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Meissner: RaceNote needs credibility, face time for success in race world

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Founder Friday is a weekly guest post written by a founder who is based in or hails from the Silicon Prairie. Each month, a topic relevant to startups is presented and founders share lessons learned or best practices utilized on that topic. September's topic is how to market your startup without a full-time marketing department. About the author: Zach Meissner is the co-founder and COO of RaceNote, an Omaha-based software company that serves the motorsports industry.  read more

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Four Flywheel jobs, instructor at Nebraska Wesleyan & 31 more

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Every week, Silicon Prairie News presents opportunities in the region's tech, startup and creative community. From a contract job to a co-founder role, these jobs are submitted by companies and gathered from public postings. To submit a job listing for consideration (free), complete our job board submission form. To feature a job listing (paid), select the duration in the form. Positions submitted by noon each Thursday will be presented in Friday's weekly post. Contact editor [at] siliconprairienews [dot] com with questions.  read more

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The what, when and where of the Big KC parties you don’t want to miss

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Ready to get ramped up for Big KC and all our amazing speakers that come with it? Ready to let loose from all that energy after a day full of listening to speakers, sharing ideas and meeting with the region’s best and brightest? We’ve got you covered. You’re the Who, Big Kansas City is the Why - below you’ll find the What, When and Where about partying at Big KC 2014.  read more

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How Lyndsay Clark helped design Gravitate to be the community’s center

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(Guest post by Lyndsay Clark) In recent years, another buzzword has been added to our ever growing lexicon in the tech world: co-working. The idea of collaborative working was established in response to a frustration many experienced while working independently or remotely for an organization from their home or a coffee shop. These frustrations led them to form a space shared by other organizations with amenities similar to an office and exploded after people came to realize the value of working with like-minded people where spontaneous interactions could lead to new thoughts and ideas.  read more

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Big KC: Gary Shapiro champions tech through International CES, policy

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Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), is one of the greatest champions for innovation in the U.S. Don’t believe me? CEA represents more than 2,000 American technology companies, addressing policy issues while also providing market research, training, education, industry promotion, standards development and more. Additionally, Shapiro and his team own, produce and run the world’s largest innovation event: International CES.   read more

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