NCET invites you to attend a CPE-accredited educational conference exclusively for IT professionals focusing on the latest developments in this constantly changing information technology environment. As a key-influencer on the evaluation of IT solutions, INTERFACE was developed for you.
NCET invites business and technology leaders and advocates to the Nevada Economic Development Conference from Monday, August 20, 2018 to Wednesday, August 22, 2018 at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa. Early Bird Registration ends July 6!
According to Kylie Rowe, a local Reno professional who recently gave a presentation on personal branding at a Nevada Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (NCET) event, your personal brand exists whether you like it or not. Personal branding is about taking ownership of your actions online, choosing to play an active role in your own process of unfolding, and deciding to leverage the web to build your networks in a way that supports the goals you want to achieve. It also is consistent with your life offline.
If panelists of the 2nd Annual NCET State of Digital Marketing luncheon were knights of the round table, then content would still remain king. But being king is more than simply owning a position. It’s leading with a vision and mobilizing villagers to take action toward something more meaningful. While the tone of the inaugural event in 2016 revealed trends on content positioning, the 2017 event had a strong emphasis on influencers and customization.
The cloud has become an integral component for enterprise businesses worldwide, yet many small businesses have been slow adopters of this technology. Join NCET for Tech Bite on March 23, and learn what you can do to make the right cloud decisions for your business.
Join NCET for Tech Bite on February 24, and get the scoop on live streaming from Matt Lush, Account Executive with Abbi Agency. Matt will discuss the current streaming apps available and focus on their use for business, news and citizen journalism.
When the recession hit in 2008, Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology was a statewide organization focused on fostering an environment where high-growth entrepreneurial companies and tech companies could flourish. Funding was provided primarily by Federal earmarks. Then, earmarks were discontinued and the organization was left high and dry.