Sponsored by StartUpNV, Founder University Nevada will start its free, entrepreneurial mini boot camp series for experienced entrepreneurs and underserved startups in February.
Improving Nevada’s educational system took center stage during the latest Vegas Thought Leadership Roundtable.
More than 550 attendees helped LVGEA recognize those businesses and individuals who are promoting economic and community development in Southern Nevada.
The Southern Nevada CCIM Chapter will be holding the 25th Annual Boots Barrels Wine Soiree and Silent Auction event at Stoney’s Rockin’ Country, Town Square Las Vegas, 6611 Las Vegas Blvd S. on Sept. 28.
Startup companies will be eligible for funding as part of a state program to help businesses grow and thrive.
The Las Vegas Thought Leadership Roundtable held its third program, focusing on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Southern Nevada.
Colleen Alexandra Wilson-Pappa was the former director of government relations for the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association and the former assistant planning manager for Clark County Comprehensive Planning.
Employers continue to find it difficult to hire and retain employees amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and Las Vegas human resources and workforce experts offered insights on how they’ve been addressing the challenge over the short term and long term. They were part of the Las Vegas Thought Leadership Roundtable Wednesday at the Legacy Club atop Circa Las Vegas. Called “Hiring Retention: Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World,” the discussions continue to be timely.
The Nevada Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative, a partnership between the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services and Foundation for Recovery, is aiming to reduce the stigma of substance use and mental health recovery in the workplace. Participating businesses will have access to free resources, customized training, and ongoing support to establish their business as a Recovery Friendly Workplace in Nevada.
Rarely can the government perform any function more efficiently than the private sector. Make no mistake, there is a space for government regulation to assure fairness and a level-playing field. However, when it comes to getting something done, it is hard to beat the power of the private sector.