Earlier this year, event planner Elizabeth Nguyen turned her organizational skills toward founding the Nevada chapter of the National Association of Asian American Professionals.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce is more than a business organization.
Affinity Gaming and its Southern Nevada properties — including Silver Sevens and the Primm Valley, Buffalo Bill’s and Whiskey Pete’s hotel-casinos — announced a partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter Southern Nevada Region.
Nevada’s Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation’s Platform to Employment (P2E), a nationally recognized program addressing the specific needs of long-term unemployed workers, has opened its online application for its class for Las Vegas residents.
Downtown Summerlin could start packing in more sports fans and entertainment seekers this summer.
A local indoor vertical farm concept company has grown its reach to the other side of the globe.
The popular Women Who Mean Business event is moving to the fall.
Jerry Brown has long wanted to have an impact on the American landscape.
Paul Climer, owner of Kitchen Tune-Up in Las Vegas, had been a homebuilder in Michigan for almost 20 years before coming to Las Vegas during the height of the “Great Recession” in April of 2008. Smartly, Climer and his wife decided to purchase the Kitchen Tune-Up franchise rather than continue in the homebuilding sector.