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.
Steve Cerocke, founder of IT Technology Solutions, will present an overview of Windows 10, focusing on how the Microsoft ecosystem of business-centric solutions is designed to use Windows 10’s features and functionality to reach new levels of productivity within your organization.
NCET cordially invites you and your staff to a Holiday Networking Lunch. December’s luncheon will focus and mixing and mingling, and Melissa Marsh, founder/owner of HRinDemand will share quick tips on “Three Ways to Refresh Your Employment Strategy for 2016!” Join us for Tech Bite on Wednesday, December 16, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Atlantis.
Edward Estipona, President of the Estipona Group for the past 22 years, has operated a “virtual” company with more than a dozen employees. Join us at November’s Tech Bite luncheon to learn more about remote or distributed business operations.
On October 28, Nicole Rose Dion will share facts, tips, and tricks about Gmail. By the time you leave the luncheon you will know how to use labels/folders in Gmail to help organize your email; manage contacts and groups, and how to strive (and hopefully achieve) and empty inbox.
Small businesses and entrepreneurs aren’t certain where to go to take the next steps to launch a company that can create jobs, generate profits, and benefit customers throughout Northern Nevada and the rest of the world. They don’t know to whom they can turn to get them to the next level. For a decade, NCET has addressed this need with its annual Small Business Expo. The Expo provides entrepreneurs and small business owners with the practical knowledge, tactics, and the tools they need to start a business or spur the growth of an existing venture. In a single day during the Small Business Expo, business owners — and those who hope to launch a business — can visit with professionals, experts, and representatives of government agencies.
Alice Heiman, of Alice Heiman LLC will share facts, tips, and tricks about utilizing LinkedIn for your company. You will learn how to set up a company LinkedIn page, have an idea about writing engaging content which generates comments, and learn about branding your company on LinkedIn.
Reno’s bustling events season provides a wealth of experiences for locals. But for those on the planning and execution side of these events, finding a voice above the noise can be daunting. Social media can offer a multitude of opportunities to connect with potential attendees, promote your event and offer real-time updates. Try these four ideas to harness social media for your next event.