The concept in which employees take ownership of their company has been slow to take off in Las Vegas, but the CEO of one Southern Nevada firm who has gone that route said he hopes their example prompts others to follow.
Accommodating consumers’ growing desire for restoration and well-being, personal wellness is taking center stage at business conferences all across the country. Event organizers who cater to this trend incorporate activities such as meditation and yoga into the scheduled activities.
Silicon Valley, corporate America and entrepreneurs from around the world gathered in Las Vegas last week to learn lessons on how to be more successful, and as a result it could pave the way for more startups in Southern Nevada in the future.
There is only one more day left for Halloween fun at the office. If it were a contest, this week’s winner would have to be the Danielson Financial Group.
Some business have gotten into the spirit of the holiday. Here are some snapshots of what their offices look like.
The Las Vegas business media has changed significantly over the last few years. Some outlets, such as the Las Vegas Business Press, are now online publications, while others maintain a print product. Most all have included a video component to their coverage of local business trends and topics.
A UNLV professor today (Sept. 11) touted the Southern Nevada economy as showing no signs of slowing down, but said it’s never too early for business owners to be prepared for any downturn in the future.
Eleven months into his job at district director of the Nevada office of the Small Business Administration, Joseph Amato has been impressed with Nevada entrepreneurship and plans to launch a $225 million fund to provide venture capital to burgeoning companies and keep them from leaving state.
Las Vegas resident Ken Reil’s success with Merch by Amazon, a print-on-demand website, was completely unexpected.