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2017 EDAWN Award for Adams Hub

Adams Hub has been chosen as the recipient of the 2017 EDAWN (Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada) Award for Program of the Year. The award was presented on March 30th during 10th annual Technology Awards at the Atlantis Casino Resort & Spa. The NCET Technology Awards celebrate the individuals and companies who have greatly enhanced the growth and prestige of the technology . The Awards recognize the people and resources that have played an integral part in contributing to the growth of our community.

City officials and local experts meet with a group of visiting Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative fellows at the Adams Hub for Innovation in Carson City, Nev. on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016.
Photo by Cathleen Allison

“We’re delighted to receive this honor,” said Miya MacKenzie, Chief Professional Officer of Adams Hub for innovation. “We’ve kicked off lots of new programming in the past year to support entrepreneurs and small businesses. This award is validation that those efforts are making a difference.”

New program launches in 2016 included a Carson City chapter of Entrepreneurs Assembly, the award-winning Nevada nonprofit; a Pre-Accelerator program facilitated by Kevin Lyons; Research Ninjas, on-site Carson City Librarians who assist clients and community businesses with deep research using proprietary databases; and Lunchbox Learning, monthly sessions with subject matter experts on a key business-building topics. A 2017 addition is “Motivation Mondays,” one-on-one entrepreneurial-effectiveness coaching with Diane Dye Hansen of What Works Coaching.

“Adams Hub has extended our programs beyond traditional incubation,” explained MacKenzie. “Our goal is to foster and increased employment throughout the Northern Nevada business community.” To that end, a number of the ‘s services are offered to community businesses and non-profits. “We’re building an ecosystem that supports peak performance for the entrepreneur and solopreneur,” she said.

Entrepreneurs Assembly Carson: Where do you want to go in 2017?

Local entrepreneurs can begin their year on the right foot: Entrepreneurs Assembly (EA) Carson starts the New Year on a new schedule: the second Wednesday of the month from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Entrepreneurs, , small businesses, even people working on a new business idea are welcome. There is no charge to participate, and meetings are held at The Studio at Adams Hub, 177 W. Proctor, in Carson City.

EA is a Nevada non-profit whose mission is growing opportunity and prosperity throughout the state through entrepreneurship and . There are now thriving chapters in Reno, South Lake and Incline. EA also launches chapters in 2017 at UNLV and Henderson, Nevada.

City officials and local business experts meet with a group of visiting Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative fellows at the Adams Hub for Innovation in Carson City, Nev. on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016.  Photo by Cathleen Allison

Entrepreneurs Assembly Meeting at The Studio at Adams Hub. Photo by Cathleen Allison

During each meeting, round tables facilitated by experienced volunteer business who act as a “virtual business incubator” in which participants work on their business, not in their business. Confidentiality is key, as members discuss their business . Mentors and peers alike join in the lively interactions, and the formulates a plan of action for the next 30 days. (EA is not a or leads group, though networking happens and business leads often occur.)

“The beauty of this format is that it creates accountability for entrepreneurs, who are generally accustomed to going it alone,” says Matt Westfield, the founder of EA. “This helps keep them on track, moving forward, and making progress. Just as important, our members are able to discuss challenges and concerns that they may not even share with their family members. Our motto is founders helping founders.

Since its inception in 2011, EA has provided support to over 1,000 Nevada entrepreneurs.

To participate, RSVP to grow@adamshub.com or call 775.222.0001.  You’re also welcome to simply show up on the evening of the meeting.

 

 

Save the Date! Launch Party 8/3 for The Studio at Adams Hub

 

The Studio at Adams Hub is nearly complete! We’re planning our launch for Wednesday, August 3, from 5-7 p.m. The Studio is an exciting new extension of our business incubator and co-working facility. This versatile space will host seminars, workshops, social events, company retreats and fundraisers.

With a theme of “Launching Innovators,” the party will include gourmet treats from local food and beverage innovators as well as prize giveaways. (Even free coworking memberships for some lucky new members!)

Guests will have a chance to participate in an interactive “treasure hunt” to learn more about the programs that Adams Hub supports. These include the New Entrepreneur Network, in partnership with the Boys and Girls Club, and the brand new Entrepreneurs Assembly at the Capitol, which will hold its monthly EARN (Entrepreneurs Assembly Round Table) meetings at The Studio.

The first 20 guests to RSVP online will also receive a VIP Adams Hub Gift Bag when they check in.

RSVP for the Launch Party at http://thestudioatadamshublaunchparty.eventbrite.com

Or call (775) 222-0001 for more information or assistance.

 

Milton in Carson City

You don’t want to miss this free event, sponsored by Adams Hub for and many of our great partners!  Milton Chen will sure to give us the inspiration for innovation.  Check out the press release in the Nevada Appeal in the link below:

Carson City Brewery Arts Center hosting Milton Chen’s talk on innovation March 16 | NevadaAppeal.com

“On a two-day speaking tour, Chen will address students at Carson High, Carson Middle, Eagle Valley Middle and St. Teresa of Avila schools. He will also tour the Innevation Center at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Chen will discuss the principles of his book as well as how to embrace a habit of learning, how to use this new-found energy to encourage engagement, spark innovation and impact the future of the community.

Curated from Carson City Brewery Arts Center hosting Milton Chen’s talk on innovation March 16 | NevadaAppeal.com

 

TEDx in Carson City: Part 2

The next wave of Tedx Carson City has been revealed! This ever-growing roster features a diverse cast, from an adventurous photographer who urges you to embrace discomfort in order to breed creativity, to a celebrated city planner who wants to make “walking distance” a ubiquitous term within a , to 16-year-old Bryce O’Connor, who’s putting in his 2-cents on the education system.

Tedx Bringing Diverse Speakers to Carson City

Bryce O’Connor, a 16 year-old from Carson City, will talk about the need for our educational system to recognize skill beyond the standard subjects. His interests lie primarily in the arts, specifically filmmaking, performing and writing.

Read about these speakers and more here:  Tedx Bringing Diverse Speakers To Carson City

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