Imagine if mining companies could send an unmanned aerial vehicle, instead of a person, into a dark, narrow underground area to document the landscape or the scene following an industrial accident. Well, the Autonomous Robots Labs (ARL) at the University of Nevada, Reno is developing the technology for autonomous aerial robots to do just that, to explore, survey, map and monitor underground mines when they can’t rely upon an operator’s vision or the Global Positioning System (GPS).
One of the main barriers ex-felons have in order to re-enter society successfully is getting a job. So, if you have a business and believe that individuals deserve a second chance and you also want the opportunity to make a significant difference in someone’s life, ask yourself: What are the pros and cons of hiring an ex-felon?
Building an organic page is establishing your brand culture. It’s where your fans and people go to see what you’re up too. But what about the people that don’t know you?
That is where paid ads come in. Built specifically for reaching out to people that do not know you. Read on to find more on organic social media feeds vs. paid advertising. Do you need both?
Mining companies from around the world have begun using artificial intelligence in their operations. From safety and maintenance, to exploration and autonomous vehicles, and drills, AI is being used to navigate efficiencies and speed. With this new technology, however, comes an ever-growing need for a workforce who can navigate these new systems.
Is your business located in a distressed area of Nevada? Or do you want to find out more on programs that support business and community development? If so, find the answers you are looking for and join us to learn about New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) at this even hosted by the Nevada Department of Business and Industry.
You’ve taken the time to attend a network event, make conversation, and create some connections. What’s next? Here are 5 suggested steps to keep the conversation going.
Any successful relationship is built on clear communication. It’s true in marriages. And it’s equally true in the relationship between brands and influencers. In a study published by my firm, The Abbi Agency, our research finds that social media influencers commonly cite weak communication with brands as their biggest headache — and a reason that influencer-based initiatives fail to deliver on their full promise.