The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN), dignitaries, community guests and Title Sponsor, Switch, celebrated the success and contributions of existing primary companies in the Greater Reno-Sparks area at the 7th Annual Existing Industry Awards Event held at the Grand Sierra Resort. NCET took home the Community Partner award.
Because of changes to Facebook’s algorithm this year, regular posting to your company’s page probably isn’t getting the return you once enjoyed. This means loyal customers likely aren’t seeing your posts, and potential customers have fewer opportunities to discover you. The way to get content in front of Facebook audiences now is buying ads, and luckily Facebook makes this very easy and inexpensive — you can spend as little as $1/ad.
Since millennials are loosely defined as those born between 1982 and 2004, I’m nowhere near being one. But I love the way they think and the ideas they bring to the table — including avocado toast. In broad strokes, here are just a few ways I see millennials improving the workplace.
Robots navigate obstacle courses and autonomous vehicles learn how to drive at the Nevada Center for Applied Research at the University of Nevada, Reno. And, that’s what’s happening in only one room of the three-story building. On the other floors, startups and other companies can access the physical and intellectual assets of the university to do groundbreaking research and create life-saving innovations.
Small businesses drive both national and local economies. Join us as we bring corporations and government agencies together with small and diverse-owned businesses for a day of networking and cutting edge business education. More than networking, it’s about connecting with your community.
Build Your Network for Success is a professional networking dinner aimed at bringing students, business leaders, and professionals together to share thoughts and perceptions on the world of business. Through Build Your Network For Success, we strive to provide connections, business opportunities and ventures from the business community.
By now, most business owners have at least dabbled in Facebook advertising. Facebook still is the No. 1 social media platform by sheer audience size, after all. And whether the results weren’t what you hoped for (and you stopped) or you’re still hesitant to jump in, here are three reasons why Facebook advertising should be part of your monthly advertising budget.