Welcome to the June 24, 2016 Midlands Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 42 No. 26

Briefs in this week's issue

NP Dodge Real Estate adds Juan Garcia, Natasha Garcia, Luther, Marilyn Goure, Michael Goure, Bragg, Frohm, Foster to sales staff

Bishop Business selects Patten

Omaha’s CFO Systems selects Szatko as firm’s new director

Herman joins Renaissance Financial

The Steier Group appoints Santa-Maria, Holmgren, Bird, Nevarez

Streck adds Contonis as sales and marketing vice president

Birkmann promoted to agency partner for Rebel Interactive

Creighton Federal Credit Union promotes Hill to VP in dual role

Lincoln Community Foundation hires Edgerton for VP position

Special Sections:

• Human Resource Management

• Technology



Holland Basham Architects repositions brand for future
by Richard D. Brown

In an ever-changing industry, Holland Basham Architects has set forth rebranding efforts to stay competitive not only with projects, but also talent.



Lincoln Electric System focusing efforts on green power, efficiency

by Dwain Hebda


As it reaches the 50-year mark in 2016, Lincoln Electric System continues to push the envelope for greener, more efficient means of serving consumers in the roughly 200 miles that make up its service area in and around Lincoln.


Bland & Associates expands of ce space, makes additions to its staff

by Michelle Leach


Accounting and business consulting firm Bland & Associates is marking 40 years in a space with more legroom, a Lincoln office, and growth of 45 percent in the last year alone.


Revolve Fine Art sets pace to grow artwork leasing concept

by Lee Nelson

In the 2 1/2 years since Jennifer Barry opened art leasing company Revolve Fine Art, it has moved to 1516 Cuming St. and was selected for an entrepreneurial acceleration program this summer.

Skyline Physical Therapy sees growth among subspecialties

by Lee Nelson

When Dan Peetz began as a physical therapist 36 years ago, there were only five or six subspecialties of the profession, now there are at least 20 he said, which have helped to grow his business Skyline Physical Therapy, located at 3624 N. 163rd Plaza.

Youell emphasizes consensus building, cooperation

by Dwain Hebda

Achieving cooperation among highly territorial entities used to competition takes a deft touch, which is exactly what Greg Youell has demonstrated during four years as executive director of the Metropolitan Area Planning Agency. The 38-year-old Oklahoman helped forge unprecedented long-term regional collaboration targeting responsible growth and improving the quality of life for metro residents.


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