Semifinalists from Henderson’s “Start Tank” will be invited to a workshop Aug. 17 at the College of Southern Nevada. Finalists will give a business pitch at the Connect Expo.
Local entrepreneurs can soon pitch their business ideas for next month’s Start Tank competition.
Shelli Lara discusses her business, Innovative Healthcare Delivery, a Las Vegas-based company.
“It’s a frontier technology,” said Daniel Price, co-founder of the Reno-based company Breadware. “Companies are trying to get in the space, but there are no road signs.”
A Southern Nevada company will show off its box room prototype at a Department of Housing and Urban Development event on the National Mall starting Saturday.
A Q&A with cannabis production company TriGrow Systems.
Bronwyn OShea is not a fan of resumes.
According to a recent report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Amazon, technology is playing an increasing role in economic growth.
Sarper “Sharp” Celenk and John Unal are working to introduce entrepreneurs — most of whom are based in other countries — to mentors and investors through their startup incubator Innosance, named after a mash-up of “innovation” and “renaissance.”
Last August, co-founders Billy Thompson and Randy Choi moved the e-commerce company from California to Las Vegas for its friendly business climate, and said they haven’t looked back since. Thompson Tee is now nearing its 1 millionth T-shirt sold.
The local company builds modular street structures they describe as “giant, prefabricated Legos.” The blocks come in a range of sizes and can be interlocked and used for things like offices, residential buildings, retail buildings and remote work sites.
When Dorian Levy decided to launch JottShots, he knew Las Vegas’ party-city reputation and high tourist volume made it the perfect market for the pre-packaged, ready-to-drink jello shots.
Owner Debbie Roxarzade, who first made a name for herself in the restaurant industry in Beverly Hills, discussed the company history and future with the Review-Journal.
Nonprofit startup incubator StartUpNV plans to launch an annual investor conference in Southern Nevada using a $300,000 federal grant.