Welcome to the January 24, 2020 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.

Green House Data targets Omaha with Deliveron acquisition
by Richard D. Brown
With its recent acquisition of Omaha-based Deliveron, a 14-year-old home-grown technology consultant that is coming off a 40% growth in revenues in each of the past two years, Green House Data — a multi-state digital transformation services provider — plans to build a strong footprint in the Midwest.
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Strategic growth spurs expansion for Omaha-based Meridian Clinical Research
by Becky McCarville
Meridian Clinical Research, an Omaha-based clinical trial company founded in 1999 by CEO Nicole Osborn and Lori Connolly (retired), over the years has established 20 investigative sites primarily in Midwest and eastern states and expanded its therapeutic investigative capabilities. In 2019, its 20th year, the company made its first acquisition with New York-based Regional Clinical Research.
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Horwath Laundry Equipment marks 100 years; focuses on automated systems opportunities
by Michelle Leach
On the heels of World War I, Austrian emigrant Andrew “Andy” Horwath started the wooden wash-basket business that eventually evolved into Horwath Laundry Equipment, a fourth-generation, family-owned commercial laundry machinery, parts, and services distributor with locations in Omaha and Rapid City, South Dakota.
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Blackbird Co. focuses on holistic care, interconnected beauty
by Gabby Christensen
When founding Blackbird Co., a holistic lifestyle brand offering CBD skincare, owner Sue Liang had one mission in mind: to make a positive change in the lives of customers while operating a socially conscious business model

Anderson driven to serve others as a health care professional
by Dwain Hebda
Jenn Anderson developed an early interest in serving in the health care field in the most personal way possible. As a child, she was involved in an accident that required a long commute for regular treatment at a Shriner’s Hospital in Illinois where she grew up. The experience developed an empathy that led to her career.

MembersOwn Credit Union expands footprint as it gives members rebates
by Dwain Hebda
MembersOwn Credit Union enjoyed brisk business in 2019, enough to share with its 8,000 members in a very concrete way. In January, the Lincoln-based institution announced it would issue a 2019 year-end dividend bonus and interest rebate of 7%, due to the company’s performance last year.



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Briefs in this week's issue

Samantha Mosser, Appointed, ACCESSbank

Stacy Durr, Promoted, Pinnacle Bank

Tyler Albers, Added, Cornhusker Bank

Nate Keller, Appointed, Cornhusker Bank

Kjersten Tucker, Promoted, Sinclair Hille Architects

David Warner, Promoted, Holland Basham Architects

Gary Greckel, Promoted, Holland Basham Architects

Katie Ripa, Promoted, KidGlov Lincoln

Brent Schott, Appointed, Swanson Russell

Anabel Tapia Marin, New, OneWorld

Makenzie Schmitt, New, OneWorld

Emily Soener, New, OneWorld

Glenda McKenna, New, OneWorld

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