The City of Henderson dropped off information to local businesses on Friday informing them about state and local guidelines for reopening safely. Michael Cathcart, the city’s manager of business operations, said that a team of five Henderson employees were distributing flyers from governor’s Roadmap to Recovery, the Southern Nevada Health District, and information from the city tailored for specific industries. His comments came on Friday during a livestream interview with the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Debra March, and other city officials.
The Vegas Golden Knights announced recently their plan to purchase San Antonio's American Hockey League team and move them to Henderson.
The team will be the Knight's minor league team and they'll play at a new arena to be built in Green Valley, just east of The District shopping center.
The announcement by the team is the just latest in a series of moves that has brought more companies and businesses to the city of Henderson.
HENDERSON, Nev. — The signs of Nevada’s resurgent economy are everywhere in this community outside Las Vegas, the fastest-growing city in one of the country’s fastest-growing states.
As president and CEO of the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, Scott Muelrath is no stranger to construction sites. Wherever he is in Henderson these days, Muelrath typically isn’t far from a building project.
This day, he’s at the construction site for the Las Vegas Raiders’ headquarters facility near St. Rose Parkway and Executive Airport Drive.
“It’s a busy time—the relocations of businesses to Henderson and Southern Nevada as a whole, but also the growth of companies that were already here,” Muelrath says.
Nearly 100 exhibitors, 300 attendees expected at sixth annual event Oct. 9
HENDERSON – The Henderson Chamber of Commerce will host its sixth annual Henderson Business Connection Expo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, at the Henderson Convention Center, located at 200 S. Water Street in the Water Street District. The event is free and open to the public.
Presented by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce and the Henderson Development Association, the event will include nearly 100 booths for business-to-business networking as well as guest panel discussion, “Building Henderson: New Developments,” which will showcase new economic developments and business growth in Henderson.
LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — A business idea to put digital advertisements on the windows of rideshare cars took the top prize at Henderson's third annual "Start Tank" competition.
Ryan Miyaki of Rush Hour Media took home $2,500 to help with his business, which he plans to launch in Las Vegas this year, according to a spokesperson.
Las Vegas 30-year-old Ryan Miyaki won Henderson’s Start Tank entrepreneurship competition for his business selling digital advertisements to display on the windows of ride-hailing vehicles.
After finding out he won the competition, Miyaki — who runs Rush Hour Media out of his home — told the Las Vegas Review-Journal, “I’m still taking it in.”
Update: The deadline to submit Start Tank applications has been extended to Aug. 12.
Local entrepreneurs can soon pitch their business ideas for next month’s Start Tank competition.
The third annual business pitch competition is hosted by the city of Henderson and Moonshot, an entrepreneur program at the Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology. The competition will give locals the opportunity to win a share of more than $4,000 in cash and prizes, get feedback from top industry experts and gain exposure for their business.
HENDERSON, Nev. (KSNV) — The city of Henderson is inviting people to pitch their best business ideas.
Applications are being accepted for the third annual Start-Tank Competition through Aug. 5, according to a spokesperson.
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