Via KMTV of Omaha
The Silicon Prairie was a trendy term a few years ago but the bubble hasn’t burst. In fact, more companies and startups are moving to Omaha each year. Currently, the city has three accelerators and nine co-labs.
Via Omaha World-Herald
Davidson believes even the building and workspace impact productivity. Right now, the company’s Omaha employees are divided among three buildings, but by summer 2020 Flywheel is planning to bring them under one roof by moving to Millwork Commons, a $300 million redevelopment project in north downtown.
Via Clay and Milk
Based out of Omaha, BasicBlock is a platform for trucking companies to streamline their workflow with electronic paperwork and directly communicate with manufacturers and shippers without the need for third parties. Co-founders, Taylor Monks and Brett Byman, see the Midwest as the ideal location to start their company.
Via the Omaha World-Herald
You don’t need to be a genius to understand how Flywheel is changing Omaha. You don’t even need to fully grasp what the Omaha tech startup actually does.
To understand how Flywheel is changing things here, all you really need to do is walk in its downtown Omaha front door.