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Balancing work and home life for LGBTQ+ families

Finding a viable team is essential to a successful startup. Employees are the backbone of a company and meeting their needs is vital. Part of the job when founding a startup is ensuring all employees receive equal, fair treatment and feel accepted in their work...

Balancing parenthood and a career

The ideal worker in American society tends to someone who works relentlessly, doesn’t take time off, and picks up shifts or tasks as needed. Those expectations are hard to uphold for an everyday person, but even more unrealistic for parents. Dr. Jenna Yentes, a...

Breaking barriers within crowdsourcing 

When starting a new business, funding is an essential component. It can be difficult to find resources when you’re just starting out, so some entrepreneurs use crowdfunding and crowdsourcing. According to Investopedia, crowdfunding is “the use of small amounts of...

Giving the permission to fail

When we see someone who is successful, rarely do we think of the failures and mistakes they encountered along the way, but everyone who has accomplished their definition of success has faced setbacks. Failing is a normal thing. Christine Cutucache is the director of...

Courtney’s Corner: digital art and freelance

This time for Courtney’s Corner, I talked to Chelsi Bartlett. She owns and operates an Omaha-based business where she sells her artwork. I talked to her about what it’s like being a freelance graphic designer, since graphic design is something I’ve always been...

Finding Funding with the Small Business Administration

We’ve discussed ways for start-ups to find funding previously on the blog, and one of the options is a loan. Banks can be hesitant about loaning to small businesses and startups, thanks to the uncertainty intertwined with starting a new business. It’s not impossible...

Starting Your Entrepreneurial Journey

If you’re reading this, it is probably because you’ve found yourself interested in some form of entrepreneurship. There’s an abundance of information to learn, people to meet, and ideas to share. So, where do you start? Dr. Dale Eesley is the director of University of...

Start-Up Spotlight: Wilma and Rose

DeAnna Williams is a woman of many talents. She loves theatre, experiencing new things, and is a mother of three. Not only that, but she owns and operates a business all by herself. Wilma and Rose is a gift concierge business based in Omaha. DeAnna named the business...

Choosing a Law Firm for Your Startup: Part 2

An investment in legal services is an important consideration in starting a business. Make sure you know how your legal budget will be spent. What follows is part two in a series about the factors to consider in your choice of lawyer. Factor Two: Know When to Hold ‘Em...

Courtney’s Corner: The Importance of a Communications Coordinator

First stop for Courtney’s Corner: communications coordinator. A communications coordinator is someone who creates content, builds relationship with the public, and runs social media pages. They’re important for start-ups no matter what the product or idea is. I talked...
Balancing parenthood and a career

Balancing parenthood and a career

The ideal worker in American society tends to someone who works relentlessly, doesn’t take time off, and picks up shifts or tasks as needed. Those expectations are hard to uphold for an everyday person, but even more unrealistic for parents. Dr. Jenna Yentes, a...

Breaking barriers within crowdsourcing 

Breaking barriers within crowdsourcing 

When starting a new business, funding is an essential component. It can be difficult to find resources when you’re just starting out, so some entrepreneurs use crowdfunding and crowdsourcing. According to Investopedia, crowdfunding is “the use of small amounts of...

Giving the permission to fail

Giving the permission to fail

When we see someone who is successful, rarely do we think of the failures and mistakes they encountered along the way, but everyone who has accomplished their definition of success has faced setbacks. Failing is a normal thing. Christine Cutucache is the director of...

Courtney’s Corner: digital art and freelance

Courtney’s Corner: digital art and freelance

This time for Courtney’s Corner, I talked to Chelsi Bartlett. She owns and operates an Omaha-based business where she sells her artwork. I talked to her about what it’s like being a freelance graphic designer, since graphic design is something I’ve always been...