B2B Magazine is Omaha’s premier business publication. From the fresh to the familiar, and the groundbreaking to the successful, this quarterly magazine boasts profiles of local corporations, businesses, and business owners, as well as features on the latest in travel, entertainment, web-based business, education, technology, corporate wellness, and marketing.

For questions about editorial, contact managing editor Daisy Hutzell-Rodman.

From left Matthew Stoysich and Ken Stoysich

Putting Meat on Omahans’ Bones

July 18, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine, Business

Food, especially meat, is big business in this state. Nebraska has been called “the beef state” (even adopting that slogan for 1950s and 1960s license plates) for good reason; it consistently ranks as one of […]

Arrow Stage Lines illustration

Taking a Stand Against Human Trafficking

Posted In: B2B Magazine

Omaha-based Arrow Stage Lines is in the business of giving back. With a little over 650 employees and 250 vehicles, Arrow’s success demonstrates that community involvement and charity pay dividends. Arrow COO Luke Busskohl said […]

Dustin Talacko

Fighting Fires in Emergencies

Posted In: B2B Magazine, People

Dustin Talacko has been an Omaha firefighter and paramedic for seven years. His work days are 12 hours long and often include responding to life-or-death emergencies. “A person can bleed to death in sheer minutes,” […]

Lance Perez, UNL Engineering

Building an Industry

May 28, 2019 · Posted In: B2B Magazine

Omaha may not have the towering skylines of Chicago or New York City, but this humble Midwestern city’s geography and values have forged an engineering legacy it can trace back to the days of steamboats […]

Ghosting in the workplace graphic design

Ghosting in the Workplace

Posted In: B2B Magazine

An employee who calls in sick during the busiest night of the year is a business owner’s nightmare. An even worse nightmare is when the employee simply decides to leave. “I think the professional courtesy […]

City Councilman Ben Gray in office

Ben Gray

Posted In: B2B Magazine, Leaders

Ben Gray won’t stop. He has served nearly 10 years on the Omaha City Council (and is currently the president), is the sharpest critic of Omaha’s absentee landlords, and a well-known advocate for his home […]

Quentin Lueninghoener at Hanscom Park Studio

Designing a Dream Studio Into a Reality

Posted In: B2B Magazine, People On the Rise

Some people begin their work day with a cup of coffee. Others need a run or iron-pumped workout to jump-start the morning. Hanscom Park Studio’s founder, Quentin Lueninghoener, however, only needs some tunage to tune […]

Kelli Pilgrim, LinkedIn

LinkedIn

Posted In: B2B Magazine

LinkedIn was founded in 2002 as a social platform for businesses and professionals, and it has grown to become the world’s largest professional network with more than 590 million users in over 200 countries and […]

Guy Gibson woodworking

From Imaging Tables to Coffee Tables

Posted In: B2B Magazine, People

When growing up in California, Guy Gibson’s hard-working, World War II veteran father didn’t provide an option when it came to home projects—they would never be hired out, and Guy would be helping. That work […]

Keith Backsen

Youth Sports is Good for All of Us

Posted In: B2B Magazine

Sports is a serious business in the United States. Ticket sales for the NFL total $900 million annually, more than 22 million fans attend NBA games in a single season, and Major League Baseball generates […]