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Bryan Slone, president of the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry, told participants in an online legislative forum that Nebraska could grow by taking advantage of opportunities created by the pandemic.
Nebraska Chamber of Commerce President Bryan Slone says Nebraska is positioned to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic in better economic shape than most states as it confronts challenges of attracting and retaining a skilled young workforce.
Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry president: Despite hardships, pandemic luring workers and companies to state
Bryan Slone, president of the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry, addresses annual meeting of the North Platte Area Chamber & Development Corp. at the Sandhills Convention Center. Slone, a Gering native, said he believes rural Nebraska has opportunities the...
Union Pacific Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Lance Fritz discusses economic development challenges and opportunities at a town hall meeting for Blueprint Nebraska at the Scott Conference Center in Omaha.
The 21st century economy makes a principle clear: To achieve their full economic potential, states must embrace and achieve greater diversity in the workplace, demonstrating their firm commitment to expanded opportunity for all.
Despite the current economic downturn, Nebraska has positive opportunities ahead. Some of the best lie through strategic planning for innovative manufacturing.
Jim Smith represents Blueprint Nebraska at Aurora Cooperative 2019 annual meeting, as a panel member courtesy of Farm & Ranch, February 9th.