As the cost of living and doing business in mega-cities continues to break records, entrepreneurs are discovering a desirable alternative: neighboring Reno, Nevada. No longer known for its gaming culture, Reno is building a reputation as the right place for entrepreneurs who are ready to bet on themselves and their big ideas.
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Grow with Google aims to help everyone access the best of Google’s training and tools to grow their skills, careers, businesses, and nonprofits. The Google.org Impact Challenge Nevada will award $1,000,000 in grant funding to nonprofits creating economic opportunity in our cities and towns. Local nonprofits submit innovative proposals and a panel of judges and the public help decide five winners.
Google has kicked off a $1 million Google.org Impact Challenge Nevada and called on nonprofits throughout the state to submit their boldest ideas to create economic opportunities for their community. NCET’s own Dave Archer has been chosen as a judge.
Northern Nevada is at a watershed moment for angel and startup investing. Homegrown tech companies such as Clickbio, NevadaNano, Filament and Breadware, along with larger newcomers such as New Deantronics, Figure and Elemental LED, are transforming the entrepreneurial development scene in Northern Nevada.
Thanks to two Environmental Protection Agency grants, Western Nevada College in Carson City is launching a statewide green business program and a database for collecting outcomes that measure environmental performance for the state, WNC announced earlier this month.
Google broke ground in Nevada on its newest data center and announced a new Google Cloud region. The tech company also kicked off a $1 million Google.org Impact Challenge Nevada and called on nonprofits throughout the state to submit their boldest ideas to create economic opportunities for their community.