Welcome to the March 2018 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.

GWorks acquires Omaha’s Data Technologies to deepen government services
by Michelle Leach
When Joseph “Joe” Heieck first acquired the company that would be branded as gWorks in 2015, the Lincoln-based firm served around 120 local government clients across three states. By the end of last year, gWorks had grown to serve 400 clients in 32 states. It’s growing by leaps and bounds again, with the acquisition of Omaha-based Data Technologies.
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Knots Kneaded relocates to larger space, rolls out esthetic services
by Michelle Leach
What started as rave reviews from former co-workers for Ariel Christensen’s shoulder massages has resulted in Knots Kneaded, a two-year-old massage and bodywork business operating out of a new location as of early February.
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Nebraska Book Co. nears completion of its 50,000-square-foot expansion
by David Kubicek
After several months of negotiations, Ne- braska Book Co. inked a deal in mid-August 2018 to assume Follett Higher Education Group’s wholesale business and become Follett’s primary provider of used textbooks. With that growth, the Lincoln-based firm picked up a few hundred new wholesale accounts and Follett’s 1,200-retail-store operation.
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Briefs in this week's issue

Lutz’s Lincoln office adds Morley as staff accountant

Girls Inc. of Lincoln selects Penas as operations director

UNANIMOUS hires Burney, Meyer

The Schemmer Associates hires Hind, senior architect in Lincoln

U.S. Bank Wealth Management in Lincoln adds Davis as manager

UBT elevates Davison, Turner, Howard to leadership positions

Pinnacle Bank promotes Jamrog

Cornhusker Bank promotes Biggs, Brase, Schaffer, Post and McGill

Merrick Medical Center selects Clark for president and CEO role

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