Hudl’s growth has skyrocketed since their inception in as a Lincoln startup. Hudl now hosts over 350 employees in the new Lincoln facility, which was one of downtown Lincoln’s largest building projects in history. Lincoln is honored to be HQ for Hudl.
This publication uses raw data to evaluate two key return on investment (ROI) pieces:
1. What are we trying to accomplish?
2. How do we know if we are making any progress?
See the Dashboard, here.
The Partnership has been working with Angelou Economics to use community input to create a Vision Plan
Startup events, resources, and directory all in one place. StartupLNK.com is open for business.
Innovation lives here - We have an awesome and strong tech startup scene. Need we say more?
Get excited for #1MCLNK! 1MC is a free, weekly national program designed to educate, engage, and connect entrepreneurs and is based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions and network over a million cups of coffee.
Lincoln entrepreneurs and companies took home awards at the annual Pipeline Innovators Awards. Read more, here.
A delegation from the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development, Nebraska Department of Economic Development and Nebraska Innovation Campus traveled to Seoul, Korea to promote Lincoln's thriving business community, influx of talent and economically sound environment. Read more about the recent trip, here.
With the cut of a ribbon, Hudl celebrated the opening of their new world headquarters in Lincoln, Nebraska. Read about their ribbon cutting, here.
Lincoln's Hour of Code brought 800 people together for a morning of learning computer code and interacting with technology at the Nebraska Innovation Campus. Read more, here.
The clinking of glasses in the Windy City this past weekend was a toast to the Good Life. Members of the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development team traveled east to connect with University of Nebraska alums and displaced Husker fans living in Chicago. Read more on the trip, here.
Silverhawk Aviation broke ground on a new 28,375 square foot hangar and workspace that will house the Avionics Department as well as 10 light to mid-sized jets earmarked to service 50-100 businesses in Lincoln and the Midwest. Read more, here.
Lincoln’s sixth annual Startup week was jam-packed full of nearly 50 free events taking place in Lincoln’s various entrepreneurial spaces with hundreds of attendees and a mix of local and national speakers. Read about the entire week.
Birdsall helps cultivate relationships on Governor’s Trade Mission to Japan. Read more, here.
Nature's Variety held a groundbreaking to expand in Lincoln. The project represents the first phase of a master plan that can lead to additional expansion projects in the future. More on this development, here.
MyTern, a summer series for Lincoln Interns shows off Lincoln’s best and brightest. Read a recap on Mytern.
5 companies debuted products and customers at NMotion Demo Day 2017. Read about the companies, here.
Molex celebrates 40 years in Lincoln. Full story, here.
Interns across Lincoln pitch what’s next for the city at the second signature MyTern Event. Read more, here.
LPED Sponsors I/O Innovation Summit and attends ESHIP Summit in KC. Who won the $100K Investment Pitch Competition? See here.
More than 60 startups will be included in the Summit’s Startup Showcase. From these Startups, six have been chosen to compete in an investment pitch competition for a $100k investment. See more, here.
LPED launches MyTern, a community immersion experience for Lincoln interns this summer. Read full article, here.
The Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development has released the Economic Dashboard for Lincoln. View the Dashboard.
Kawasaki hosted the grand opening of the company's new Aerospace Division in Lincoln. Read More.
Meet the 2017 NMotion Cohort!
Lincoln Startups Win Five Top Silicon Prairie Awards.
Evol Empire Creative founder Andrew Tuzson relocated from Denver, attracted to Lincoln by lists ranking the city high for family life and its booming economy. See the Lincoln Journal Star article, here.
Nebraska Provides Monolith with Values and Horsepower: Monolith re-locates its manufacturing HQ to the Lincoln area.
Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development