Welcome to the March 1, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 5

Briefs in this week's issue

Lutz adds Kaup, Galley, Harris and Bojanski as new employees

Swanson Russell appoints Dump, Legree to new posts in Lincoln

KidGlov adds Nullmeyer to firm

Wiechman, Pfeiffer promoted to partner for Lincoln’s HBE

BVH Architects hires Wieseman

Principal Financial Group adds Kamerzell to Great Plains center

Huffman Engineering hires Beck

Special Sections:

• Continue Your Education

• Construction and the Environment

Nebraska Book Co. combines century in textbooks with tech-based solutions
by Michelle Leach

Building upon a more than 100-year-old foundation in higher-education curriculum, Nebraska Book Co. is evolving with technologies that help independent college booksellers operate more efficiently and profitably, and through the likes of partnerships with technology-enabled collegiate content solutions provider, Sidewalk, and digital learning materials supplier, Redshelf.

New technologies helping small businesses stay more secure, engaging with customers
by Lee Nelson

The ever-changing world of technology has an impact on small businesses in all industries.

Lincoln’s Talent Plus focuses on development across industries
by Michelle Leach

While Talent Plus has established itself in the health care market with the acquisition of TalentMine and approaches like value-based purchasing, the Lincoln-based rm’s organic growth is increasingly “industry-agnostic” — across multiple industries — according to Kimberly Rath, chairman and co-founder.

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