Technology companies continue to flock to Northern Nevada. In addition to bringing a slate of new jobs to the region, they also are providing an influx of capital that’s reshaping the region’s new economy.
What do Airforce One, Benefit Cosmetics and Apple stores have in common? Elemental LED, of course. Based in Reno, Elemental LED is a leading engineering and technology company that creates, develops, manufactures, markets and sells innovative, configured and integrated LED lighting solutions.
No company is bearing more fruit than Apple right now. Apple on August 2 became the world’s first publicly traded company to be valued at $1 trillion, according to the Associated Press.
The depth of the economic crater Nevada fell into—the state’s unemployment rate hit a staggering 14.5 percent in December 2010—makes its climb back to prosperity nothing short of remarkable. Nevada did much more than simply ride the rising tide of the national recovery. To put it simply, the Silver State reinvented itself.
Nanotechnology could soon help clean up almost all of the dirty water in Northern Nevada, making it safe to drink, Lance Gilman, the partner broker of the Tahoe-Reno Industrial Complex, said this week on “Nevada Newsmakers.”
How many times have you been out to lunch and heard someone one table over asking Apple’s voice assistant, Siri, a question? In my experience – many times – and we’ll soon see voice search become more prevalent in the months and years to come. Knowing that 60% of search is already being done on mobile devices, it’s easy to imagine just how quickly people could come to favor the ease of voice search over typing. So although you might already have an SEO strategy and a content marketing strategy, it’s time to adjust your course and think like Siri and Alexa would. Here are a few tips on how to get your website optimized for voice search.
We recently hosted the largest and most exciting technology conference in the history of Reno-Sparks: the VentureBeat Blueprint conference, an event that looked at ways to expand high tech across the country. In attendance were more than 300 tech executives and government leaders from more than 40 states, many that had never been here before!