Omaha-based Grain & Mortar created a holiday-themed “thank you” for the University of Nebraska.
Every Monday Silicon Prairie News’ editorial team will share some of the interesting regional content we’ve read as well as SPN’s most-read stories into a weekly recap.
SPN’s most-read stories from last week
- “Men’s Style Lab announces $1.85M angel investment, launches new site” by Megan Bannister (12/1)
- “The next step in Jeff Slobotski’s journey: Router Ventures” by Jeff Slobotski (12/5)
- “What tools are Silicon Prairie entrepreneurs most thankful for?” by SPN Newsroom (11/27)
- “UNO CEO club takes home four awards at national conference” by Anna Hensel (12/2)
- “4 success strategies every female entrepreneur should know” by Megan Bannister (11/26)
- Ames-based Workiva is prepping for its IPO, which the Des Moines Register reports could earn the company $93.6 million to $108 million. — Des Moines Register
- Last week Dwolla launched a new app for iOS, Android and Windows devices. — Dwolla Blog
- Nominations for the 2015 Prometheus Awards are open now through Monday, Jan. 19, 2015. — Technology Association of Iowa
- LittleHoots launched an Indiegogo campaign to help create an Android version of its app. — Indiegogo
- Find out what’s happening around Kansas City with FWD KC. — FWD KC
- Applications are now open for NMotion’s summer 2015 accelerator class. — NMotion
- Omaha’s Grain & Mortar created some fun, holiday-themed graphics for the University of Nebraska. — Grain & Mortar