We think you should read more in 2021, and we can help. By giving you a rundown and key takeaways from what we feel are the most relevant books to founders and tech entrepreneurs, SPN’s Bookworthy series will help you decide which recent titles are worth your time and attention. Speaking of attention, the first…Read More
This is part two of our series on the opportunities remote work has brought to Midwest tech workers. Read part one here. Nebraska’s workforce has an approximately 50/50 split between occupations that can easily move remote or online, and more hands-on roles, says Josie Schafer, Ph.D., director of UNO’s Center for Public Affairs. The latter…Read More
There’s no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic upended the way millions of Americans work. But how has the shift to remote work seen in some industries affected the Midwest? For three local tech workers, it’s provided the opportunity for them to work for coastal startups and tech companies while remaining in Omaha. Researchers such as…Read More
We have yet to meet anyone who wishes this year would last longer. From COVID-19 to civil unrest to political and economic turmoil, 2020 brought us a number of challenges and tragedies beyond the scope of this article. If there’s a silver lining, it’s that December is almost over. So while it might seem premature…Read More
Dwolla founder and CEO Ben Milne took the stage at Sibos in Boston Tuesday morning and announced that the company has raised $9.7 million in funding led by strategic investor, the CME Group.Read More
(Guest post by Derian Baugh) It’s been said that it takes money to make money, however, this begs the question: How do you make money if you don’t have any?
There are several books and articles written on the subject of customer validation, grassroots marketing, lean startup principles and harnessing a business model that will propel your company to success. I’ll try my best not to regurgitate those things here, but I will tell you how we got Men’s Style Lab off the ground…Read More
AIM, a nonprofit dedicated to furthering tech in the community, is sponsoring a “Build the Pipeline” mixer co-hosted by Interface Web School and Omaha Code School to introduce students, grads and staff of both programs to the corporate tech community, community leaders and others in the community.Read More
(Guest post by AJ Nelson) Running a startup is pretty insane when you don’t have money. You really are forced to focus on what matters.
It’s not spending money on Facebook ads, Google AdWords, mobile app install ads, outsourced firms, email marketing—it’s none of that. There’s no silver bullet here that is going to build you a great company…Read More
AIM, a Nebraska nonprofit dedicated to furthering tech, is seeking nominations for its Tech Celebration awards in six categories: tech student, tech educator, tech innovator, tech leader, exemplary emerging business and exemplary enterprise business.Read More
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.