Las Vegas resident Ken Reil’s success with Merch by Amazon, a print-on-demand website, was completely unexpected.
Southern Nevada small business owners and budding entrepreneurs, such as Stacey Dougan are looking for funding to grow or expand their businesses.
Las Vegas-area residents are invited to attend an open house showcasing services now offered by Nevada Business Development Services, which provides resources to small business owners in Southern Nevada. It is a collaborative effort of University of Nevada Cooperative Extension; the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Office of Economic Development; and the Nevada Small Business Development Center. The open house will be held 3 to 6 p.m., Aug. 1, at University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, 8050 Paradise Road.
From pizza to cars, Bert Figearo literally switched gears on his future in his mid-50S and it’s auto repair franchises.
Paul Padda paid for the “sue my boss” billboards, which linked to his website. They were up from January through mid-March. Attorneys like Padda have said there have been more people coming forward claiming sexual harassment.
The Nevada District office of the U. S. Small Business Administration has selected its small business award honorees for 2018. Winners will be recognized at a May 3 luncheon in Las Vegas. The event held annually in conjunction with Small Business Week will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a Small Business Network Expo prior to the award luncheon to be held at noon at the Gold Coast.
Serving the Las Vegas Valley for more than 48 years, Tiffany Couture Cleaners has a rich history of working with the area’s entertainment industry. Its famous claims include dry cleaning the costumes and wardrobes of Liberace, Donny and Marie Osmond, J-Lo, Brittany Spears and several Smith Center and Cirque du Soleil productions.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual CONNECT Panel + Expo + Mixer on Aug. 30 at Green Valley Ranch, 2300 Paseo Verde Parkway.
Southern Nevada retail brokers and analysts said the public shouldn’t allow some lingering foreclosures and national retailers shuttering stores to dictate their view of the marketplace.
“Through these types of events we can continue to help diversify the local economy, as well as support local entrepreneurs in their efforts to build companies here in Las Vegas,” said Leith Martin, director of the Center for Entrepreneurship.