TEDxUniversityofNevada organizers have announced their seventh annual event will be Saturday, February 23, 2019 and the call for speakers will be open from June 1-July 6. Over the years, TEDxUniversityofNevada has become one of the most prominent TEDx events in the nation with videos reaching more than a combined 25 million views. The event has also brought some of the most well-known business trailblazers, influential media personalities and incredible performers to Reno, while also starting national dialogue and unveiling important issues in the community.
Many, if not all of us, are required to work remotely. The ability to complete our work while on the go is essential to not conceding deals to our competitors. The need for sales and professional services resources to urgently access company data from outside the office is more prevalent than before, as is the need to ensure remote access is secure.
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.
I often meet a new business and one of the first things we discuss is creating a brand. People assume that a brand is just a fancy logo. It’s not. I’m here to tell you that a well thought-out brand that stands the test of time will make you more money than that logo you paid someone on Fiverr to create. What is branding? Good question.
The high school seniors wore Tesla hats as they operated the various machines inside the Southeast Career Technical Academy’s advanced manufacturing lab in Las Vegas. Soon, they’ll be working full-time at the Tesla factory in Northern Nevada.
Innovation may be the most sought-after quality in the business world today. Every corporation craves a culture that celebrates and implements the new ideas that spark growth and create industry-leading products or services. But wanting to foster innovation and actually fostering innovation are two wildly different things.
Business success is often measured by size attributes: revenue, number of employees, geographic coverage, growth rates etc. But these measures don’t reflect the functional development of the business – in other words, just how strong is the business, really? Is it able to grow sustainably? Are there opportunities to execute more profitably? Are there critical dependencies that are risks or limitations for the business? Answering these questions requires a framework for thinking about how a business is actually doing, such as this 6-level model.