Innovations are on the rise in the Silver State with clean energy and tech-focused accelerators in motion.
Entries for Deal of the Year awards spanned industries, investment types, and winning strategies. Here are the stories of this year’s picks.
Jared Smith, CEcD, Economic Development and Tourism Director, City of Henderson, tells us why this forward-thinking southern Nevada city is primed for the next wave of business.
As the 49ers prepare to face the Chiefs in Las Vegas, economic development leaders plan to advantage of the spotlight from the Super Bowl.
A robust business climate and strategic growth during 2023 earns the Lone Star State this recognition.
EV industry, data center investments took top honors in Business Facilities’ annual awards, which recognize significant corporate relocation and expansion investments.
The strength and diversity of its business climate lands the Lone Star State the top spot for this annual economic development recognition from Business Facilities magazine.
Community involvement and access to a rich variety of activities and amenities have climbed the list of factors for site decisions.
The electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) market is projected to grow to $100 billion by 2040, up from $7 billion today. John Boyd of The Boyd company looks at hot locations.
Governor Joe Lombardo discusses how a strategic location in the west and proactive programs propel business growth in Nevada.
With a robust transportation system already in place, Nevada focuses on low emissions and utilizing natural resources.
The National Science Foundation will provide the award to 44 unique teams spanning universities, nonprofits, businesses, and others towards creating local innovation ecosystems.
Speed Commerce picks Las Vegas for its new eCommerce fulfillment center; Nevada GOED approves $330M abatement for Tesla.
Tech employment holds steady heading into 2023 as industry companies add workers for the 25th consecutive month, according to CompTIA analysis.
Redwood Materials, manufacturer of EV battery components, is investing $3.5 billion to establish operations in Camp Hall Commerce Park.
Scheduled to open in 2023, new Center of Excellence in Henderson, Nevada represents a “game-changer” for the city’s workforce development.
Site selection takes on a new twist when the odds of surviving a zombie apocalypse are among your criteria for choosing a location.
Significant population shifts, the pandemic, and Industry innovations are shaping the site decisions healthcare and medical device companies are making.
Part of the American Rescue Plan, the program through the U.S. EDA focuses on assisting innovations in workforce development.
Investments in renewable energy are driving job growth and site selection decisions across the nation.