Artist Connect, Andrea Cheaney’s startup pitch, took first place at this year’s Startup Weekend Las Vegas.
More than 70 attendees are expected at this year’s Las Vegas Startup Weekend, according to Kenny Eliason, one of the event’s organizers.
About 40 employees, business owners and entrepreneurs who sought advice from the Chase for Business BizMobile, a consultancy center on wheels.
A product doesn’t have to have four wheels to be a part of this week’s Specialty Equipment Market Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center — but it helps.
It took only 60 seconds for Dan Morphy to sell an antique slot machine for $80,000 Saturday morning.
Entrepreneur James Noel is trying to make Las Vegas’ home improvement industry more efficient.
Startups from all over the country may be able to work with government agencies in Southern Nevada on areas like transportation and public safety.
A number of local experts said Nevada’s tax structure and business-friendly climate make it an appealing location to set up shop, but investment money in Southern Nevada is flowing out of the state to areas where startups are thriving, such as Silicon Valley.
Mountain View, California-based Kitty Hawk has developed an ultralight recreational aircraft that could someday be used as a flying car for urban commutes. Five Flyers are located at the company’s training center at Lake Las Vegas.