The Vegas Thought Leadership Roundtable presented by REQ, Vegas Chamber and Las Vegas Review-Journal hosted a discussion on the topic July 7 at Roseman University with Justin Cohen, executive vice president at REQ as the moderator. They touched on everything from how to attract more physicians in Las Vegas, expanding mental health and expanding the level of medical services provided, including rebutting the notion that people can’t get quality health care here.
Founded in 2005 by managing partners Nick Kane and Justin Zappulla, Las Vegas-based Janek Performance Group is growing fast. From its headquarters in Paradise, Janek is staffed locally, around the country and abroad, providing world-class sales performance solutions that empower and enable sales organizations of every vertical and size, from startups to the Fortune 100, achieve more.
The Las Vegas Thought Leadership Roundtable held its third program, focusing on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Southern Nevada.
Smart home automation is becoming a desired feature along with other luxury comforts, such as swimming pools, spas and theaters.
Employers continue to find it difficult to hire and retain employees amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and Las Vegas human resources and workforce experts offered insights on how they’ve been addressing the challenge over the short term and long term. They were part of the Las Vegas Thought Leadership Roundtable Wednesday at the Legacy Club atop Circa Las Vegas. Called “Hiring Retention: Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World,” the discussions continue to be timely.
Christopher Todd’s luxurious holiday designs, ranging from $4,500 to over $65,000, grace the interiors of Las Vegas luxury resorts, celebrity homes and multimillionaire properties.
The Kentucky Derby is the Run for the Roses, but an equestrian lifestyle takes center stage at a Lone Mountain estate dubbed “The House of Roses” that has hit the market for $7.95 million.
A $600 million luxury resort-style condominium project is planned for MacDonald Highlands in Henderson, and if approved by the city would be the first high-rise built since the Great Recession.
Rising above the premiere Southern Highlands Golf Club community, behind the exclusive double gates of Augusta Canyon, 16 Oakmont Hills Lane is listed for $11 million through Ben and Natalia Harris of Las Vegas Sotheby’s International Realty.