Economic development agencies in Nevada not only attract new businesses to our state, but also help existing businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs through a variety of programs and resources. At this free web event, a panel of local experts will discuss how economic development helps the state as a whole, and what it may offer for your business in particular.
Watch now and learn:
- How diversifying the economy benefits Nevada small businesses
- How state and regional economic development agencies operate
- What resources are available to help existing and start-up companies
- What’s ahead for economic development in 2014 and beyond
Our panelists include:
Resources from Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED):
|January 2014 GOED Newsletter||www.diversifynevada.com/news/news-articles/the-economic-pulse2|
|GOED Incentive Reference Guide||www.diversifynevada.com/documents/GOED_incentives_reference_guide.pdf|
|GOED State Plan||www.diversifynevada.com/about/state-plan|
|Dept. of Business & Industry small business event calendar (includes PTAC workshops)||https://business.nv.gov/Business/Event_Calendar/Calendar_of_Events/|
|PTAC contact information||702-486-3514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org|
Resources from Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA):
|Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy, July 2013||www.lvgea.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/2013-07-25-Las-Vegas-Regional-CEDS-FINAL-FINAL.pdf|
Resources from Economic Development Association of Western Nevada (EDAWN):
|Reno-Sparks-Tahoe Economic Development 3-Year Strategic Plan||www.edawn.org/images/uploads/docs/SPFinal.pdf|
This FREE interactive webinar is part of a series of webinars hosted by Nevada State Bank through NevadaSmallBusiness.com.
The webinar "Insights: Impact of Economic Development" is offered for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal or other professional advice. Consult with an attorney or other professional concerning your own needs and circumstances. The views and opinions expressed by the panel members are not necessarily those of Nevada State Bank, its parents or affiliates.