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.
The 4th Annual Nevada Economic Development Conference takes a hyper-focused look at Nevada’s super-charged business and economic development trends, networks and ideas that are defining the new Nevada economy. The four keynote speakers scheduled to present at the conference are Raj Sisodia, Michael Tchong, Peter Kageyama and Mike Nager.
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!
Technology could be the most significant growth industry in Northern Nevada since the legalization of gaming in 1931. With that in mind, NCET and the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) recently recognized those helping to turn the region into a tech hub.
Join the Northern Nevada Business Weekly, Nevada State Bank, NCET and a powerhouse panel of workforce development leaders on Thursday, March 1, 2018 from 7 to 9 am at Atlantis Casino Resort Spa. The panel includes representatives from JOIN Inc., University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), Community Services Agency (CSA), Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC), Nevada Youth Empowerment Project (NYEP) and the Career College of Northern Nevada.
Atlantis Casino Resort Spa has launched a partnership with Israeli Water Tech Company, WINT, and WaterStart, a water technology incubator based out of Las Vegas. The pilot project has Atlantis using WINT’s smart meter technology that uses pattern recognition and algorithms to analyze water flow to cut water costs and help prevent costly water damage.
Coaching salespeople when they return from a sales call is important business. It needs to be done routinely and consistently. Salespeople will do a much better job if they know they may be asked for very specific information after a sales call. Having a post-call report format is a good idea, but a quick email or phone call with the right information can tell you exactly where the salesperson stands with that sales objective. Post-call assessments can be quick and painless. Here are some questions you could ask.