New to the Big Omaha 2017 schedule is the Startup Crawl sponsored by Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development. The Startup Crawls are lunchtime networking opportunities that introduce attendees to up-and-coming Silicon Prairie startups.
Attendees will enjoy first-class cuisine from some of Omaha’s best chefs and finest restaurants while they move from table to table meeting with startups to discuss and share ideas and insights. The startups, in turn, will get to meet one-on-one with the Big Omaha audience, including investors, other founders, tech talent and creative talent from the community.
Each day will feature a different group of startups. A few of the participating startups include:
ScoutSheet ScoutSheet is the first software tool to use relationship mapping for sales prospecting. Instead of spending countless hours searching for customers, ScoutSheet uses the people you know to help find the people you need to know.
DealAnyDay helps businesses make money by helping people save money. In 28 cities and counting, DealAnyDay offers the only list of location-based, non-coupon specials.
LifeLoop is a platform for senior living communities that connects residents, families, and coworkers.
Decision Logic is a restaurant management software that gives operators visibility into real-time company performance to reduce food and labor costs and increase company profitability by 2-4%.
LeverageRx is an online lending and insurance marketplace for doctors.
Lean Media, Inc. is a platform dedicated improving online media buying for agribusinesses.
MarbleSpark makes mind blowing personalized children’s books that create shared moments of magic, spark and connection.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed with life when you don’t have a system to keep track of it all. Mia Ellsworth & Co. designs calendars and notebooks which utilize psychology to reflect how your brain organizes things.
For more information on participating in the Startup Crawl, contact Dave Vankat at email@example.com.
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