Welcome to the January 2018 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 21 No. 1

Briefs in this week's issue

Cornhusker Bank promotes Brase

Infogressive promotes Lantz, adds Osborn, Luby to staff

DLR Group appoints Hughes, Siedhoff, Wolfe in Lincoln

Five Nines appoints Pulverenti

West Gate appoints Brashear, Romero to banking positions

Lutz adds Berozi to M&A team

CFF-Nebraska selects Quenaud as its new executive director

Special Sections:

• 2018 Business Annual/Preview

• Technology
 

Lincoln’s Pure & Secure brings safe, secure water to points around the globe
by Dwain Hebda

There aren’t many markets for clean water where Lincoln’s Pure & Secure doesn’t have a presence. The 33-year-old company, launched as Pure Water in 1984 and rebranded in 2004, manufactures water distillers for residential and commercial purposes, laboratories and institutions.


402 Creamery offers handmade, hand packed ice cream
by Lee Nelson

Tyler Mannix admits he started an ice cream business at the wrong time of year — right after the summer ended. But he hopes to get as much momentum for (402) Creamery before the start of spring and summer of 2018.


Rabbit Hole Bakery attracts customers from early morning to late at night
by Lee Nelson

It’s been more than a year since The Rabbit Hole Bakery opened in Lincoln’s Haymarket and a steady flow of clientele has grown throughout the day and night.


Brynn’s Critters gets boost from student project
by Lee Nelson

Since opening in the spring 2016, the co-owners of Brynn’s Critters LLC in Lincoln feel the biggest challenge has been getting their name out into the public to garner more business.


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