This event will address how to highlight your virtual leadership skills in your bio/résumé/social media, recognize pitfalls often associated with working virtually and challenge the assumption that virtual is not as good as face-to-face.
Session I - Annual Meeting/Chapter Elections
Session II - Disaster Recovery & Incident Response with Chip Moore & Tim Brown
About the Speakers
Chip Brown is the State of North Carolina's Chief Security and Risk Officer.
Tim Brown is the State of North Carolina's Chief Cyber Security Incident Handler.
The Small Business Supplier Fair is open to the public and all business industries to promote networking and procurement opportunities between large corporations and small business concerns such as Veteran-Owned, Woman-Owned, HUBZone, Small Disadvantaged businesses as well as business owners with 500 employees or less. Hosted by Cree, the Small Business Fair serves as a networking and procurement platform for small businesses exploring potential procurement opportunities through government contracting as well as subcontracting from large corporations.
For small, minority, veteran and women-owned business!
Most businesses believe getting certified is a magic bullet to getting business. That's not the case. Having the proper certification can allow your business to stand out from your competition and can open doors to new possibilities. Learn why it’s important to be certified and how to get certified. Hear from business owners who have completed the certification process, professionals that can help you along the way and from corporate decision makers on how they select vendors.
The North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) is hosting the annual State of Technology conference on April 25. This year’s focus is on how technology is fueling customer-driven business. Applicable to all companies, organizations, and institutions regardless of size or type. Nearly 400 leaders registered. General seating, reserved tables, and sponsorship details along with speaker lineup and agenda can be viewed at www.StateOfTech-NC.com.
Leadership as a concept means providing guidance to reach a specific goal. However, leadership in practice means much more. And it’s that distinction that serves as the driving force behind Refresh Leadership Live.
"No Business Plans Allowed!" Incube at Duke University is about solving problems through entrepreneurial actions like shipping products. Come join us to celebrate the culmination of the many modifications to the recipe, late night coding sessions, and intense grilling from our advisors.
We will be unveiling our demos and look forward to hearing what you think.
Food and drinks will be provided.
Sen. Kay R. Hagan is partnering with Wake Tech Community College for a job fair on April 2nd. So far, over 90 employers have signed up to participate. Available positions are diverse, and all job seekers are encouraged to attend. To make things easier, there is no pre-registration required, and no fee. Below is a sample of some of the participating companies: