The NCET Technology Awards celebrate the Northern Nevada individuals and companies who have greatly enhanced the growth and prestige of technology community, while the Reno Gazette-Journal Business of the Year Awards recognize outstanding leaders at all levels of business, from small to large companies. The EDAWN Awards recognize the resources that have played an integral part in contributing to the growth of our community.
Join NCET for Tech Bite on February 24, and get the scoop on live streaming from Matt Lush, Account Executive with Abbi Agency. Matt will discuss the current streaming apps available and focus on their use for business, news and citizen journalism.
In the most traditional sense of the word, it is easy to see how the idea of “printing” may seem like a dated concept. “Printing” — in and of itself — sounds like a static, old school, practically prehistoric medium. But Nevada Blue accepts that traditional paradigm as a challenge — and rises above it owing to new, leading-edge technology.
Business leaders Thomas Burnham, Jon Edmondo and Holly O’Driscoll have been re-elected to one-year terms on the board of directors of NCET, a member-supported nonprofit in Reno that produces networking events to help individuals and businesses explore and use technology.
The Chamber drew at least 700 business people to Directions: Engines of Change on [January 28, 2016] at the Grand Sierra Resort, where the major takeaway from the seven speakers was that Northern Nevada has a lot of opportunity ahead but also a lot of hard work to keep moving forward.
Nevada Blue, a family owned and operated printing company has been in business since 1992 and boasts more than 100 years combined experience in the reprographics industry. Join us at February’s Tech Wednesday event and learn how Nevada Blue is becoming a technology leader in the printing industry.
Many of us are dreamers and have great ideas for products or our businesses. The problem is we never get off the couch. The solution lies in how we frame our thinking. Most of us look at the big picture. We only see how the project will require large amounts of capital, time or people. We get so overwhelmed, we quite before we’ve ever begun.