Silicon Prairie News, a news platform covering tech startup communities across Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri, just published a list of Nebraska’s 10 best stories from 2016. Six of Lincoln’s startups made the list.
The number one story featured Quantified Ag’s “fitbit for cows.” The number two spot was snagged by Lincoln startup, Spreetail. Whose new identity will help them make a “dent in the universe” by connecting customers to the things they need. New startup, Liberty, which is an Uber-like service for rural America, was featured in the number four spot. Bulu Box, currently on a hiring spree to expand Bulu Marketplace,took the number five spot. The sportstech company Hudl, celebrating its 10th anniversary, came in number seven on the list. Hudl is opening its new world headquarters in a building designed just for them. Monolith’s Olive Creek expansion took the number 10 spot. Monolith invented, developed and perfected a process that converts pipline-grade natural gas into carbon black that turns into clean burning hydrogen.
These six startups, plus those not named in this article, have made waves in 2016 and will continue to add to Lincoln’s thriving and diverse entrepreneurial community. To learn more about how to get your business idea off the ground, visit the Startup LNK website at startuplnk.com.
Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development