Welcome to the November 17, 2017 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 43 No. 46

Briefs in this week's issue

RSM promotes Bogenreif, Havick, Christensen, Congrove, Bilodeau

Omaha’s Renze Display selects Stangl as new project manager

Govier, Katskee, Suing & Maxelladd two attorneys in Omaha

MGMA names Grages its vice chair

Goosmann Law Firm appoints Carney, White, Hale in Omaha

Methodist Health System names Stoll senior director of marketing

Girl Scouts appoints Breazile its new marketing director

Great Western Bank in Omaha names Porter business banker

The Zier Institute adds Dyrhaug

Farm Credit Services of America selects Jensen as president, CEO

Special Sections:

• Employment and Staffing

• Corporate Security

Nuts & Bolts expands with Midwest construction projects
by Richard D. Brown

The Morrison family, owners of Nuts & Bolts Inc., a 32-year-old firm distributing fasteners and related projects for the Midwest construction industry, doesn’t view the recent move from 30,000-square-foot quarters to a 80,000-square-foot facility on four acres as a long-term solution to their growth needs.

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Dial Retirement Communities advances with memory care certification, new tech

by Michelle Leach


Rooted in an almost 60-year tradition of innovation, Dial Retirement Communities recently began utilizing LifeLoop, an Omaha-based software company focused on senior communities, and retains annual “I’m Still Here” certification from the Hearthstone Institute — illustrative of the senior living operation’s focus on health and wellbeing.
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2nd-Byte grows in refurbishing niche; customers embrace ‘like-new’ devices

by Michelle Leach


As more organizations migrate to the cloud, they’re seeing value in 2nd-Byte.com’s off-lease refurbished business-class desktops, laptops and monitors. The 22-year-old Omaha-based firm is building its third-party technology leasing business nationally from a new office, with a new online home/website and increased social media presence.
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The Start Center partners with Scott Technology Center, launches initiatives to close economic gap

by Becky McCarville

Startups are gaining ground in underserved areas of Omaha, particularly in north and northeast Omaha. Yet not long ago, startup businesses in Omaha’ s urban communities were almost nonexistent, said Julian Young, executive director of the Start Center for Entrepreneurship.

Take some stress off the season by winterizing your vehicle

by Savannah Behrends

If you’ve already pulled out your winter jacket, it’s probably time to take your vehicle in for a winterization check and stock an emergency winter kit in the trunk. Not doing socould leave you stranded in the cold, relyingon your cell phone or agood Samaritan.


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