Volano Solutions is pleased to have been selected as one of the speakers at the Grow Nebraska marketing and technology conference June 12th at the UNO Thompson Alumni Center. We’ll be in good company with Yahoo, Fat Brain Toys, the Omaha World Herald and others sharing their experiences with business marketing in the rapidly evolving technology arena. (http://www.omaha.com/article/20130520/MONEY/705209976).
Volano partner and co-founder Rod Smith will discuss the role of software in small business process management to a group largely compromised of entrepreneurs and small business owners. Grow Nebraska is a non-profit member organization whose mission is to create sustainable economic development by supporting entrepreneurs and small businesses through promotion, market access and education. The event will be a fantastic opportunity for businesses to share best practices, network with each other and facilitate growth. We’re excited to play a role in helping the Grow mission. Volano is a business and software consultant with years of experience helping small businesses reduce cost through process improvement and efficiency. Software has been the tool we’ve used to help companies grow.
Local food and drinks will be provided, including a reception afterwards featuring beer from one of this writer’s favorite local breweries, Lucky Bucket.
For more information on participating in the conference this year, you can register at (http://www.grownebraska.org/marketech/) or contact Grow Nebraska CEO Janell Anderson at 888-476-9632 or 308-493-5394 or Email: [email protected].
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