Join the Clean Energy Project for a networking event and panel discussion on Thursday, October 20, 2016 on the opportunities and challenges presented by Question 3, the Energy Choice ballot initiative.
When you form an LLC or a corporation with a commercial formation company, you’ll usually receive as part of the package a fancy-looking fake leather binder, sometimes with a heavy metal document sealer thingy. Often, this binder sits on your shelf, gathering dust, doing you and your company absolutely no good. There are many reasons to have a corporate book, but the two most important, in my humble opinion, are for business succession and litigation planning.
Nevada small businesses can compete in the Governor’s Conference ‘Business Pitch Competition’ in Las Vegas. Ten finalists will compete for cash prizes. If you’re a licensed and established company, have been in business for two years or less, with an annual revenue of no more than $250,000, you are eligible.
The future of transportation is arriving fast — in particular, at 0 to 400 miles per hour in mere seconds. The minds behind Hyperloop One were able to successfully demonstrate its core technology, although it’s not exactly a giant leap closer to traveling between cities at a rate faster than an airplane.
Many Nevada companies are missing out on opportunities to grow their business and increase revenues because they don’t think about exporting their goods and services abroad. That’s the message of Kristopher Sanchez, director of international trade with the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development. Sanchez spoke at a roundtable sponsored by the Urban Chamber of Commerce in Las Vegas and encouraged companies to go on a trade mission to Australia in July. The deadline to apply is May. 20.
The Nevada District office of the U.S. Small Business Administration announced it will recognize University of Nevada, Reno College of Business faculty member David Croasdell and alumna Randi Hecht (’10) during the May 4, 2016 awards luncheon in Las Vegas.
Sierra Nevada College posted a strong showing at the 12th Annual D.W. Reynolds Governor’s Cup business plan competition on April 14, 2016, winning first place in the undergraduate division, while also earning the coveted Lt. Governor’s Award. Competitors from Nevada’s colleges and universities pitched their businesses on April 13 to a panel of expert judges in Reno. More than $100,000 in cash prizes were distributed to winners in three categories during a reception dinner at the Atlantis Casino Resort.