The University Economic Development Association 2019 Annual Summit convenes in Reno Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 2019, bringing a projected 250 attendees to explore manageable, scalable and impactful programs and projects that can be implemented by regions around the globe. “Designing Resilient Regions: The Biggest Little Ideas for ALL Ecosystems” is the theme for the conference to be held at the Whitney Peak Hotel in downtown Reno.
Back when many cities had just three TV stations and you had to walk to the TV to change channels, I looked forward to TV Guide’s Fall Preview of new and returning shows. With that in mind, here’s my annual NCET’s Fall Preview of programs and events designed to help Northern Nevada’s business community.
As a solution to those ever-growing challenges, sales teams are now turning to online networks to guide their prospects through the buyers’ journey. Specifically, they are leaning on LinkedIn for its powerful lead generation and nurturing capabilities.
Protecting the essentials in your business, whether it be the safety of your employees or your critical business data, is paramount. There needs to be a plan in place to make sure that you know exactly what needs to be done when a disaster does occur.
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.
My nature is to sit back, observe, and only speak when spoken to. But, in the world of business – that’s not a luxury we can afford as networking is crucial to building new relationships, and ultimately growing one’s client base and career.
While HAL and sinister robots set on world domination may not be in our future, wide-spread applications of Artificial Intelligence, or AI for short, is already here. To learn more about AI, we asked three of Northern Nevada’s top AI experts to share some datapoints and predictions.
Are you struggling to find and keep employees who come equipped with strong personal and interpersonal skills that you want or need them to have? You are not alone! Employers increasingly value these “soft skills” yet have trouble finding them in the candidate pool or developing them.
Lindsay Bradley and Bryce Warner have been elected to the board of directors of NCET, a member-supported non-profit that produces educational and networking events to help people explore businesses and technology.