Weekly Recap – March 23, 2018

Ellyn Davidson 03/23/18 - 12:20 pm

A supermodel with coding ability? Check. Making coding lessons more accessible to young girls? Double check. Diversity is a competitive weapon in the tech industry. Move over “smart homes,” smart cities are coming to town. How to survive a brand crisis? Plan before it hits.


Karlie Kloss and Teach for America team up to help 1,000 girls learn to code. Check out how the supermodel is inspiring young girls to pursue careers in the tech industry.

The tech talent gap is real. Increased diversity is the solution. When we’re surrounded by people with different experiences, our brains do something incredible.

The ‘fourth industrial revolution’ is upon us. Get ready for a next-generation wireless network. Take a look at some of the ways 5G might transform cities over the next few years.

4 steps for effectively managing a PR crisis. Each crisis may come as a surprise, but your response should not be. Get prepared by following these steps.

Meanwhile, back at the RANCH

At-home healthcare testing: fad or future? Patients no longer have to expose themselves and others to germs as they wait to receive test results and prescription refills. See how far at-home testing might go.

AR in the OR. Innovation’s on the rise. So is Augmented Reality. Check out how companies are stitching AR into the healthcare industry.

THE Topic of conversation

Millennials. Discover who Millennials are, why it’s important to market to them, and how you can increase brand loyalty and engagement. Download our free whitepaper “8 Rules of Marketing to Millennials.”


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