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1223_01f7debbb0_small September 8, 2010 by Guest Contributor

Omaha (21st Century Systems, left, is an Omaha-based SBIR recipient.) Guest post by Tom Chapman: In January, I contributed a guest post to Silicon Prairie News that discussed the reasons for measuring venture capital as a bellwether for investment and investible deals (Building an entrepreneurial ecosystem: what does success look like?). Another… read more

December 8, 2009 by Dusty Davidson

Omaha Last week, the Omaha World-Herald ran a story on the Scott Technology Center (pictured above) describing its partnership with the Innovation Accelerator. We're very excited about the Innovation Accelerator (which has been in the works for some ... read more

October 21, 2009 by Danny Schreiber

Omaha Tomorrow's Midlands Venture Forum's quarterly Networking Reception will feature Craig Tuttle, President and CEO of Transgenomic, speaking on the topic of "turnarounds and restarts." The goal of MVF, which has been in existence since 2000, is to enable ... read more

September 25, 2009 by Danny Schreiber

Omaha Today was a big day for the team at Êelios, Inc., a spin-off subsidiary of 21st Century Systems, Inc. (21CSI). Their location-based personal weather app, WxFix, became available for purchase in Apple's App Store. This morning, ... read more

September 15, 2009 by Danny Schreiber

Omaha Midlands Venture Forum (MVF), an organization we partnered with earlier this year to promote and share video of their events, will be hosting a Networking Dinner this Thursday. The focus of the panel assembled will be to discuss the topic ... read more

April 22, 2009 by Jeff Slobotski

Omaha SPN recently had the opportunity to interview Eelios, a spinoff of 21CSI, at their office located in the Scott Technology Center. Eelios is leveraging, and taking to the commercial market, "intelligent" decision support software technology that 21CSI has developed and ... read more

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