Space is hard to come by for a startup in Silicon Valley — especially lab space. This is one of the many reasons why startup company Bioelectronica decided to branch out at the University of Nevada, Reno’s Nevada Center for Applied Research (NCAR).
by Chad Hallert Is your company producing great marketing that connects with your target audience and inspires action? If you’re like most organizations out there, the answer is no. Sure, there are pieces that stand out – a great tagline that sticks in our head or an innovative use of technology that gets a message […]
by Maddy Osman, GoDaddy Studies have shown that an estimated 62% of Americans sleep with their mobile phones in or near their beds. Entrepreneurs, who are often stretched thin by competing responsibilities and tasks, are without a doubt a big part of that number. What you can get done on your phone is incredible. And, with the […]
It’s less common these days for a hacker to distribute thousands of phishing e-mails in hopes that one or two of the potential victims will unwittingly provide access to a company’s computer files. Instead, hackers take the time to learn a little about a business and its owners so that they can make a phishing expedition that looks plausible to the recipient.
Here are the crazy eight mistakes you make when you sell your business: 8. You never scrub your fixed asset list Many reading this article have recently filed their personal property declaration with the county assessor. The mistake is innocent enough; you report the current year additions on the declaration. You give this same list […]
NCET helps you explores business and technology Consider the following scenario. You’re having an important conversation about a project with a work colleague. Suddenly, in response to a suggestion you make, your colleague rolls their eyes and says, “Are you nuts?! You don’t have a clue what you’re talking about!” Instantly, you feel tension build […]
The Nevada Chapter of the American Statistical Association presents its 2nd “State of Data Science” event and annual meeting. This virtual community event is open to the public.
Perhaps never before in recent history has health been so clearly in focus. And as employers have learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, it pays to protect employee health. While this is simply the right thing to do, it is also fiscally responsible. Employees who get sick may have to miss work, but allowing that will reduce the risk of them infecting other employees or customers. Stopping the spread of disease can therefore ease the burden on business.
Cinammon Davies and Renee McGinnes have been re-elected to the board of directors of NCET, a member-supported non-profit that produces educational and networking events to help people explore businesses and technology.