Image Craft Talks Environmental Graphics
Once, all employees expected from their workplace was a desk, computer, mildly acceptable coffee and a paycheck every other week. For companies to attract today’s brightest talent, they better have a workplace that transcends mere function and inspires, entertains and captures the culture of the organization. The most recent Experience Index by Gensler’s Research Institute found that 80% of people that have a great workplace experience can identify with something unique about their office design. And environmental graphics are a key ingredient.
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Qwick Launches On-Demand Hospitality Platform
The on-demand gig economy is the new normal. Powered by innovations in technology, it is transforming how we travel, eat, sleep and now work. Introducing Qwick, a robust mobile-friendly, simple, cost-effective platform created to deal with the pains of staffing in the hospitality industry.
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New Engineering Center Planned for Tucson
AXISCADES, an India-based global provider of innovative engineering solutions for the mining, construction, aerospace, defense, automotive, energy and healthcare industries, plans to expand into Tucson, where it will create hundreds of jobs primarily in mechanical and electrical engineering.
The company expects to fill 320 jobs at the new engineering center during the next five years. They also will serve in roles in finance, research and development, human resources, sales and project management.
The new operation will expand the company’s ability to provide engineering services to U.S.-based manufacturers. “We chose Tucson to be closer to Caterpillar, one of our key customers, as well as other clients in the mining industry,” said Mritunjay Singh, the company’s CEO and executive director.
ASU College of Law Center in Blockchain Group
The Center for Law, Science & Innovation (CLSI) at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University in downtown Phoenix is joining the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium to help develop standards and governance structures for the use of blockchain technology in the legal industry.
The CLSI is among more than 75 universities, organizations, law firms and businesses in the consortium. This year the CLSI will offer one of the first courses on blockchain law in the country.
The consortium brings key stakeholders together to create standards for the development and implementation of blockchain technology for the legal industry with a focus on enhancing the security, privacy, productivity and interoperability of its technology ecosystem.