Local distilleries aren’t just producing hand sanitizer to keep individuals healthy – local businesses now need hand sanitizer to be allowed to open their doors again. On May 12, new regulations went into effect for Nevada County that allow certain businesses to open with strict protocols in place, which include lots of hand sanitizer. Andy…
The Small Business Development Center has released a document laying out ways for your small business to economically survive through the current corona virus crisis. Please share this pdf with anyone who is trying to figure out how to keep their business afloat in these uncertain times. There is more information on the SBDC website….
Library Helps Close the Digital Divide in Nevada County The days when libraries existed just to loan books are long gone. As Pew research puts it, the library is transforming “from a house of knowledge to a house of access.” Internet access is now critical for everything from research to looking for and applying for…
As Nevada County’s entrepreneurial tech scene becomes more connected, it becomes stronger. But finding a place to connect can be a challenge.
Nevada County just proved again that our local tech businesses are creating award-winning products. THREE Nevada County companies recently won awards for their innovative products: TraitWare, Autometrix, and Telestream.
Entrepreneurs and tech businesses in Nevada County need to connect with each other and with local tech talent in order to thrive. The solution is connecting all of the necessary aspects of a thriving tech economy in a tech ecosystem.
The digital disruption of traditional industries, a shift to cloud-based software, and an increase in working remotely all have the potential to give Nevada County an advantage in growing our local tech economy.
Learn how Nevada County’s tech ecosystem is evolving in KNCO interview with Shavati Karki-Pearl and Tim Corkins.
Autometrix is a Nevada County manufacturing company that makes world-class products.