Five Nebraskans are among 13 owners of emerging businesses selected for the Midwestern-based Pipeline entrepreneurship mentoring program this year.

They are:

Clayton Chapman of Omaha, chef and owner of the Grey Plume restaurant.

Keith Fix of Omaha, founder and chief executive of blabfeed, a technology integrator.

Justin Kallhoff of Lincoln, founder and chief executive of Infogressive Inc., a cybersecurity provider.

Devon Seacrest of Lincoln, co-founder and chief reminding officer of Digital Environments, which focuses on visualizing relationship intelligence.

Vishal Singh of Lincoln, founder and chief executive of Quantified Ag, a precision livestock data analytics company.

This year’s fellowship recipients, including eight others from Missouri and Kansas, will attend a series of leadership development workshops during the year and network with program alumni and national entrepreneurship and business experts.

The program, in its 10th year, will hold its first international event in Ireland Sept. 19-24. The program has support from the Kauffman Foundation of Kansas City, among other sources.

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