The LVGEA recently named Breanna Rawding as its new manager of marketing communications.
On Wednesday, May 24, the held its annual Las Vegas Perspective event, providing discussions on topics surrounding economic development data, analysis and forecasting for Southern Nevada.
The Workforce Report Card is the result of research conducted by the LVGEA that delves into the important and evolving workforce needs of the region. It outlines discussions on how workforce drives the economy and is a holistic approach to how Southern Nevada can bring in, develop and retain local talent.
Introducing Economic Snapshot; your quarterly view of the regional economy. Powered by the LVGEA Research Center.
With the help of Emergent Method, the LVGEA released a Target Industry Validation Study to serve as a road map of how target industries need to shift to ensure growth and economic success for Southern Nevada.
The Urban Land Institute released a report, “A Way Forward for Apex,” outlining a five-year plan and new direction recommended for the industrial park.
LVGEA's Policy Committee passed a resolution this week that applauds the members of the SAGE Commission for exploring strategies designed to improve efficiencies, cost reduction and the overall educational delivery system in Nevada’s K-12 public schools.
The Business + Education (BE) Engaged Summit 2017 is a direct invitation to Southern Nevada’s business leaders to become involved in solutions which are improving the public education system.
“It is an honor and a privilege to be nominated by my colleagues to serve as chairman and work alongside the many members of the board helping to foster a southern Nevada economy prepared to compete in today’s connected world,” said Delikanakis.
"Thanks to support from business, community and education leaders, the 60th year of the LVGEA was the best yet." – Jonas R. Peterson