Welcome to the June 15, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 12

Briefs in this week's issue

Cornhusker Bank hires Fischer, Hooper and Vitosh-Wallman

Huffman Engineering appoints Nelson, Gilg, Wythers to staff

Lutz names Japp to IT division

Union Bank & Trust promotes Henke to assistant VP position

Family Service of Lincoln adds Hoffman as executive director

HoriSun Hospice selects Arp, Sapp, Davenport for its team

West Gate selects Bartek as VP

Chief Construction hires Wissing

Special Sections:

• Health & Wellness

• Accounting

KidGlov projects 35 percent sales growth in 2017, opens Omaha office
by Michelle Leach

KidGlov, the branding and full-service marketing firm founded seven years ago around Lyn Wineman’s dining room table, expanded into a second suite at its Downtown Lincoln location and grew year-on-year sales in 2016 by 71 percent with clients locally, in Omaha and rural Nebraska, and on a national level.

Now shipping to 50 countries, International Propeller Service eyes next big markets
by Michelle Leach

Since the 2016 Nebraska Business Development Center Annual Report noted that International Propeller Service sold and overhauled parts for clients in 43 countries, the NBDC Export Business of the Year has already added another seven countries to that list.

Gomez Art Supply Store catering to UNL students
by Lee Nelson

Since doubling the space of Gomez Art Supply in Lincoln six years ago, owner Peggy Gomez has continually grown its inventory. She also opened up a space in a loft inside the store called The Glove Box Collective. It offers handmade prints such as handmade stickers, patches, journals, cards and framed linoleum cuts and screen prints.

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