics replace paper-based data processes

11 October, 2017

Like many entrepreneurs, Matthew Wegener saw a business problem first-hand and set out to solve it. “I came to Lincoln to study electrical engineering at UNL and got a job at a salvage yard,” said Wegener, CEO of Lincoln-based ISoft Data Systems and Presage Analytics. “They didn’t have any software to track parts, so I...

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