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.
Planning to make Mom the star this weekend? Don’t wait too much longer to make reservations for Mother’s Day brunch or dinner.
The abandoned subdivision off the side of U.S. Highway 95 is tucked out of view, but there isn’t much to see anyway — just some house-less streets next to a mile-long airstrip. But in time, if Jonathan Daniels has his way, the property will be buzzing with drones.
Though Hyperloop One still has this summer pegged for a public test of its completed test track near North Las Vegas, track officials don’t guarantee the valley will house the world’s first working hyperloop track for freight delivery.
Eric Lassard, a 13-year-old Las Vegas boy, organized a Youth Startup Weekend at RedFlint — a University of Phoenix-owned business incubator in downtown Las Vegas.