Do you know how new health insurance laws will affect you and your family? Our September Tech Café will help, as Valerie Clark, president of insurance brokerage firm Clark & Associates, discusses “The Conundrum of the U.S. Healthcare System.”
It’s easy to talk about starting a business. It’s not as easy to know what is required to get your business funded and operating. From business and occupational licensing to insurance, taxes and hiring employees, there is a long list of requirements you should know about before starting a business in Nevada.
“Growing Business in Nevada” is not just a tagline, it’s our department’s mission. The Director’s Office administers several programs and offers resources and information to achieve that mission. Whether you are just starting a business or expanding an existing business, we are here to help.
As Nate Pearson builds TrainerRoad, he knows he can sell potential new employees on the outdoors lifestyle of Northern Nevada, its affordable housing and the financial advantages of working in Nevada. But Pearson knows that he needs to deliver something more — a work environment rivaling those in Silicon Valley — to attract and retain the top engineering and technology talent that will power the future growth of TrainerRoad. In five years, the company has grown from a startup-on-a-shoestring to a 55-person staff.
FN Nano Inc. and Catalytic PURE AIR LLC put advanced materials science to use to clean and purify air in the most amazing ways. What would you think of a wall coating, a sort of sophisticated paint, that serves as a highly effective way to remove odor and bacteria from the air?
Just prior to the effective date of December 1, 2016, the Department of Labor’s final rule updating overtime regulations, was blocked by a federal judge in Texas. The final rule makes significant changes to salary threshold requirements for overtime pay for employees.
The Adams Hub for Innovation, and its new space The Studio, are working to diversify Carson City’s economy. Steve Neighbors, trustee, Hop & Mae Adams Foundation, which founded the downtown business incubator, said Carson City suffers from being a government town in which many workers live elsewhere. “We’re trying to change the mix of the economy and one way to do that is through the Adams Hub,” said Neighbors.
Nevada Industry Excellence (NVIE) helps businesses in the manufacturing, construction and mining industries to become premier industry leaders in the Nevada market. They provide services and access to resources that enhance growth, improve processes, and increase profitability. NVIE’s field staff have an average of 28 years in industry leadership positions. Their extended staff of third party experts help bring timely and focused services to companies based on their specific needs and goals.
NCET has launched a new job board designed to connect Nevada professionals with companies seeking assistance. The NCET job board can be utilized for any Nevada job — part-time or full-time, and from any sector. While NCET focuses on technology and entrepreneurship, the jobs don’t have to be tech, entrepreneur or startup in nature.
By now, most people are familiar with “The Cloud”. You use Apps for your smartphone; send and receive email and text messages; and, download movies to your television. However, moving your business operations to a cloud-based environment is a bit more complex but it can also save you money and improve overall Information Technology (IT) performance.