Tesla supplier CATL reviews battery swapping business overseas

CATL is the world’s largest maker of electric vehicle batteries and suppliers to the likes of Tesla and Ford. Pavlo Gonchar | SOPA Images | Lightrocket | Getty Images CATL, the world’s largest electric vehicle battery maker, is considering expanding its battery swapping business into international markets, a senior executive told CNBC. CATL, or Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Limited, is a supplier to companies like Tesla and Ford. Related investment news Qualcomm’s first auto investor day gives signs that the industry is embracing the technology platform In January, Chinese battery…

The newly elected SSMID Executive Director talks about the future plans of the Southern Business District

IOWA CITY, Iowa (KCRG) – A multi-site improvement program in Iowa City is growing in the South District. It is called SSMID or Self Supporting Municipal Improvement District. Under the new leadership. The Southern District could see more confidence for business owners there. Tasha Lard actively supports small business owners throughout Iowa. “I have clients from Johnson, Washington, Linn County, and I encourage them all to put their business cards here,” she told TV-9 as she showed a wall of business cards from other places in the area. As a…

BGL Business Services Insider

Cleveland, September 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Contact centers are being forced to become more efficient due to the COVID-19 pandemic, technology adoption, remote work and increasing timelines for omnichannel customer interactions, according to an industry report from the Business Services Investment Banking Group. Brown Gibbons Lang & Company (BGL). Read Business Services Insider – The Mid-Game Pillar: The Contact Center Industry Is Quickly Adjusting to Market Forceshttps://bit.ly/BusServInsider With increasing technology adoption and demand for remote work, Covid-19 has forced contact centers to become more efficient. Tweet this According to an…

Students learn business at a depository.

KEOKUK (WGEM) – When Kaiden King was in seventh grade, he saw that students needed clothes and everyday items. “I thought about it and two other kids agreed with it, so we started working here, we started a thrift store so we could help kids who needed clothes,” King said. The Main Exchange Thrift Store gives Keokuk students the opportunity to shop for gently used clothing and teaches student workers how to run a business. The store provides deodorant, toothbrushes and other hygiene items to students who need them. Iowa…

Looking at 320 picture decks, what science tells us works best • TechCrunch

Investors will spend 24% less time looking at pitch floors in 2022 than in 2021, and you have less than three minutes on average to convince them to book a meeting with you. In fact, for decades Failed. Investors leave in 2 minutes and 13 seconds to raise funds. That’s not a lot of time to make a first impression, so you have to make it count. It’s rare that I get to talk to someone who’s a big pitch deck nerd like me, but when I finally got around…

Google’s $30 Chromecast remote • TechCrunch takes a closer look

To get TechCrunch’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3pm PDT; Register here. Hey guys! Chromecasts have been a hacker and nerd favorite for a moment or two, and we’re psyched (remotely) to see the price drop to $30. hardware, Brian And Kirsten They just published our first look review of the Apple Watch Ultra, so we’ve been enjoying that too. – Christine And came TechCrunch’s Top 3 Love gadgets? Love today’s newspaperGoogle’s new Chromecast is a quadruple threat: it has 4K HDR support,…

A Lexington business was robbed

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – A Lexington family was hit by burglars not once, but twice at their local business. The Java Jukebox on Maxwell Street was hit early Thursday morning. Local musician Len Allen opened Java’s Jukebox Cafe and Restaurant in July with a major goal in mind. “Louisville has a strong community around music right now and my main focus is to bring that to Lexington,” said owner Len Allen. He wants to create an exciting environment for musicians and music lovers. But on Thursday morning, the wrong person…

UNCW has named Gino Z. Galutera associate vice chancellor for business services

Thursday September 22, 2022 Following a national search, Gino Z. Galutera has been named associate vice chancellor for business services at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. His appointment is effective immediately. Business Services consists of three main departments that manage a variety of programs that serve the University’s students, faculty, staff, visitors, alumni, and guests. These programs include, but are not limited to: Campus Dining, UNCW Bookstore, Parking, Transportation, One Card Office, Seahawk Mail, Printing Services, Passport Services, and the Sustainability Office. “Mr. Galuterra’s experience in effectively managing contract…

Business School Announces Designation of Rose Center for Peer Mentorship – News

The Lundy-Fetterman School of Business announced the establishment and designation of the Rose Center for Peer Mentoring at a luncheon at the Leadership Conference last week. Thanks to the generous support of Meredith and Chandler Rose of Raleigh, the announcement ends more than a decade of mentoring programs at the school. Fifteen years ago, the Campbell University School of Business introduced the first-year seminar and incorporated peer mentoring as a cornerstone of the program. The program demonstrates that peer mentors can play an important role in helping new students develop…

Fundraising for Network Access with Sapphire Ventures and Medable • TechCrunch

Dr. Michelle Longmire, a physician/scientist-turned-startup-founder, founded Medable with the goal of transforming the patient-patient relationship in the healthcare system. Along the way, raising $479 million, Sapphire Ventures invested in multiple rounds, providing Longmire with new connections and opportunities within the Sapphire Ventures network. On this edition of TechCrunch Live, join Kathy Gao, partner at Sapphire Ventures, and Longmire, as the two talk about the power of not just venture capital, but diversification. This TechCrunch Live event opens with networking on September 28 at 11:30 am PDT/2:30 pm EDT. Interviews begin…