Welcome to the December 6, 2019 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Anderson Industrial Engines expands footprint with acquisitions
by Richard D. Brown Anderson Industrial Engines, a 45-year-old family-owned firm specializing in industrial engines and generators, serving 600 dealer locations and more than 400 original equipment manufacturing accounts, has expanded into 11 additional states, including Guam and Hawaii. The expansion has taken the company past $50 million in annual revenues, up from $30 million six years ago.
OABR Diversity Committee seeking minority applicants for scholarships
by Becky McCarville The Omaha Area Board of Realtors’ Diversity Committee is working to boost ethnic and racial minority representation in the local real estate industry by offering scholarships for the startup costs of obtaining a real estate license.
Couple opens first Hand and Stone Massage location in Omaha; sets sights on three more
by Michelle Leach When Curt and Kate Anthony opened Hand and Stone Massage and Facial Spa around three and a half weeks ago at One Pacific Place in Omaha, it represented the first Nebraska location for the Greater Toronto-based brand. And the husband-wife franchisees say it won’t be their last in the area.
Denker aims to put client health and financial needs first for self employed
by Gabby Christensen For Vicki Denker, licensed health insurance advisor for USHealth Advisors, income is the outcome, not the objective. Denker, who began her business in 2016 with the intent to help self-employed individuals and small businesses find health care coverage solutions, said this journey has been the start of a turning point in her own life.