TISOH Helps Create First National Standard for Hotel Concierges

NEW ORLEANS ­– The International School of Hospitality (TISOH) with Les Clefs d’Or USA and the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI) announced the creation of the Certified Hotel Concierge (CHCSM) credential, which is the result of their joint efforts to establish a global professional standard for hotel concierges. The announcement came during Les Clefs … [Read more...]

Around the State: April 2015

Chase International Installs Tesla Charging Station An independent real estate company, Chase International, has installed a Tesla charging station at the firm’s Zephyr Cove location. The high-power wall connector adds 58 miles of range per hour for the Model S vehicles. Chase is the latest in a growing network of businesses and resorts adding charging stations in anticipation … [Read more...]

Groundbreaking for Downtown Las Vegas Clinic; Wells Fargo Invests in Southern Nevada; Home Prices Holding Steady

Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada Hosts Groundbreaking Event for Clinic in Downtown Las Vegas Groundbreaking ceremony for VMSN’s new downtown Las Vegas clinic. Members of the community are invited to attend and receive information about the project. [Read more...] Wells Fargo Invests in Southern Nevada through Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance's 'Engage Southern … [Read more...]

TISOH Graduate to Lead Local International Special Events Society

A graduate from the TISOH, has been named president of the International Special Events Society, Las Vegas Chapter (ISES).

LAS VEGAS – John Humphries CSEP, a graduate from the International School of Hospitality, has been named president of the International Special Events Society, Las Vegas Chapter (ISES). Humphries owns the local full-service event production and design company, Earth Water Sky, specializing in creative audio, video, and lighting solutions for special events, conferences, and … [Read more...]

What is your most prized possession?

Six Nevada executives share what they consider to be their most prized possession.

“My first answer would be my family, but after that I would have to say my bed.  My mattress, sheets and pillows are so wonderful that even when I don’t get my eight hours (due to our hectic schedules) I still feel refreshed.” Stephanie Angold | Founder/Owner, The Find in Reno - “My most prized possession would have to be all my photos from traveling through Italy, South … [Read more...]