At NCET’s July Tech Cafe, you’ll not only hear from one expert — but two — on important business topics. Rod Jorgensen, Director of Counseling for the Nevada Small Business Development Center (Nevada SBDC), and Sandra Rentas, Hispanic Business Development Advisor, will co-present, meaning you’ll get twice the valuable information!
If you’re looking to improve your business skills, we have some tips for you. Vice President of Membership for NCET, Kevin Cicotti, joined us in the studio Monday morning to share what this week’s talk is all about.
Steven Gill has been elected vice president of membership administration for NCET, a member-supported non-profit that produces networking events to help individuals and businesses explore and use technology. Rachel Felix, Matt Fisher, Toni Quiruz, Bill Saylor, Chuck Sweeney and Irene Voronel have been re-elected to the board.
Creating tactics is always the fun part of marketing — whether it’s the advertisement, social media components, television interview or the promotion, these are the enjoyable tools we enjoy crafting to drive our business forward. However, without a strategy to guide a campaign, they end up being solo components lacking cohesiveness. In marketing, tactics that constantly deliver your message and reinforce your brand are called touch points. Touch points work when they connect to each other like links in a chain, with a common theme and message.
An estimated 47 percent of America’s small businesses — nearly half — don’t have a Web site at all. In fact, a popular search engine found that only 37 percent of small firms have claimed or updated their business information. Here are several key ways you can begin to develop an online footprint for your business –– that invites new and existing clients to start finding you.
Once celebrated as a rotating exhibit only to be off to the next great city, the National Automobile Museum, The Harrah Collection, is excited to announce the newest permanent exhibit to hit the space stage in northern Nevada. Nevada Space Center located in the museum, is a world-class experience for all ages teaching STEM-based content via a fusion of physical experiences, state-of- the-art video game technology and simulators, and actual NASA reconnaissance data. Now, the Nevada Space Center is included as part of admission at the National Automobile Museum offering even more value to the Museum’s already captivating experience.
In a flurry of legislative approvals June 2, Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval added his signature to Assembly Bill 471, which formally stands up the Office of Cyber Defense Coordination within the Department of Public Safety. The move makes Nevada one of the latest states trying to shape its cybersecurity destiny with an office meant to coordinate and respond to the myriad threats circulating the Internet.