Lincoln Entrepreneur Selected to Prestigious Program
Three Lincoln entrepreneurs were among a contingent of five Nebraskans vying for regional bragging rights at the 2017 Pipeline Awards. The awards are part of the Pipeline Entrepreneurs program, a fellowship program for high-potential entrepreneurs.
Justin Kallhoff with Infogressive, Devon Seacrest with Digital Environments/Scoutsheet, Vishal Singh of Quantified Ag represented Lincoln. Anne Bachmann of Helping Oats was the University Spotlight presenter for the daytime pitch event. The two other Nebraska startup companies were based out of Omaha. A day-long pitch competition was used to name the eventual winner-Michelle Faits of St. Louis-based company Pro-Arch Diagnostics-as Innovator of the Year.
Looking ahead to next year and with an extensive selection process, Jennifer Rosenblatt, MusicSpoke CEO, was named a 2017 Fellow with the Pipeline program. An alumni of the NMotion accelerator, MusicSpoke is building the world's largest marketplace for artist owned sheet music. They provide composers with tools to promote themselves and conductors with an easier way to find new, quality, performance music.Rosenblatt, joins 12 other Pipeline entrepreneur fellows, for a unique and rigorous year-long business leadership development program that blends workshop modules, advice from national experts, and a deepening of the relationships among a global network of Fellowship alumni and partners.
Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development