By: Allison Schorr 2017 YP Summit Chair It’s almost 2017 and we hope the Greater Omaha Chamber Young Professionals Summit – March 9 – will make it on your list of experiences you’re excited about in the New Year. As Chair of the 2017 Summit, I have had the honor and pleasure to work with… Read More
Guest blog post from MindSet If a terrific 16 year old power forward, who lives in the most rural area of Mississippi, invited one of the ten most renowned college basketball coaches in the country to visit his family in their home on Christmas Eve, what do you think the odds are that such… Read More
By: David G. Brown President & CEO, Greater Omaha Chamber I understand the irony – in order for our young professionals to become more focused, engaged and goal-driven employees/community members, they need a day off from work. Call it a “greater good” – for the good of Greater Omaha. March 9, 2017 – we’ll be… Read More
When I first joined the firm, a longtime supporter of the Greater Omaha Chamber, my managing principal suggested I get involved so I attended a President’s Club lunch meeting and felt right at home. That was 16 years ago.
I look forward to documenting emerging changes in financial services, and hope you enjoy following along.
Recently Erin Dyer, managing director of the Kitchen Council, took the time to answer a few questions about the Kitchen Council and what the food startup incubator means for the Greater Omaha area.
So much of what makes a city great isn’t about buildings – it’s about people. What residents value, how they want to live and what kind of work they want to do is what creates the identity of a city and its potential to grow. We can often get so caught in the day-to-day muck, that we forget that each moment could be THE moment.
It’s up to us now. Public voting will determine the top five. The winning business receives a $25,000 prize and nationwide recognition. Let’s get behind promoting homegrown Proseeds as it represents the Nebraska startup community on a nationwide stage.
If you’re trying to grow your small business, you know it takes hard work. But even when you’re willing to put in the hours and elbow grease, it’s not always enough to ensure your business thrives—or even survives. Enter REACH, an initiative designed to offer small business assistance.
This event evokes inspiration in all of us, and it’s exciting to see what our employees and our community can do together when we step outside our comfort zone.