The depth of the economic crater Nevada fell into—the state’s unemployment rate hit a staggering 14.5 percent in December 2010—makes its climb back to prosperity nothing short of remarkable. Nevada did much more than simply ride the rising tide of the national recovery. To put it simply, the Silver State reinvented itself.
Join us in person for free training, demos, coaching with Googlers and more on August 6 at the Nevada Museum of Art form 9 AM until 5 PM – Drop in for 5 minutes or stay the whole day. We’ll have workshops, one-on-one coaching, hands-on demos, networking and more!
When someone mentions Nevada’s top industries, what do you think of? Gaming? Mining? Renewable energy? How about Beef Stew? Nevada is home to one-half million cattle, as well as some of the nation’s largest potato, white onion and seed garlic farms. (Hmm. “Nevada: The Beef Stew State.”)
ITS Logistics, a locally-founded, third-party logistics company that helps big and small businesses manage their shipping, warehousing, and freight brokerage needs. See how this enthusiastic team delivers wins for ITS and northern Nevada during our August Tech Wednesday.
Hey, Google, when is the “Grow With Google” tour coming to Reno? The answer is, “a lot sooner than you think.” Google’s national digital training tour will make a stop in the Biggest Little City on August 6.
Join us for our OPEN HOUSE & ANNIVERSARY PARTY on Thursday, July 19th from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome! Come to see the space (formerly Granny’s House Recording Studio), meet the people, and figure out just what exactly it is that we do here. Cold Brew coffee courtesy of our neighbors at Coffeebar, beer provided by our friends at Battle Born Beer, and of course snacks!
Enter NevadaNano’s Molecular Property Spectrometer Indoor Air Quality Sensor, which represents a breakthrough in gas sensing performance. By using nanotechnology, NevadaNano was able to create a sensor that enables smart home air quality monitors, smart air purification systems, and smart ventilation systems to monitor indoor air quality and automatically take action when it isn’t safe.