Tourism marketers in the Reno-Tahoe area are among the leaders in the development of effective strategies to draw Millennial-generation travelers. NCET’s Tech Wednesday event provides a behind-the-scenes look at one of these campaigns, and the technology that supports it.
Forbes recently estimated that three million American professionals work remotely. And they’re happier for it: 47 percent of people with the option to telecommute are “very satisfied” with their jobs, compared to 27 percent of office-bound workers. Technology is ushering in a new virtual business age. And considering the Estipona Group has been on the leading-edge of that trend — going virtual before it was considered “avant garde” — we’d like to provide a few tips for those considering the model.
With the NCET Small Business Expo just around the corner – September 18 at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa – here are four tips you can use to make sure that you get the most out of the next trade show you attend.
Small businesses and entrepreneurs aren’t certain where to go to take the next steps to launch a company that can create jobs, generate profits, and benefit customers throughout Northern Nevada and the rest of the world. They don’t know to whom they can turn to get them to the next level. For a decade, NCET has addressed this need with its annual Small Business Expo. The Expo provides entrepreneurs and small business owners with the practical knowledge, tactics, and the tools they need to start a business or spur the growth of an existing venture. In a single day during the Small Business Expo, business owners — and those who hope to launch a business — can visit with professionals, experts, and representatives of government agencies.
National Clean Energy Summit 8.0: Powering Progress returns to Las Vegas Monday, August 24 at Mandalay Bay Resort Convention Center with a dynamic lineup of panel discussions and guest speakers including President Barack Obama as the esteemed keynote. Newly added guest speakers include Congresswoman Dina Titus, serving the First Congressional District of Nevada, Jim Hughes, […]
The market for unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in the United States could top $11.4 billion by 2022 — and technology entrepreneurs in Northern Nevada are well positioned to capture a significant share of that business. The problem? The Federal Aviation Administration, which generated the $11.4 billion estimate, acknowledges that the size of the UAS market depends in large measure on the regulations and legal structures that grow up around the industry. Those structures currently are, to put it mildly, in a state of uncertainty.
Business owners and CEOs almost daily face an ever-changing set of challenges and opportunities that they must respond to. For start-up and entrepreneurial companies they can be the key to long-term success or failure to launch. The leaders often look for outside help to get the right answer. There are several approaches that a leader can consider. There exist a wide variety of consultants offering solutions. While the vast majority of consultants, from strategic planning and HR to sales and marketing, are extremely qualified experts in their fields, they often have a predefined framework that they apply to each company with whom they work.