Startup of the Month: Trusty
Real estate platform adds perspective
“Why can you read reviews on what restaurant to eat at or hotel to stay at or what vacuum to buy, but when it comes to the largest financial purchase of your life, there’s nowhere to go?” says Tim Hyer, cofounder and CEO of Trusty.
Historic Power Plant on Sacramento River Converted to the New SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity
MOSAC set to open fall 2021 to teach kids and adults about STEAM in a fun and interactive way
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District Museum of Science and Curiosity revitalizes a historical landmark that will positively impact Sacramento and visitors from other communities.
Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Mental Health?
After the disruption of 2020, the push for more collaborative affiliations has become even more urgent. At the core of this evolving model is technology.
How Not to Get Hacked
Here’s an online-marketing security guide for the technically
disinclined to protect your website.
Startup of the Month: Reviver
Digital license plates turn cars into smart machines
How much would you pay to never have to step foot in the Department of Motor Vehicles again?
Insights on Innovation, Investing and Society
Impact Global Venture Summit is expected to mobilize 1,000 investors and entrepreneurs from the Capital Region and beyond
Sure to make a splash in the technology innovation space, the fourth annual Impact Global Venture Summit will be held on Thursday, October 7 at the brand-new SAFE Credit Union Convention Center.
Bringing Collegiate Esports to the Capital Region
A local business group is partnering with the Sacramento Kings
and Golden 1 Center to bring an esports competition with
approximately 20 colleges to Sacramento and Roseville this
Are You Ready for the TikTok Challenge?
Social media can grow a business’s audience — but only if it’s done right.
How an Expert in U.S.-China Trade Adapted to the Pandemic
Margaret Wong, a leader in U.S.-China trade for over three
decades, used to travel between the two countries up to eight
times a year. Here’s how she shifted gears when the borders
Apprenticeships Aren’t Just for Carpenters and Firefighters Anymore
Many experts see apprenticeships as the best way to match people looking for jobs with those that are in demand.