Joe Lecak grew up in Homestead, PA, a steel town well known for union activity in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. He attended Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, where he received a degree in administration before moving to California where he received his MBA from California State University, Long Beach.
If there are any lingering questions about the pace of economic activity throughout the state, allow us at Nevada State Development Corp. to set the record straight.
A familiar name to small business owners in Southern Nevada has gotten into the online lending business.
Planning is vital when it comes to the future of a family business.
In 2015, we are shifting into the year of customer-centricity. Customer-centricity isn’t just about offering a deal every once in a while to repeat customers — it is much more than that. Customer-centric organizations’ business is built entirely around customers. It understands customers’ value and what customers represent to the business’ profitability. With this knowledge, a customer-centric organization tailors everything it does — from research and development to sales — to deliver the best value at the right cost to customers.
Crazy Pita owner Mehdi Zarhloul humbly says “I’m just a pita maker.” However, his story is the all-American dream.
As you may have already heard, Twitter recently struck a deal with Google that will again allow tweets to be displayed within the search giant’s query results immediately after the microblogs are posted on the social network.
The business community celebrates Tony Hsieh for his entrepreneurial success and often praises the risks investors took to back his online retailer, Zappos.com. Well-known local venture capital firms such as Coloma Ventures and Vegas Tech Fund have cultivated reputations for risk after investing millions of dollars in startup firms.
Small-business owners often spend a good deal of time strategizing how to stay ahead of the competition and grow their market share.