Getting Down to Business in India

August 24, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Business Profiles

Take a bus ride through the traffic-jammed, people-packed, animal-filled, and trash-cluttered streets of Delhi, and it won’t take long to realize that the way business is done in India is not exactly how it happens […]

Thinking Outside the Box(ers)

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Entrepreneurs, People On the Rise

It is common to hear disappointment from those who failed to follow their childhood dreams. However, we also don’t see too many firefighting, pro-basketball-playing astronauts roaming around. Michael Stageman, Omaha-native lawyer and inventor-turned-entrepreneur, did not […]

The Importance of Being Less Earnest

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Opinion

Stop me if you’ve seen this one: Open on a shallow depth-of-field shot of a business owner, dentist, or HVAC repair technician. They begin: At AAA Acme Services, we know your schedule is busy. Cut […]

Growing Companies for Life

August 23, 2017 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Opinion

Isn’t it interesting to think about company longevity? I remember hearing that if a small firm can make it seven years then it has a good chance of surviving and prospering. I think this is […]

Open Offices—A Thing of the Past?

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Opinion

Since the height of the “cube“ in the 1990s, many companies have lowered panel heights to create more open, collaborative spaces. The added benefits, for the company, are that they conserve space, reduce costs, and […]

Not-so-secret Traits of Early Success

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Leaders

Dan Hamilton is a service manager in the automotive industry—and he’s about 10 years younger than the average person in that position. Duane Singleton of Baxter Volkswagen La Vista says that shows a high level […]

House of Trains

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Entrepreneurs

David Mrsny can show customers how model trains have changed since his grandfather opened the family’s sales and service shop 81 years ago with a three-part answer pulled from storage: First, there is a clunky […]

Omaha’s Salvation for Many

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Leaders

The Salvation Army is certainly a legacy in Omaha, having started around 1912, two years before World War I began. The international organization was founded in London in 1865. Fast forward through a Great Depression, […]

Get Up Off Your Knees

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business, Opinion

Stop begging for business. Stop running around doing everything the prospect asks you and sending thank you cards and trinkets because you think all of that extra-mile activity will get you sales. Stop sending out […]

Fair Deal Village MarketPlace

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Entrepreneurs, North Omaha, Places

As a child, Terri Sanders visited the original Fair Deal Cafe on 24th Street with her father to eat breakfast or lunch, and experience a vibrant North Omaha. Sanders says the cafe, known from the […]


 
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