What’s the secret to hiring and retaining the top talent in Las Vegas? Beanbag chairs, the kind you can fall asleep in. Having a 70-inch television, Playstation4 and bar and kitchen in the office doesn’t hurt either.
Upon entering Trend Nation’s offices, you’re greeted by the company’s chief security officer, Howie, a bichon frise-Yorkshire terrier mix. And it becomes clear that the office environment has its own personality.
Quincy Branch has moved quickly to build on the bachelor’s degree in business management he received from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2000.
Staz De Stout describes himself as an “eclectic entrepreneur” who enjoys starting new businesses and proudly says he’s never worked for anyone.
Outfitting Downtown Summerlin with top-notch retailers and restaurants was only half the battle for the shopping center’s management team.
A new generation of technology designed to thwart identity theft almost put a North Las Vegas credit card manufacturing facility out of business. But a last-minute deal promises a brighter future for about 250 workers and likely better service for Las Vegas hotels.
A spinoff of retailing giant Sears is looking for a Nevada entrepreneur to run its three Silver State outlets stores under a franchise arrangement. The cost: $1.8 million.
Running a business – or managing a single unit, department, or team within a business – is not easy. Questions that have legal and/or regulatory implications pop up on a regular basis. Answers to some of those questions aren’t always straightforward, and can require insight into various statutes as well as case law.
Potential visitors have always known Las Vegas as the city of fun and entertainment. But to some Canadian residents and business owners, it’s become a site for future business ventures.