The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA) recently announced the approval of a series of incentives for companies relocating or expanding in Southern Nevada.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development Board approved incentives on July 11 for eBay, Barbour Well Inc., CSI PrePrint, LLC, SolarCity, BodyBuilding.com, Consumer Portfolio Services, Creative Tent International and Pathion Inc.
“Having these companies enter Southern Nevada is a feather in the cap for the state,” said LVGEA President and CEO Tom Skancke. “With our current unemployment rate down two percent compared to the same time last year, we’re pleased to work towards additional economic growth and assist companies wanting to call Nevada their home.”
The companies’ growth in Southern Nevada will create hundreds of jobs, according to the announcement.
“We continue to see exceptional companies, attracted by all that our state has to offer, bring and grow great jobs for Nevadans,” said Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development Director Steve Hill.