Mark Larkin was just out of high school in the summer of 1969 when his dad sent the family camping for a month in Big Sur, California. He didn’t know then that his father needed to be alone because he was fundamentally changing the family business.
James Angelone and Laurence Galbraith share both an entrepreneurial spirit and a love of video games. The Florida natives run Superior Games & Vending, which provides arcade games for existing businesses and shares the revenues.
Some successful Nevada entrepreneurs say they had no idea what they were doing when they first began. Their advice for other aspiring business owners? Just get started.
Culinary consultant Brad Barnes wants restaurateurs to remember three words: pure, experience, and transparent.
Las Vegas Valley residents might be surprised to learn about the unexpected past lives of some local commercial spaces.
Herbert Moore is co-founder and co-CEO of WiseBanyan, a financial adviser startup.
Marcella Williams, 41, works as a program manager in the gaming industry by day. By night, she runs a semi-truck rental company that targets truck drivers in need of commercial drivers license renewal.
Every second and fourth Thursday of the month, between 30 and 50 business owners and others in the Henderson business community file into Joe’s Crab Shack, to attend an informal networking event. The woman who runs the networking event is Susan Smith.
Christina Aldan, who has been in Las Vegas since 2007. Aldan founded LG Designs, “an advertising and local internet marketing company for the digital age,” in 2004 with the company becoming a LLC in 2010.
Steve Wynn has two major projects on his hands, the opening of a new resort in Macau later this month and also Paradise Park on the Strip. And there’s an interesting twist to Paradise Park — King Kong.