The Reno Collective, a downtown Reno co-working space, moved for the fourth time since the business started in 2009. But this time, its new Midtown mansion should be its “forever home.” The Reno Collective provides paying members an office space, a desk, business address and other resources for people freelancing, running their own startup tech businesses, working remotely or just trying to escape their boss.
RENO Magazine sat down with co-founders from a trio of Reno tech firms. Two of the businesses are transplants, one is homegrown, and all started within the last three years. The co-founders, entrepreneurs each younger than 35, are helping to transform the perception of Reno and the city’s economic future.
The Biggest Little City has been recognized by Popular Mechanics as Number 8 on PM’s list of “The 14 Best Startup Cities in America.” Click on the story to read the entire article or just the Reno portion of the article.
We’ve just wrapped up Reno’s very successful Startup Week, a local celebration of startups and entrepreneurship in the Biggest Little City. Once again I’m impressed by the number of individuals and organizations that come together regularly to help our local entrepreneurs and small businesses. Here are just a few, and I encourage you to contact them if you need help or can help.
Dozens of entrepreneurs and their supporters gathered Thursday to crow about Reno’s Startup Row. They were at the Reno Collective to celebrate a number of firms that have been born, grown up, stayed and hired in Reno. Because many taken offices near the Collective’s hub at Arlington Towers, the area is known as Startup Row. […]
WordPress Meet-up Thursday, March 20 > 6 – 8 pm The Reno Collective 100 N. Arlington, Reno, NV map) Open to the public and free to attend 6:00 – 6:40 pm: Training Session for WordPress beginners / WordPress help desk 6:45 – 8 pm: 20-minute introduction Announcements News from the WordPress world Plugin of the […]
Back when I learned Fortran IV (and dinosaurs roamed the earth) computer programming was a capital and labor-intensive process that involved an IBM 360 mainframe, keypunch machines, and an amazing two-hour turnaround for most jobs. Today, you need just a laptop and a reasonably good Internet connection. These amazing technological changes lead us to this […]