How will Nevada’s economy bounce back from its pandemic-related challenges, and which sectors will experience the quickest and the most difficult recoveries?
Striving to become a savvier real estate investor? Then understanding underwriting basics is a building block you can’t afford to skip. Every Trust Deed investment at Ignite Funding starts with the underwriting of the loan and the subject property.
Cox Business and the Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Nevada, GLCCNV, announce their first entrepreneurial prize competition for a current or future small business owner who is also a member of the GLCCNV. Two $5,000 prizes will be awarded. Applications are available at glccnv.org and are due by 5 p.m. on March 19.
Pardee Homes, one of Southern Nevada’s leading homebuilders with a nearly 70-year legacy building tens of thousands of homes in hundreds of neighborhoods and master-planned communities across the Las Vegas Valley, announces its name change to Tri Pointe Homes, effective Jan. 19.
Kerri Korin has only been with us for a little over two years, but she has already made a huge impact in our workplace by promoting positivity through the outstanding relationships she has built with those the agency serves. Her warm nature and can-do attitude is a breath of fresh air for anyone in her presence. The pandemic has proven her strength and willingness to go above and beyond to ensure the safety and well-being of the staff, children and families that she serves.
Leslie La Combe has been with Apple Grove for over 12 years. She is dedicated to the youth and families that she serves. She has implemented several evidence-based programs in her reassessment and overview of the agency. She has worked in various departments in the agency and has brought about a highly coordinated effective working environment. Her professionalism and gentle demeanor is instrumental in her ability to supervise and carry out her duties. No matter how many different things Leslie takes on, her skills to coordinate, facilitate, organize, follow through, and to keep everyone on task has met and surpass any expectation.
Vegas Helps, a nonprofit organization formed to facilitate locals helping locals in need, has launched with a $200,000 seed donation. The 501(c)3 organization was founded by local entrepreneur and philanthropist Justin Woo .
Girl Scouts in Southern Nevada have a new resource for digital learning and reaching out to their cookie customers thanks to the new Cox Innovation Lab at Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada, 241 E. Harris Ave., in Las Vegas.