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Nobl at ANCC Magnet 2016

ANCC's National Magnet Conference this year was held in Orlando, Florida. The theme of this year's conference was 'Empowering Nurses to Transform Care' which aligned well with Nobl's mission to empower care. The theme was weaved throughout the conference from the lineup of conference speakers to the hundreds of vendors that aim to empower and enhance healthcare delivery.

This year, we brought back our 'Keep Calm I'm a Nurse' shirts as a giveaway and they were a hit!

Thank you ANCC for a great conference and thank you to all the nurse leaders that stopped by our booth to discuss their rounding processes and hospital initiatives.

Nurse Leaders ANCC Magnet

Nobl will compete for $100,000 in Rise of the Rest Pitch Competition

On October 3, Nobl will compete in Rise of the Rest startup bus and pitch competition. Nobl, along with seven other Lincoln and Omaha startups will compete to win a $100,000 investment from Steve Case, entrepreneur and co-founder of America Online.

Rise of the Rest is a nationwide effort to spotlight local startups that are chasing the American Dream. Unfortunately, venture capital often is distributed to companies on the coasts of the nation. This is why Rise of the Rest tour made a mission to give equal opportunity to startups everywhere by traveling across the country spotlighting overlooked cities. On their fifth tour, Lincoln, Neb. was chosen an emerging startup ecosystem this year. Read more about the Rise of the Rest tour at: www.riseofrest.com

Nobl is excited to compete with the other seven local startups from Lincoln and Omaha areas. Since the foundation in 2013, Nobl has been making an impact in the healthcare community by
building rounding solutions that increase patient safety and enhance the patient experience. Winning this pitch competition can mean new opportunities for Nobl.

Rise of the Rest tour will be celebrating local Nebraskan entrepreneurs on Oct. 3.

For the official press release, please visit this link.

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