Perhaps no other city in the world relies more on imagery to promote its brand than Las Vegas. Some of the people who design those images met Oct. 17-19 at the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) Design Conference at The Mirage.
ABC Kids Expo comes to the Las Vegas Convention Center on Oct. 18-21. The international juvenile products trade show sprawls over 1 million square feet of exhibit space.
In any given day on the Las Vegas Strip you can see as much glass as any building material, yet it’s an industry that is invisible to most of the U.S.. On Oct. 19-21 the industry knocked down the door of Las Vegas as Glass Build America: The Glass Window & Door Expo, which was held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The 19th-century American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson famously observed that “the first wealth is health,” but the business of health is proving an effective path to wealth-building of a more material sort. Health care careers are among the most lucrative in Clark County, accounting for six of the top 10 spots in a new list released by the jobs website zippia.com.
When you think of refrigerators, you think of the small freon-based appliance that takes up the corner of your kitchen, and not the billion-dollar ammonia-based refrigeration systems. Working in that industry can be one of the most dangerous occupations in the United States.
For decades Las Vegas and the wedding industry have been brought together like cake and rice, and to further cement the relationship the Wedding MBA Convention is coming to the Las Vegas Convention Center for its eighth consecutive year on Oct. 3-5.
Discovering the latest wireless technology innovation is what CTIA Supermobility 2016 is all about. The annual gathering of experts on making wireless connectivity easier for the consumer was held at the Sands Expo &Convention Center for the fourth consecutive year, Sept. 7 to 9.
Domestic miners and mining managers from Washington State to West Virginia will be in attendance at the National Mining Association’s MINExpo International 2016 from Sept. 25-27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The financial industry has learned from the Great Recession and downturn that resulted from the real estate collapse and is better for it today. That’s the message from Nevada State Bank CEO Dallas Haun, who said the 56-year-old institution took a broader approach when it was reorganized in 2010; and that model has served it well since.