Attention Omaha Business Owners…

The Douglas County Assessor’s office will not be sending out pre-filled personal property tax returns this year. In an effort to reduce operational expenditures, these courtesy returns will no longer be sent out. However, they do have a free e-filing system that is up and running.

Your personal property tax is still due by May 1, so be sure to get online and get registered, or remind your accountant if they haven’t been watching this closely. The online services can be found here:

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Big Omaha, Big Ideas

Day one is down for the second annual Big Omaha conference and although I’m not there, I have been catching nuggets of ideas and inspiration throughout the day following the #bigomaha hashtag on Twitter.

This year’s event featured an all-star line up of speakers thanks to the hard work of the guys over at Silicon Prairie News and their crew.

I’m certain we’ll see lots of reflections and event reviews as the event finishes up tomorrow with the Saturday morning session.  The speakers have already passed along a lot of great quote-ables that have been shared and re-shared throughout the day:

From @jaywilk According to @scottbelsky Leaders should always talk last. Otherwise, subordinates won’t share their ideas.

From @MarcusSchmidt love @jasonfried ‘s points. there is no b2b or b2c. its people talking, buying, selling.

From @Toolulu People are so sick of you pitching and selling. Real relationships and patience is where it’s at @garyvee

From @thescottbishop Dream big…but dream with a deadline

I’m sure there are many other salient points that have been passed along that I have missed, so feel free to share your favorites in the comments and keep the conversation going well beyond the end of Big Omaha 2010.