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.
Back in the late ‘60s, Jonathan Fine’s grandfather was the valley’s second largest billboard owner. Today, Fine and his partner Jonathan Gudai are working to change the out-of-home advertising space.
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.
Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Piotr Tomasik said Las Vegas has influenced his work and the company’s success.
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.