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.
The LVGEA offers businesses a number of services to support start-ups, moves or expansions in the Las Vegas market and provides continuing support to businesses located in the Las Vegas metro. As the state-sanctioned regional economic development authority and a community supported nonprofit entity, we offer our economic development services free of charge.
Our Services Include:
Market Information and Research
The LVGEA Community and Economic Research Council (CERC) conducts custom research and offers market comparisons. LVGEA also offers custom-tailored community familiarization tours for business executives seeking to see what Southern Nevada offers as a place to operate a business, buy a home, and raise a family
LVGEA offers assistance in finding a qualified workforce, including assistance with applications for grants and other available workforce training funds.
LVGEA offers advocacy and know-how in crafting applications for state-based incentives to assist firms in relocating or expanding in Southern Nevada.
Business Retention and Expansion
LVGEA, in collaboration with a broad coalition of government and utility partners, conducts ongoing business checkups through our BizCONNECT program. These checkups troubleshoot problems, help make connections to suppliers, realize potential expansion opportunities and provide other assistance for businesses located in Southern Nevada. Learn more about BizCONNECT!
LVGEA offers assistance in finding legal, real estate, accounting, insurance, EB-5 assistance, banking, and other professional local business service providers.
Permitting and Licensing Assistance
LVGEA offers expertise in swiftly navigating relevant state and local business permitting and licensing requirements
Foreign Trade Zone
LVGEA is the grantee for Foreign Trade Zone 89, a program that allows firms to bring foreign goods or raw materials for manufacturing and/or assembling into the United States without formal customs entry or payment of customs duties and government excise taxes until products leave the zone.
LVGEA has professional staff dedicated to answering any questions that may arise as you consider starting up, expanding, or relocating your business to Southern Nevada. Learn more by contacting us!