A new incubator program in Las Vegas wants to help minority-owned small businesses grow through mentorship, education and a chance to improve their credit score.
Online retailer TheDrop.com launched in San Francisco in 2017, but CEO Matt Falcinelli knew all along that when it was time to establish the streetwear company’s headquarters it couldn’t be in California.
Boxabl held a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday for its second factory in North Las Vegas, less than two years after opening its first facility in 2021.
Nevada is known for its gaming and tourism industry, but there has been a sustained effort to bolster the state’s startup community, particularly in Las Vegas.
“I think I answer at least 10 (direct messages) a day of somebody asking to get a product shipped to them that they saw on a video,” says Rebecca Robledo, the social media manager for the Charleston Antique Mall.
The $11 billion sale of Las Vegas-based data center developer Switch Inc. officially closed on Tuesday. The deal was first announced in May.
After losing her job in the pandemic, Amanda Quintanilla decided to open a skate shop in the Arts District of Las Vegas.
Las Vegas-based brands are chasing new audiences through other people’s accounts as the industry around influencer marketing grows.
CEO Jimmy Lee’s Wealth Consulting Group has $5 billion in assets under management, and is regularly interviewed for his expertise on business and the stock market.
StartUpNV is using $600,000 to create a business incubator that will help a diverse pool of entrepreneurs based in Clark County.
Thanks to $2.1 million in federal funds, UNLV will be opening a new space aimed at helping businesses in the Historic Westside.
Ivan Sher has brokered some of Southern Nevada’s most expensive home sales ever and lands a steady stream of high-priced listings.
Las Vegas-based Esoes Cosmetics (pronounced S.O.S.) wants to help protect women with its first product — lipstick.
UNLV was awarded a $1.18 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help expand a program that helps researchers and students turn their ideas into a commercially viable product.
Culinary power couple Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla look back on 10 years of Honey Salt and look ahead at projects from Henderson to Dubai.