Why Expert Legal Advice Is Crucial for Your Business

Legal matters play a significant role in the operation of any business. Navigating the web of laws, regulations, and contracts can pose challenges for business owners. This is where seeking advice becomes essential. Consulting with advisors helps safeguard your business interests and ensures compliance with the law. In this blog, we will delve into why obtaining counsel is vital for the prosperity and longevity of your business.

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Las Vegas Car Accident? Don’t Face It Alone: Expert Help from Lerner and Rowe

The bright lights and bustling energy of Las Vegas can quickly turn into a nightmare scenario if you’re involved in a car accident. Disoriented, injured, and facing a mountain of paperwork, the last thing you need is to navigate the legal system alone. That’s where Lerner and Rowe, a powerhouse personal injury law firm with a proven track record, steps in. Continue reading “Las Vegas Car Accident? Don’t Face It Alone: Expert Help from Lerner and Rowe”

How To Hire an Ecommerce Expert for Your Business in 2024

E-commerce, representing the future of retail and sales, is expected to surpass trillions of dollars in global online sales. Modern consumers, prioritizing digital channels, now expect to shop anytime, anywhere, and for anything using various devices. For brands, making the full transition to e-commerce might require specialized expertise in technology, the user experience, operations and the digital marketing. Aside from attempting to build these competencies in-house, having an experienced ecommerce consultant will simplify the launching, as well as scaling online stores for long-term growth and profitability. Continue reading “How To Hire an Ecommerce Expert for Your Business in 2024”

Does Your Business Need an In-house AI Expert?

In-house IT departments are powerful resources of tech knowledge and skill. Many IT specialists have excellent credentials and capabilities across a wide variety of tech spheres, from network architecture to application programming to cybersecurity and more. Some IT generalists have also demonstrated some ability to implement AI effectively — but that might not be enough for organizations looking to capitalize on the power of AI into the future. Continue reading “Does Your Business Need an In-house AI Expert?”

Business Blogs That Work: Eight Tips for Building a Successful One and what to blog about

These days, it seems business blogs are everywhere. And why not? They’re simple to set up, and they’re a great way to promote your products and services. But here’s the real question: Do they get results?

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Dev Tip – Esri Global Disaster Resilience App Challenge 2014

This interesting update comes from Esri… Do you have any interest in winning 10 THOUSAND bucks? Of course you do! You also have an interest in how your developer skills can tackle the issue of Climate Change with GIS, right? Well, you should definitely enter the Esri Climate App Challenge we’re running. Check out www.esri.com/un-app- challenge! Continue reading “Dev Tip – Esri Global Disaster Resilience App Challenge 2014”

Awesome Geo Technology – 10 Cool things seen at ESRIUC 2014

Indeed there’s no shortage of cool and amazing technology to touch, see, and hear about at ESRIUC, actually, its almost overwhelming so creating a list of just 10 awesome things I saw is no simple task. Hopefully I won’t crush any feelings for those not mentioned here and just let it be known that this list could likely easily be rehashed into a “100 Cool things” list if I had the time! Continue reading “Awesome Geo Technology – 10 Cool things seen at ESRIUC 2014”

2014 San Diego Gaslamp Quarter Bars and Restaurant Map – Just in time for #ESRIUC

As we do every year for ESRIUC, we’re glad to once again share with you this very handy San Diego Gaslamp Bar and Restaurant map from our friends at GaslampMap.com – this year we have a printed map {PDF} and a webmap to share.

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Denver ranked in top 10 for best places for STEM graduates

This comes to us via Denver Business Journal so it may be a little biased {smile}, nonetheless it’s still rather interesting and great news for the Colorado  Front Range… Continue reading “Denver ranked in top 10 for best places for STEM graduates”

National Map’s Historical Topographic Map Collection – 178,000 historical topographic maps of the US

Here’s a fabulous digital archive with tens of thousands of maps for your viewing and printing pleasure! Available in time for the Fourth of July and able to be accessed on all digital devices, the USGS Historical Topographic Map Explorer brings to life more than 178,000 maps dating from 1884 to 2006. Continue reading “National Map’s Historical Topographic Map Collection – 178,000 historical topographic maps of the US”

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