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Games Aren’t Just for Kids! How Education and Corporations are Incorporating Technology to Accelerate New Ways of Learning

I recently attended a panel discussion on the exciting trend of game-based learning at DeVry University’s Fremont campus – an appropriate venue given that DeVry has a specialization in Web Game Programing. It was an informative session that was relevant …
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/05/games-arent-just-kids-how-education-and-corporations-are-incorporating-technology-accelerate-new-ways-learning

Tech Trend for Small Business: Mobile-Friendly Websites

Last November represented a tipping point for web browsing. More people accessed the internet from their phones than from desktops and laptops, according to ZDNet. And mobile internet usage has only continued to increase since then.
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/06/tech-trend-small-business-mobile-friendly-websites

Small Business Survey Shows Growth and New Pain Points

The City of Fremont, Fremont Chamber of Commerce, and Alameda County Small Business Development Center (Alameda County SBDC) have a successful partnership creating opportunities for small business owners to network and learn through a variety of workshops…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/07/small-business-survey-shows-growth-and-new-pain-points

#LifeLibertyLibraries −-- Community Partnerships that Promote Democracy

What does economic development have in common with libraries? We already knew the answer already as we headed to the Urban Library Council (ULC) Ppartners Cconference last week with Fremont's Chief Innovation Officer Kelly Kline in tow.
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/07/lifelibertylibraries-community-partnerships-promote-democracy

A Warm Welcome to Tina Kapoor – Fremont’s new Economic Development Manager!

Meet Tina Kapoor, Fremont’s new Economic Development Manager! Tina has a strong track record in economic development having previously worked for the City of San Jose, and as a longtime Fremont resident, she knows the community well. The following Q&A off…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/08/warm-welcome-tina-kapoor-fremonts-new-economic-development-manager

Biomedical Growth in Fremont and Beyond Presents New Opportunity for RK Logistics, Inc.

Since 1983, RK Logistics has provided third-party logistics (3PL) support to some of the region’s most iconic high-tech manufacturing companies, as well as local innovators and startups. As you can imagine, this business gives us a unique perspective on t…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/09/biomedical-growth-fremont-and-beyond-presents-new-opportunity-rk-logistics-inc-1

Inspiring the Next Generation of Makers: Fremont’s Push for Maker Education

Meet Parker Thomas, Fremont’s new FUSE Corps Executive Fellow, who will be spending the next 365 days forging the path for Fremont to become a Maker City. Parker will be collaborating with the City, the Fremont Unified School District, students, teachers,…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/10/inspiring-next-generation-makers-fremonts-push-maker-education

Intellectual Property — Protecting the Heart of Your Business from the Start

Our most recent workshop, in partnership with the Alameda County Small Business Development Center (Alameda County SBDC), presented tips on how to safeguard a business’ intellectual property (IP) and featured speaker IP Legal Strategist Soody Tronson. Acc…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/10/intellectual-property-protecting-heart-your-business-start

Data Scientist Bets on SF Bay Area for Amazon HQ2

The quest to win Amazon’s second headquarters has been eventful, to say the least. From offering big tax breaks to presenting a 21-foot cactus to Jeff Bezos, cities across North America have been courting Amazon with the hopes of convincing the retail tec…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/11/data-scientist-bets-sf-bay-area-amazon-hq2

ULI/PWC Real Estate Trends Report Suggests a “Long Glide Path to a Soft Landing”

The ever-present question about how long we can expect the good economy to last seems more pressing than ever. And where better to explore that question that at the Fall convening of the Urban Land Institute in Downtown Los Angeles? While this year’s ULI…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/11/ulipwc-real-estate-trends-report-suggests-long-glide-path-soft-landing