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

Sunseo Omega 3 plans expansion into global marketplace
by David Kubicek

Earlier this year, South Korea-based agricultural corporation Green Grass — known as Sunseo Omega 3 in the U.S. — opened an office at UNL ’ s Innovation Campus in Lincoln, a bold move designed to bring its products to the world marketplace.
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Powderhook pivots, focuses app on peer-to-peer relationships
by Dwain Hebda

Lincoln-based app developer Powderhook came out of the gates fast, landing Outdoor Life Magazine’s 2014 Open Country Corporate A ward mere months after the company launched. The time since can be described as a period of refinement in positioning its namesake app for maximum impact in a potentially massive market.
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Lincoln orthopedic practice offers cryotherapy procedure
by Dwain Hebda

A Lincoln orthopedic practice, Strasburger Orthopaedics, is on the cutting edge of pain management having introduced iovera, an alternative treatment for post-operative pain. The procedure uses cryotherapy to help patients come through an operation with less pain.
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Briefs in this week's issue

Celebrity Staff Lincoln taps Randazzo as branch manager

Blueprint Nebraska selects Smith as executive director

Husch Blackwell Strategies selects Mallett as principal

The Clayton Yeutter Institute names O’Donnell first director

Crosby Guenzel law firm adds Pease as new partner in Lincoln

Hilgers Graben selects Tanner

SAC Federal Credit Union hires Volcek to lead Lincoln branch

Pinnacle Bank selects Jensen as trust officer for the Lincoln market

Knott makes transition to Lutz office in Grand Island

Windstream-Lincoln promotes Frana to operations consultant

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