NextOp Veterans is excited to announce that they have expanded to New Orleans after partnering with NOLABA. To celebrate the development, NextOp will host a Veteran Transition Workshop and a Louisiana Launch Party on Feb. 1.
On Jan. 4, Gov. John Bel Edwards highlighted the selection of DXC Technology’s Digital Transformation Center in New Orleans as the nation’s No. 2 project in Business Facilities magazine’s 2017 Economic Development Deal of the Year competition. A Fortune 250 company, DXC Technology formed in April 2017
This blog series is part of the campaign to promote the New Orleans Health Innovators Challenge (NOLAHI), which will culminate with a pitch competition at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week (NOEW) in March 2018.
Parker N. Smith & David C. Rieveschl of Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann L.L.C. explain how intellectual property is an important issue for health technology startup companies.
Notice is hereby given that nominations for the New Orleans Business Alliance’s Board of Directors are currently being accepted. All nominations must be submitted in writing and delivered to the organization
Part of NOLABA's mission to build an equitable and sustainable economic future for New Orleans focuses on talent and workforce development. With the announcement of DXC Technology's digital transformation center coming to New Orleans, a spotlight is shining on military talent through a nonprofit organization called NextOp.