The 4th Annual Nevada Economic Development Conference takes a hyper-focused look at Nevada’s super-charged business and economic development trends, networks and ideas that are defining the new Nevada economy. The four keynote speakers scheduled to present at the conference are Raj Sisodia, Michael Tchong, Peter Kageyama and Mike Nager.
The cannabis industry is one marked with innovations throughout its product cycle; the marketing efforts behind this expanding industry are no exception. In large part due to regulatory constraints, those who take on the daunting task of effectively marketing a federally illegal drug have their work cut out for them.
On June 20th join Daniel Price, CEO of Breadware, in discussing the global movement of the Internet of Things and the concept of the connected economy.
The city of Reno and Flirtey are on the fast track for drone testing after being picked for a federal pilot program. The city and the Reno-based drone company were selected as one of 10 applicants out of more than 150 nationwide by the Department of Transportation to take part in the Federal Aviation Administration’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program, according to Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev.
Students learn how to deal with real-life health science scenarios in a variety of hands-on laboratories at the William N. Pennington Health Science Center. Experience it for yourself during NCET’s Tech Wednesday on June 13.
Business success is often measured by size attributes: revenue, number of employees, geographic coverage, growth rates etc. But these measures don’t reflect the functional development of the business – in other words, just how strong is the business, really? Is it able to grow sustainably? Are there opportunities to execute more profitably? Are there critical dependencies that are risks or limitations for the business? Answering these questions requires a framework for thinking about how a business is actually doing, such as this 6-level model.
On Saturday, May 5, at the 2018 North American Governors and Premiers Summit, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signed a memo of understanding (MOU) to collaborate on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology.