News from The Innevation Center (December 8th)

The Innevation Center is a one-of-a-kind public/private conference, collaboration & coworking environment created by Switch. The mission is to boost and diversify Nevada’s economy. Below is top news that happened for The Innevation Center during the week of December 8, 2014.

 

#1 – Prestige Conference 2015

Prestige is a business & career development conference geared towards freelancers, entrepreneurs, and small shops operating in the digital marketplace.

“You won’t find programming tips or code workshops here; instead, you’ll hear national experts sharing their expertise and advice to help you launch your own business into the next stage of success,” The Innevation Center team wrote on their blog.

Save 20% with promo code VEGASTECH until December 31, 2014. More details here.

 

#2 – December Innevator Spotlight: TBAN

This month, The Innevation Center highlighted TBAN for their December Innevator Spotlight.

“TBAN is proactively fostering technology business growth in Nevada. They are dedicated to assisting technology-based startups and emerging and growth companies in finding the talent, customers, and financing needed to be successful. General membership is completely free; members are asked only to share TBAN’s mission. Benefits of membership include peer-to-peer networking, educational conferences and seminars, business development and industry partners, leadership opportunities, corporate awards, and more,” the team wrote on their blog.

On December 11, 2014, The Innevation Center welcomed TBAN for the 4th annual Startup Luncheon. The event was moderated by Jacqueline Jensen (Originate) and Shavonnah Tiera (LVMCC). Panelists included:

Tim McCalmant, Orion Network Solutions
George Diab, WorkingOn
Vicki Zhou, WiseBanyan
Jinger Zeng, Skyworks Aerial Systems
Stephanie Forte, Forte PR
Jeneen Minter, ROCeteer
Gia Moore, CCSD Magnet Schools and Career and Technical Academies

 

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