Christy and Bob Swadkins became owners of the Summerlin branch of Golden Heart Senior Care last fall, gaining their first client in September.
The electric car company’s newest vehicle is set to go to its first 30 customers Friday evening. Its $35,000 starting price — half the cost of Tesla’s previous models — and 215-mile range could bring hundreds of thousands of customers into the automaker’s fold, taking it from a niche luxury brand to the mainstream.
Monica Pappas entered the entrepreneurial world young, selling lemonade, babysitting and doing yard work for her neighbors as a kid.
Caleb Lystrup, a 28-year-old Las Vegas native, is co-founder and one of two CEOs for Khione Outdoor Gear, with Casey Messick.
Entrepreneur Brent Patterson has grand plans. He envisions his single-serve containers with coffee beans in Strip resorts as part of the in-room coffee service.
In August 2013, Andrew Citores packed up his belongings in San Francisco and moved his 17-member startup company, JusCollege, to Las Vegas.
A bag for basketballs, a knee implant and specialized windows for resorts are among the finalists in this year’s UNLV business plan competition.
PlateJoy, a meal planning startup, announced its Las Vegas launch Thursday morning.
The increasing local presence of large, national companies and the acquisitions of local startups have boosted the credibility of Las Vegas’ tech scene, resulting in more local startups, increased upward mobility for local tech talent and a stronger draw for new tech talent.
An analysis of startup activity across 39 metro areas and all 50 states being released Thursday by the Kauffman Foundation found Las Vegas trailed only Miami, Florida; Austin, Texas; Los Angeles and San Diego.