Omaha, NE (PRWEB) January 15, 2015
AIM is a not-for-profit community based organization that promotes technology to empower people, enhance organizations and create brilliant communities. AIM is pleased to announce that Silicon Prairie News and Big Omaha have been added as services of our organization to continue the brilliant community impact that the Silicon Prairie News website and events like Big Omaha have had on our startup community for the past six years. AIM's goal is to enhance this value to markets in Omaha, Lincoln, Kansas City, and Greater Nebraska. Recognized for events such as Big Omaha, the Silicon Prairie Awards, and the Startup Job Crawl, Silicon Prairie News is a digital media company devoted to entrepreneurs and tech startups in its communities.
For AIM, this is an opportunity to better serve the local entrepreneurial and startup community and to expand its mission and impact. Headquartered in the heart of downtown Omaha with various satellite locations throughout the Midwest, AIM is a social enterprise that promotes technology to build brilliant communities. Through community engagement, AIM promotes early interest and skills in Information Technology (IT), links graduates and working professionals with IT opportunities in the community, and offers ongoing career development for IT leaders.
Dedicated to providing support and recognition to the local startup community, SPN embraces this opportunity to join an organization like AIM that can “provide the leadership and resources to grow SPN in a way that serves the ever changing needs of the Silicon Prairie startup community for many years to come.” (SPN acquired by AIM Institute, Dusty Davidson) AIM and SPN look forward to collaboratively enhancing your IT and startup community.