Welcome to the July 15, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 14

Briefs in this week's issue

The Harry A. Koch Co. selects McMahon and Pettit in sales

Lutz appoints Jackson as COO

American Red Cross appoints Novacek to executive director

Leadership Resources appoints Garcia strategic growth specialist

Lincoln Industries selects Parker

Cline Williams selects Oldenburg

HDR’s Chairman, CEO Little to retire; Keen named successor

First State Bank Nebraska taps Lentfer as CEO, Kanger as EVP

Special Sections:

• Architecture

• Retirement & Senior Issues

The Cornhusker Hotel evolves with new initiatives, adds onsite honey production
by Michelle Leach

The Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel is evolving in its 90th decade with initiatives not traditionally associated with hospitality, from onsite honey production and artists-in-residence, to recruiting international and next-generation talent through partnerships with global organizations and Project Search.


Bugeater Foods looks to advance insects as food source
by Dwain Hebda

A Lincoln-based startup, Bugeater Foods, is proving that inspiration for the next big thing can come from anywhere, even a college student’s dinner.


Madonna gets boost with Omaha campus, out-of-state presence
by Michelle Leach

Traction toward Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals’ goal of becoming a national rehab center is reflected partially with its Omaha campus expansion and patients hailing from 45 states — as far away as Alaska.


Local professionals advise best practices for nancing business move, expansion
by David Kubicek

A business move or expansion can be expensive, including costs of leasehold im- provements, IT changes, new signage, new furniture and distractions that take time away from daily operations. Traditional bank loans can help with this cost, or if the borrower has less equity or collateral, Small Business Administration (SBA) guaranteed loans can be used.


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