Welcome to the March 15, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 6

Briefs in this week's issue

Nebraska Corn Board adds Harms

Nebraska Community Foundation names Malek-Madani to new post

Cline Williams law firm appoints Barney and Frayser to partners

Harry A. Koch selects Thom, McCawley, Hebrew and Friedman

Jorgensen elected to INSPRO Insurance’s board of directors

Sotelo appointed chief diversity officer for Doane University

Performance Aircraft taps Epp

Special Sections:

• Home Trends

• Insurance




Benchmark Biolabs solidi es range of services for global animal vaccine clients
by Dwain Hebda

Through the addition of two companion business units, Benchmark Biolabs has developed a continuum of services positioning the company to capitalize on the rapidly expanding global animal vaccine market.


Fireplace Stone & Patio upgrades to enhance product selection
by Richard D. Brown

An almost continuous upgrade of its sixacre physical plant, showroom and offices in southwest Omaha coupled with a philosophy of enhancing product selection in its showrooms in Omaha, Lincoln, Grand Island and Waukee, Iowa has enabled Fireplace Stone & Patio to continue to achieve sales growth in the single-digits.


Lincoln’s GenR8 aiming to help businesses with ever-changing digital marketing world
by Lee Nelson

After seven years, Holly and Jason Petersen have changed the name of their digital marketing firm Turbine Digital to GenR8 Marketing, to reflect how the business has evolved with technology and demands.



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