Microsoft Office PowerPoint is the most popular program in the world for creating presentations that efficiently and effectively communicates information and helps tell a powerful story in a visual format.
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The introduction of Microsoft Windows 8.1 makes it easier than ever for business professionals to work anywhere, anytime, and from any device. However, there are some significant changes in the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system for PCs and tablets.
For the sixth year, Conley Bottom Resort and The Center for Rural Development are partnering for the 2014 Houseboat Vacation Giveaway. The winning ticket will receive a houseboat vacation valued up to $3,500 and a gasoline allowance of $200.
Congressman Harold Rogers and Governor Steve Beshear joined leaders from Southern and Eastern Kentucky to discuss critical issues important to the region at the 27th annual East Kentucky Leadership Conference. The conference, which brings together leaders from across the region to talk about issues specific to Southern and Eastern Kentucky, drew more than 400 people […]
In today’s working world, your professional online brand is key. Personal branding is not about sales or spin. Personal branding includes your professional reputation, online image, and personal characteristics, such as your work style, community engagement, and worldwide.
More than 100 local business and community leaders got to meet business motivational speaker James Malinchak and learn more about his successful leadership strategies at a free training session at The Center for Rural Development.
Lonnie Lawson, President and CEO of The Center for Rural Development, has been tapped to chair the Shaping Our Appalachian Region (SOAR) Broadband Working Group that will identify long-term broadband strategies for Eastern Kentucky.
More than 800 fourth-grade students from eight Pulaski County elementary schools were at The Center for Rural Development on March 12-13 for a one-of-a-kind learning experience.