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

Executive Travel bucks trends en route to substantial growth
by Dwain Hebda
When Paul Glenn took over the reins of Lincoln-based Executive Travel in February as CEO, he stepped to the helm of a family business in an industry of which was predicted to reach its demise decades ago. The internet, experts opined, would sound the death-knell of travel companies as consumers would be able to plat their own travel adventures directly with airlines and destinations.
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3 Daughters Boutique works to empower women, reach more clientele online
by Gabby Christensen
As a lover of all things fashion, Stephanie Johnson pursued her dream of opening her own clothing boutique, 3 Daughters Boutique, in April of 2016 with the idea to cater to three generations of women.
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Nebraska Craft Brewers Guild eyes boom for local craft beer industry
by Dwain Hebda
Nebraska’s craft beer industry has enjoyed brisk growth over the past decade, but according to the leader of the state industry’s trade group, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
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Briefs in this week's issue

Swanson Russell promotes Bock, Duensing, Koenig, Murphy, O’Malley, Orr, Stephan, Woodard in Lincoln, Omaha offices

Lincoln Community Foundation hires Herink to lead strategic partnerships

Olsson hires Claussen to succeed Korell as local business consultant

Cornhusker Bank promotes Nuismer to chief credit officer

Pinnacle Bank promotes Laflin to Lincoln market president

HTI Plastics appoints Staples to its director of quality role

ExecutiveTravel selects Paul Glenn to succeed Steve Glenn, elevates La Peer

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