Trending in Henderson

Today, Henderson is Nevada’s second largest city and consistently ranked on “Best Of” lists from safety to livability.

From a company town to a city companies want to be in: Henderson has trended towards the feel of a hometown community while evolving to meet the needs of residents and businesses. In the 1930s, Henderson housed builders working on Boulder Dam. During World War II the Basic Magnesium Plant in Henderson processed magnesium. Those workers left after the war, but Henderson … [Read more...]

Henderson: Built to Suit

Henderson has evolved into a first-rate location for companies. Today, this progressive city delivers exceptional services and amenities for businesses.

Henderson, now in its 61st year, has evolved into a first-rate location for companies. Today, this progressive city delivers exceptional services and amenities for businesses, living up to its moniker: the Las Vegas Valley Address for Business Success. It’s home to many nationally and regionally known enterprises; others are in the process of making it so. More than 10,000 … [Read more...]

Business event mixes holiday cheer, Toys for Tots fundraiser

HENDERSON, Nev. – The Henderson Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Henderson will host a mixer to benefit Toys for Tots from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, at The Landings Restaurant and Bar, 3500 Executive Terminal Drive inside the Henderson Executive Airport. The event will give business-minded individuals the opportunity to toast their peers and bring new, unwrapped … [Read more...]

Special Report: City of Henderson

Today, Henderson is a far cry from the small industrial center it once was. And yet, Nevada’s second largest city still exemplifies the can-do spirit.

Honoring Past Businesses, Recognizing Present Companies & Welcoming Industries of the Future Incorporated in 1953, Henderson, Nev. was born “in America’s defense” with the building of the Basic Magnesium Plant in 1943 during World War II. The plant supplied the U.S. War Department with magnesium for munitions and airplane parts that would eventually help the United States … [Read more...]

Economic Development: Critical to Nevada

Economic Development: Critical to Nevada

When it comes to Nevada’s future, economic development is critical. Over the last 12 months, The Silver State has made strides on this front. Among other accomplishments, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) hired a leader in November 2011. This spring Gov. Brian Sandoval released “Moving Nevada Forward: A Plan for Excellence in Economic Development … [Read more...]

Nevada Industry Excellence: Manufacturing


With manufacturing suffering nationally along with the rest of American business, it is largely thriving here in Nevada. The engine has been a combination of factors – from legislative miscues in California and a strong Nevada workforce and overall business climate to the relatively low price of land and facilities, an available and affordable workforce, savvy strategy and … [Read more...]