First Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship Program Coming to Nevada

Nevada’s first osteopathic fellowship program has the green light. The American Osteopathic Association approved Nathan Adelson Hospice for a Hospice and Palliative Medicine Program. The program is a collaboration between the hospice and Touro University Nevada. This is a first-of-its-kind fellowship in Nevada and one of only 11 in the nation, according to a recent statement… [More...]

The Private Bank by Nevada State Bank welcomes new director Randy Boesch

Randy Boesch has joined Nevada State Bank as executive vice president/director of private banking.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – Randy Boesch has joined Nevada State Bank as executive vice president/director of private banking. He will serve as a member of the executive management committee and oversee The Private Bank by Nevada State Bank and the Professional Banking Team. Boesch most recently managed the Private Client Services Group at City National Bank for the… [More...]

Equity Office Announces Rebranding of Hughes Center

Equity Office Properties, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Blackstone, recently announced the rebranding of the Hughes Center to HC | Hughes Center.

LAS VEGAS – Equity Office Properties, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Blackstone, recently announced the rebranding of the Hughes Center to HC | Hughes Center. With the recent acquisition of the office campus, Equity Office will be bringing new offerings to current and prospective tenants. While this rebranding will bring some enhancements to HC | Hughes… [More...]

Five Questions to Ask Before Becoming a Business Owner

It’s important, when considering becoming a business owner, to ask five important questions and have answers to each one.

Owning a small business in Nevada can be extremely rewarding, but the stakes are high. Only half of all new businesses survive five years or more, and about one-third survive 10 years or more, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. Often entrepreneurs go into business with a good idea and a sharp focus on… [More...]

Henderson Chamber Announces 14th Leadership Henderson Class

Leadership Henderson recently announced its class of 2014, the 14th graduating class of the program offered by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

HENDERSON, Nev. – Leadership Henderson recently announced its class of 2014, the 14th graduating class of the program offered by the Henderson Chamber of Commerce Foundation. The 28 community and business leaders will receive more than 30 hours of professional leadership development training, which began with a two-day kickoff event in October and will continue through… [More...]

Nevada Real Estate & Development Report: September 2013

Nevada ReD Report September 2013: Commercial real estate and development - projects, sales, and leases.

Projects Las Vegas, 89129 Government J.A. Tiberti Construction has completed renovations on the Durango Hills Water Resource Center. Facility improvements totaled $9.1 million and included construction of two new 8,800 SF structures. The water center was kept open during the 13-month project. MWH Americas served as architect of record. The facility is located at 3271… [More...]

Five Things to Think About When Considering a Payroll Service

Is it easy keeping up with approximately 400 legal and regulatory changes every year or making up to 268 tax calculations annually? Are routine administrative tasks preferable to servicing customers? It’s unlikely any business owner would answer “yes” to those questions. For most business owners, these issues are among the very last things they want… [More...]

What is a leader’s greatest attribute?

“A leader’s greatest attribute is the ability to forward think. Great leaders anticipate obstacles or challenges that may affect a team and can adjust quickly.” Carol Mayorga • District Manager, Wells Fargo Bank– The Horizons District “I don’t think there is a single greatest attribute. Vision, the ability to motivate and inspire people, providing clear… [More...]