by Devin Sizemore, Area Manager at BBSI As a business owner, situations like COVID-19 can send you into a tailspin. When an unexpected circumstance hits, you tend to redirect your focus and resources towards that situation. COVID-19 has probably taken that to the extreme for you. It is important to slow down and assess your […]
by Douglas Edmondo, member of Northern Nevada SCORE How do you know if your business idea has the potential to be successful? Conduct a market analysis. A market analysis is an in-depth assessment of the potential target market, your competition, and the need for a product or service, and provides a realistic and honest assessment […]
by Kandis Porter, Founder & Managing Director of Effective Flow Connections Many of us have been testing our conflict management skills recently. We are working in new ways, homeschooling children, spending endless hours sheltering-in-place with family members, and trying to maintain at least six-feet apart from others when we venture into the world to obtain […]
Nevadans anxiously and excitedly await each press conference with Governor Sisolak. Now about two months into staying at home, social distancing and slowed businesses, the state is itching to return to normal while continuing to keep citizens safe in the wake of coronavirus. Sisolak’s “Nevada United Roadmap to Recovery” is designed to build a path […]
There are many challenges ahead as companies realize they CAN run their businesses successfully with remote employees. Join NCET as Cybersecurity expert Tony Rucci shares information on how to protect your company as well as your personal systems and interests.
by Mike Metzger, Director of Sales for PacStates As the “New Normal” becomes a reality, many of us now find ourselves working from home. While many of us have worked from a home office before, for most it is a strange environment to become productive in. Along with the kids and dogs, the lack of […]
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