AIM, a Nebraska-based not-for- profit community organization, is onceÂ again expanding its continued effort to grow, connect and inspire local tech talent with its latest venture: SiliconÂ Prairie News (SPN) Startup Story Social. This monthly event brings together the Silicon Prairie’s mostÂ accomplished innovators and connects them with like-minded innovators in our community.
This month’s Startup Story Social takes place at the AIM Exchange Building at 1905 Harney Street onÂ Thursday, March 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
On Thursday evening, the founders of Flywheel will share their inspirational story of how they grewÂ their business, the roadblocks they’ve dealt with and how they stay connected to the community.
“We knew that this kind of education and networking event was needed thanks to feedback from our BigÂ Omaha attendees,” said Startup Story Social and Big Omaha Managing Director Brian Lee. “These events willÂ allow Omaha entrepreneurs to connect and become inspired year-round.”
The event is free and open to the public. Registration is required. Attendees can register through the SPNÂ Startup Story Social Website.