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2519_2c2d176562_small July 11, 2011 by Jeff Slobotski

Omaha Today, we're pleased to share with the you the ninth video in our Big Omaha 2011 Video Series, brought to you by CoSentry. This video features Erich Broksas of the Startup America Partnership. Broksas is a senior vice president at the Case Foundation, and is also serving as the partnership development lead for the Startup America Partnership. With a deep business background, and having worked in several entrepreneurial environments himself … read more

2241_e31a2adbd2_small May 13, 2011 by Dan Beenken

Omaha The list of firms, foundations and other partners pulling together for the Startup America Partnership is impressive stuff, with Google, American Express, Microsoft, Cisco and others getting involved to help push forward job creation in the United States. The basis for the partnership is to serve as a linkage for start ups, ramp ups and speed ups – as they coin them – with mentors, capital, talent, services, expertise and customers. The partnership … read more

2221_da3a91a512_small May 11, 2011 by Michael Stacy

Omaha Haven't had time to do your homework on all of this year's Big Omaha speakers? Not to worry; we can help you cram. We've combed the world wide interwebs to come up with a couple of stories, interviews, videos or otherwise noteworthy nuggets on each of our Big Omaha presenters so that you can brush up before you sit down at Kaneko on Thursday morning. …  read more

2199_13fc508a69_small May 5, 2011 by Jeff Slobotski

Omaha We're excited to announce two amazing speakers to the slate for Big Omaha: United States Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra and Startup America Partnership's Erich Broksas. Chopra, who serves as an assistant to President Barack Obama and associate director for technology within the Office of Science and Technology Policy, will speak on the administration's innovation agenda. Following his presentation, he will field questions in … read more

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