The structure created by those visionary leaders — today known as NCET — has grown into an organization 600 members strong that’s the largest educational and networking organization in Northern Nevada. As NCET celebrates its anniversary this year, business leaders credit the organization with establishing the foundation for today’s burgeoning tech sector in northern Nevada.
This is a Biz Café that is all about community good. Rachel Gattuso, APR, President/Founder of The Gattuso Coalition, is ready to talk to you about “Business Giving Habits That Change Communities.”
One of the many things I love about working at NCET is getting to meet the incredible people and companies who drive our vibrant and diverse business and technology community. One of the ways I discover them is through the annual NCET and EDAWN Awards.
Inevitably, conflict is a part of everyone’s work and personal lives. It’s what you do with the conflict that will save your business or sink it – especially in a startup. If you don’t control it, and quickly, the risk that you’ll lose everything you’ve worked hard to build is astonishingly high.
It’s evident that education cannot remain static and neither can it exist as separate from the real world. Rather, experts agree it needs to be made up of a series of interconnected, flexible institutions that reflect the change of Nevada industries and the demands and opportunities of technology.
Local and regional industries will come together as part of the University of Nevada, Reno’s inaugural cybersecurity conference from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., April 2 in the Joe Crowley Student Union. Participants will discuss ways to tackle the growing challenges in cybersecurity through building a collaborative and synergistic relationship between industries and academia.
The one thing we know about life is this – nothing changes until we take action. But what gets you to take action? Before you take any action you must first make a decision.
You’re taking action now to read this article. But before you did that you had to first make a decision to do so. You had to decide if this was going to bring value, whether you will learn from it, or if it will help you grow in some way. And once you made those decisions, you could take action and read on.