Twenty-nine companies that relocated to Greater Reno-Sparks and existing local companies that expanded their workforce this year, were honored at EDAWN’s “New and Expanded Companies” welcome reception on December 6. 2018 was a year of record set in technology growth and corporate headquarters, both very strong indicators that our economy continues to move in the right direction.
Operating a sole proprietorship means there is no distinction between you and your business and that you would be personally on the hook for any liability arising out of your actions as a business owner. Translated: you sign a contract for services and fail to pay; the party expecting the money can come after you personally.
It’s the season of merriment, joy, and often enjoying a cocktail with friends or family. However, did you ever consider how that spirit transformed from a pile of grains to liquid ambrosia? If you’re drinking a glass from Seven Troughs Distilling Company, then that libation took a uniquely Nevada journey.
Small business owners are some of the busiest people around. They manage business strategy, monitor the budget, plan inventory, hire staff — and yes, sometimes even clean toilets. And then a new trend comes along and gets added to the mix, like online marketing. To help busy business owners tie online marketing to their on-site sales, here are a few tips and ideas.
The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) announced on November 27 that rfxcel, the most tenured provider of track and trace solutions in the market today, is relocating its corporate headquarters to Reno. The new office is expected to open its doors in December 2018.
The November elections highlighted the many challenges we face both nationally and here at home in Nevada. NCET’s special panel discussion features elected officials and policy experts as they outline and deliberate on northern Nevada’s political climate and recent changes.
Since the great recession, the Reno-Sparks economy has been on a roll — unemployment rates have plummeted and capital investments made by game-changing companies have surged. Mike Kazmierski, president and CEO of the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada, has been helping lead the charge and keep the pace since arriving in Reno in 2011.