Welcome to the February 26, 2021 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.

TotalWellness targets COVID-19 vaccinations to increase national presence
by Richard D. Brown
TotalWellness is a 23-year-old Omaha-based firm that partners with companies of all sizes throughout the country to provide customized wellness solutions for employees. Founder and President Alan Kohll, who said about 95% of his firm’s revenues have come from outside Nebraska, believes the changing pandemic response scene offers his nimble company an unprecedented opportunity to become a much larger national player.
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Ambassador Title Services grows, embraces tech to meet demand
by Becky McCarville
Ambassador Title Services is decidedly not “old school title,” said President Carrie Clure, who started the company 10 years ago after a career at a mortgage company and a background in computers.

Under new branding, Volano Software builds niche with small, medium-sized businesses
by Michelle Leach
Volano shed 2020 with a fresh website, tagline, and name — Volano Software — as its team builds upon the characteristics that have enabled the custom development firm to partner with more than 100 clients, including some of the region’s most recognizable brands, over its 14-year history, and to retain its well-established niche among established small and medium-sized businesses as the developer space becomes increasingly crowded.
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Dreamy Displays aims to elevate events with vibrant installations
by Gabby Hellbusch
Brittany Thomas has always loved a DIY project, but it wasn’t until February 2020 that she was able to fully utilize her creativity and launch the newly established Dreamy Displays, which offers custom designed displays, backdrops and art installations for weddings, celebrations, parties and corporate events, while also providing specialty event rentals.

Ashley Rae Turner boosts brand recognition at North End Teleservices
by Dwain Hebda
Ashley Rae Turner has made the most of her first year with North End Teleservices. As the company’s marketing communications specialist since last February, she’s had the dual challenges of boosting the corporate brand and developing communications channels to help employees navigate COVID-19 protocols.

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