Mark your calendar: 2014 State Conference set October 1 & 2
The 2014 Broadband Connecting Nebraska Conference is set for October 1 and 2 at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney. The event will provide proven strategies and best practices, conversations with practitioners, and case studies from businesses that are succeeding.
Learn how others are taking advantage of high-speed Internet connections to operate more efficiently and grow market share.
People who attended last year's event give it high marks!
"Local broadband expansion is a catalyst for economic development and is crucial for growth and future quality of life. I absolutely encourage you to attend the Nebraska broadband conference to network with others who are working to bring broadband to their communities and to utilize broadband for economic growth."
Joe Johnson, City Administrator, Nebraska City
"Broadband not only aids our company's internal productivity for developing web based applications, it has also increased the adoption of our SaaS products in area's we couldn't reach before. As the coverage of broadband extends further into both residential and commercial markets, the potential impact we see on sales related to our web based software solutions is significant."
Jake McElroy, Agilx
Scholarships Are Available!
Contact: Charlotte Narjes
Watch for more information!
Webinars explore today's broadband issues and ideas
New technology can help improve efficient operations, reduce costs and attract new customers. But first...you need to understand what the latest tools are and how they can impact your business. Learn through this series of Broadband Webinars. A team of University of Nebraska - Lincoln experts, along with industry leaders, share the news you need.
Check out the Broadband Webinar Series.
For more information, contact Connie Hancock, Project Lead, 308-254-4455
Western Nebraska Development Network: Accelerating Collaboration Summit
Held Tuesday, May 15, 2012, Gering Civic Center
This event focused on the topic of “Strategic Doing” and featureed Ed Morrison, Purdue Regional Economic Development Advisor. The day’s conversations concentrated on topics of potential community goals –and how to achieve them. Details and documents from the event are available.
Watch for more regional opportunities to share information.