“There are tons of masterminds out there,” Edholm said. “There aren’t ones that tie in personal development and give you a chance to escape once a month by being in a beautiful space in Las Vegas.”
Top Workplaces Nevada has announced its top companies for 2020. The specific rankings of companies and how they placed in the three categories — small, medium and large — will be announced at a special awards celebration, which will be held later this year.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic that continues to threaten local economies across the country, the U.S. Small Business Administration has increased efforts to alleviate the hardship experienced by small businesses.
Nevada Bankers Association CEO Phyllis Gurgevich issued a statement following an announcement by Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak that he is temporarily suspending all foreclosures in the state during the coronavirus crisis.
The Small Business Administration, Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance and area chambers have teamed up to host webinars for local businesses seeking loans, grants and other federal aid to help them through the COVID-19 crisis that has shuttered or curtailed their operations.
As banks move to make arrangements with business owners and commercial property owners to delay making loan payments, economists are making dire predictions and warnings about the Las Vegas economy amid the closure of casinos and shutdown of tourism over the global COVID-19 outbreak.
With the NFL cancelling its April draft here, several Las Vegas casinos shuttering their doors temporarily, and others scaling back operations and laying off employees, economists and analysts said tourism-dependent Southern Nevada faces a rough patch over the coming weeks and months during the global COVID-19 crisis.
The senior vice president of the Retail Association of Nevada said his industry, with the exception of grocery stores, is taking a hit as people start practicing social distancing with COVID-19 and cut back on retail shopping and going out to restaurants.
The cancellations of conventions in Las Vegas due to the coronavirus and some companies urging their employees not to attend conferences is going to be felt in the Southern Nevada economy, but there may not be as great of a slowdown in tourism, according to an economist who tracks the valley’s economy.