Is your business located in a distressed area of Nevada? Or do you want to find out more on programs that support business and community development? If so, find the answers you are looking for and join us to learn about New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) at this even hosted by the Nevada Department of Business and Industry.
What is an incubator? “… It creates a community or ecosystem for people that are starting businesses or may own a small business that’s starting to grow,” said Miya MacKenzie, chief professional officer of Adams Hub, located in downtown Carson City. “It’s providing the services for startups and small businesses that they need.”
Hardware Massive is a global hardware startup community with 30 chapters around the world. The Reno Chapter Launch Event is August 23, 2017 at the Innevation Center.
A bootcamp for startups in the Internet of Things space will give several young companies a unique opportunity to accelerate development of their concept and business this fall. InNEVator 2017, hosted through The Innevation Center University of Nevada, Reno, will be an intensive and active six-week program.
The benefits for businesses installing solar energy systems is the focus of a forum to be held the afternoon of Wednesday, August 16, 2017, at the University of Nevada, Reno’s Innevation Center, 450 Sinclair St., Reno.
At the heart of both companies’ products is photo-catalytic conversion. That technology relies on a titanium dioxide compound that becomes a highly effective air purification system when it’s exposed to ultraviolet light. Unlike traditional air filters, the technology doesn’t capture pollutants. It destroys them, turning them into water and carbon dioxide.
For anyone who has been paying attention to the developments at the TRI Center, it would be no surprise another world class operation is opening its doors at one of the world’s the largest industrial centers, currently home to companies like Tesla, Ebay and Zulily. In 2017, the wrappings will be taken off the latest high-tech operation at the immense industrial park as Switch christens its newest campus, and the first SUPERNAP facility of a planned 6,487,241 square feet of colocation datacenter space.
RENO Magazine sat down with co-founders from a trio of Reno tech firms. Two of the businesses are transplants, one is homegrown, and all started within the last three years. The co-founders, entrepreneurs each younger than 35, are helping to transform the perception of Reno and the city’s economic future.
Join the Clean Energy Project for a networking event and panel discussion on Thursday, October 20, 2016 on the opportunities and challenges presented by Question 3, the Energy Choice ballot initiative.