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Nebraska Workforce Development
The Nebraska Workforce Development Department of Labor Program provides a wide range of customized business and employment services including the following:
The AIM Institute is a not-for-profit membership organization that provides entrepreneurship and information technology leadership to Nebraska and the surrounding region. AIM provides a range of services and programs to build individual and organizational capacity in effectively applying IT to business development, workforce recruitment and career development. AIM’s signature annual event is Infotec. IT professionals, business leaders, in-the-know educators and savvy entrepreneurs attend Infotec because it’s the region’s most comprehensive IT conference that provides them with up-to-date information on the latest technologies, current trends and unparalleled networking opportunities. AIM also supports entrepreneurship, business development and workforce attraction through its Careerlink.com service, the region’s premier online recruitment and hiring management system.
Business Resource Guide
The Lincoln Chamber of Commerce has developed a business resource guide for entrepreneurs and businesses in the Lincoln area. Inside this free resource you will find a listing of the many local and state level business assistance and finance organizations. Each program is briefly described and a contact with websites and phone numbers has been provided, making it faster and easier to find the type of services and support you need.
Tools for Business Success
Community Development Resources and the Nebraska EDGE program provide access to Tools for Business Success – a site where entrepreneurs can research financial measures, operations manuals, business plans, employee relations tips, marketing ideas, laws and regulations, and so much more. From startups to mature businesses, Tools for Business Success can be your guide to better management.
NxBizSuccess is a complete, interactive online community brining together entrepreneurs, small business owners, service providers and assistance professionals. This statewide assistance tool can assist the business owner from concept & planning to optimization of operations and market expansion. This site will provide podcasts, event listings, resource listings, discussion blogs & forums, research articles, and networking through social media. There is no cost to become a member.
Silicon Prairie News
Want to find out what is going on the world of start ups in the Lincoln & Omaha area. Check out Silicon Prairie News. They provide entrepreneur interviews, upcoming event information and keep entrepreneurs informed about options for interaction and education.
Online Business Toolkit
The State of Nebraska Department of Economic Development provides an online toolkit containing links to a number of programs and information resources related to starting or expanding a business in Nebraska.
Created by the University of Nebraska, NebraskaEntrepreneur.com provides interviews, information and links to entrepreneurship resources and programs state wide.
The UNL Food Processing Center & Food Entrepreneurship Program
The UNL Food Processing Center is the regions best resource for assistance with food product development. If you are thinking of turning the family secret recipe into a food product to sell in stores, this is the place to start.