Northern Nevada is one of the premier locations in the United States for business and the development of new services and technologies. In the digital age, connectivity is essential for all businesses. At the end of the day, technology just needs to work, and PacStates works 24/7 to make that happen.
When done well, using social media can help create deeper personal relationships with customers and increase brand engagement. Social media also offers the ability to quickly spread the word about promotions and deals. While there is no right or wrong way to do social media, remembering a few of the basics is important.
Along with a panel of local judges, tech giant Google this week announced the five winning nonprofits for Nevada’s inaugural Google.org Impact Challenge. Each of the five winning organizations, announced Nov. 19, will receive $175,000.
As a person who lives and breathes your business, you know your customers’ thoughts, goals and obstacles from A to Z. Right? I would suggest that in many cases, you do not. And that’s totally understandable, and totally ok. Here’s why.
Nevada Industry Excellence is hosting the inaugural Nevada Manufacturing and Technology Forum on November 19, 2019 at 7 a.m. in an effort to build a strong voice for manufacturers and tech companies in Nevada.
Through an ongoing collaborative partnership between Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) and the University of Nevada, Reno in cooperation with Entrepreneurship Assembly, the “Entrepreneurship Jumpstart” class will once again be offered in January 2020.
2020 is on the horizon, and with it, new trends in tech and digital marketing will define how marketers approach the beginning of a new decade full of innovation. Keep an eye on these three evolving digital marketing trends and how they are pushing the envelope of how marketers can most effectively reach their audiences for maximum ROI.
Figure Technologies, a financial technology company headquartered in San Francisco, expects to double the size of its current 75-employee staff in Reno during the next year.
Nevada is open for business. The state is considered business friendly, and that goes for international corporations and small minority owned businesses equally.