It was a journey Jim Stuart never planned or expected to begin. The businessman, now 49, had just retired from business after successfully co-founding Colliers International Nevada. In 2008, as he turned toward purchasing appliances for his family’s new San Diego home, he experienced frustration, followed by an epiphany.
A pair of area developers for a Provo, Utah-based franchisor of ice cream retail stores are looking to put Las Vegas in a deep freeze.
The Palm Restaurant, inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, reopened in September, following a remodeling project over the summer.
Last week I was in California working on a client project and shared a story with the management team about Ivy Lee and Charles Schwab. The client’s chief executive said that story affected him significantly and he was going to begin using the principle immediately. I thought I would share the story here.
Las Vegas-based Las Vegas Car and Truck, a preowned car dealership, expanded its footprint in the valley in September by moving into a facility three times the size of its previous home. The new 10,000-square-foot facility at 1616 S. Decatur Blvd., is an upgrade from its 3,000-square-foot center at 3401 S. Decatur Blvd.
The primary motivation for our relocating from Boulder, Colorado to the valley was the favorable tax structure. Plus, as a global organization, we needed to be nearby a world-class airport that is rarely interrupted by bad weather. We have been in Henderson for six years.
Intra-family business transfers are unsuccessful more often than not. In fact, only 30 percent of family-owned businesses survive a transition from the first generation to the second, and only 13 percent survive a transition to the third generation.
Jennifer Braster, managing partner, Maupin∙Naylor∙Braster law firm
In the past six years, compound pharmacies, which customize prescriptions according to a physician’s specifications, have spread in Southern Nevada. The niche market is growing both locally and nationally.