Business Press Highlights
As LVGEA turns 60, vision is clear

For the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance, turning 60 isn’t a time for self-congratulatory marketing and ceremonial anniversary celebrations. It has been a time of expansion, from personnel resources to new partnerships and initiatives to ensure that LVGEA’s influence can last another 60 years.

SBA names restaurateur state’s Small Business Person of Year

Even before Brad Burdsall graduated from the UNLV School of Hotel Administration in 1993, he knew that one day he would own a restaurant.

State sees growth in small business starts

The number of small businesses in Southern Nevada has been on the rise since the recession. Everything from small restaurants to light manufacturing firms have opened since that time, according to experts.

“We’re seeing a lot of new firms coming into the valley,” said Bob Holguin, district director at Nevada Small Business Administration. “We’re seeing a lot of people wanting to start new businesses.”

Bank of George — Little bank that could

The Bank of George picked a heck of a time to be a startup.

Family law squared

Israel “Ishi” Kunin’s forming a legal team with her daughter Shoshana Kunin-Leavitt at the Kunin Law Group happened more by accident than from planning.
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