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6734_4536e98003_small April 21, 2014 by Jordan Pascale

Lincoln AIM CoderDojo is landing in Lincoln. CoderDojo is an unstructured, open-source coding club where mentors introduce young people to programming in a fun, engaging way ... read more

6715_a1b271f72e_small April 16, 2014 by Jordan Pascale

Lincoln Two Lincoln startups are among the best places to work in the second-largest city in Nebraska. Hurrdat earned third-place honors among small companies while Hudl placed second among medium-sized companies. About 100 companies were nominated for the awards, which were determined by a workplace survey designed by Omaha's Quantum Workplace ... read more

6470_05da81a674_small February 10, 2014 by Jordan Pascale

Lincoln Four Lincoln tech companies—Hudl, Five Nines, Infogressive and P & L Technology—are featured on bilboards around town as part of a Lincoln Chamber of Commerce campaign. The four made the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in 2013. The campaign began in February and is a way for the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development to ... read more

6189_ebd27fb2e2_small October 29, 2013 by Megan Bannister

Last week reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian made his way through the Silicon Prairie—stopping first in Lincoln, then heading south to Kansas City to speak at Compute Midwest. But this is by no means the first time Ohanian has visited the Prairie. Last fall the Internet 2012 Bus Tour made four stops across the ... read more

October 25, 2013 by Megan Bannister

Lincoln Lincoln-based startup Hudl recently was one of 437 companies honored by Inc. Magazine's 2013 Hire Power Awards. The awards honor private-growth companies that have generated the highest number of jobs over the last three ... read more

6160_5f88dca621_small October 15, 2013 by Megan Bannister

Lincoln Next Wednesday, Oct. 23, reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian will be making a stop in Lincoln as part of a five-month tour to promote his book, Without Their Permission. Wednesday evening Ohanian will make an appearance at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ... read more

August 21, 2013 by Fred Bauters

Lincoln When we put together our list of the "50-plus Nebraska startups to follow on Twitter" last month, we made a note that established companies such as Hudl weren't listed because they were no longer in startup mode. That was validated by today's news that the video software company for sports teams has been ranked No. 149 on the Inc. "5000 list"... read more

5749_de4ad93ea7_small May 23, 2013 by Danny Schreiber

Hudl's often the software used to help high school football teams earn a trophy, but the Lincoln, Neb., company last month took home some hardware of its own. The University of Nebraska awarded Hudl its Walter Scott Entrepreneurial Business Award, which is designed to encourage businesses to create partnerships and links with the university in the area of technology. The award followed … read more

5319_d135764dca_small February 22, 2013 by Guest Contributor

Lincoln (Guest post by John Wirtz.) I'll never forget the most intimidating spreadsheet I ever had to face. It was winter 2009, and this piece of paper was just sitting there on my desk staring at me. It wasn't our sales goals for the year. It wasn't a list of the hairiest bugs in Hudl. It wasn't our steadily-decreasing statement of cash flows. It was a list of head football coach names, email addresses, and phone numbers from high schools here in Lincoln, Neb., and it was scaring the hell out of me. | Hudl in winter 2009: Going into the 2008 football season, our Hudl video analysis system was up and running … read more

5115_053c84a9bb_small December 17, 2012 by Michael Stacy

Lincoln Hudl co-founder and chief technology officer Brian Kaiser today was named to a dream team that includes the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Deron Williams. No, not that Dream Team. But Kaiser, 29, was recognized on Forbes' annual 30 Under 30 list in the sports category for his work with Hudl, the Lincoln company that makes web-based video analysis and coaching tools. Forbes chose 30 honorees apiece in 15 categories, filling its list with "disruptors and entrepreneurs" who are "impatient to change the world before they leave their twenties behind." The teens and 20-somethings on the list include Mark Zuckerberg, Lady Gaga … read more

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