It’s been a good year for Henderson.
Recession? What recession predicts Southern California economist Chris Thornberg, who’s the keynote speaker Wednesday to close out the 2019 Nevada Economic Development Conference at the Green Valley Resort in Henderson.
Nevada businesses, including the real estate industry, are facing more regulations and taxes that will make it more expensive to operate in 2020 and beyond, and observers of the Nevada Legislature said they fear that lawmakers are drawing too much from California’s model.
The percentage of Hispanic-owned small businesses in Clark County exceed their population, and those owners show their entrepreneurial stripes by focusing on earning a greater percentage of their revenue from online sales, according to national business research firm.
As a UNLV professor touted the strengthening of the Las Vegas economy through 2020, development heads of the valley’s three cities touted projects and opportunities that will spur job growth over the next decade.
The Henderson Chamber of Commerce Foundation recently graduated the Leadership Henderson class of 2019, which featured 31 local community and business leaders.
In a sign of a strong economy, more Las Vegas small business owners are selling their companies and fetching a much higher sales price than they were a year ago, according to a new report.