Welcome to the July 2018 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 21 No. 7

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

Special Sections:

• Retirement & Senior Issues

• Architecture

• Small Business

Sunseo Omega 3 plans expansion into global marketplace
by David Kubicek

Earlier this year, South Korea-based agri- cultural 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.

Powderhook pivots, focuses app on peer-to-peer relationships
by Dwain Hebda

Lincoln-based app developer Powder- hook 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.

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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