Silicon Prairie News looks to greener pastures

OMAHA, Neb. – Technology website Silicon Prairie News has partnered with Omaha-based AIM Institute and plans to continue its growth and expansion covering technology and startups in the middle of the country.

The website has existed for six years showcasing entrepreneurs and other features of interest to the business community. The owners of the site said they are looking at how better to serve the community with additional resources from AIM.

While plans are in the works, the Silicon Prairie staff assured readers that the product is in good hands and will work to serve the changing needs of the startup community.

Source: Silicon Prairie News

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Kelley Chambers

Kelley Chambers is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience covering news in Oklahoma. He has worked for the The Oklahoman, was editor-in-chief of The Vista at the University of Central Oklahoma, served as writer and later editor-in-chief of okcBIZ magazine,...