Generation Z, also known as “gen-z-ers,” are putting their own stamp on owning a business. Collaboration over competition is an ongoing trend for this generation of business owners. With the help of social media and connecting with customers and clients online is easier than ever.
This story talks about the love that three Nebraska business owners have for their businesses and how they contribute to the community. Regan Karel, the owner of 168 Candles in Seward, Nebraska, began creating candles as gifts for family members, but it eventually turned into a business. Rachel Fleeman, the owner of Raine Company in Waverly, Nebraska, creates special designs of clothing and other accessories in honor of her Grandmother. And lastly, Reegan Stocker, owner of Reegan Stocker Photography in Lincoln, Nebraska, has been taking pictures of friends and family since high school. She fell in love with the hobby, which eventually turned into her business.
This story talks about the love that three Nebraska business owners have for their businesses and how they contribute to the community. With a little bit of work and a lot of passion, these women stepped into the business world with their own talent.