This IoT (Internet of Things) development company moved its headquarters and business operations to Reno from Santa Barbara, CA. The new headquarters have been set up in the Innevation Center and the company has received funding from local investment groups. Breadware has created a hardware and software service for entrepreneurs and business owners seeking to develop products in IoT. Company leaders plan to fill 15 full-time positions in sales, marketing, finance and engineering.
A subsidiary of parent company, Daehan Solutions, headquartered in Korea, the company specializes in the design, engineering and manufacturing of noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) products to reduce automotive noise. The company is moving to a location in Fernley that will produce automotive components in a 323,520 square-foot facility. The company will create 231 positions in Lyon County with an average hourly wage of $15.18 and investments of almost $27 million for capital equipment in the first two years.
Serving Nevadans with disabilities for nearly 70 years, Easterseals Nevada has expanded its programs in response to increased needs for services. The new headquarters in Las Vegas include the largest assistive technology program in the state. A Children’s Therapy Clinic for children with disabilities is slated to open by the end of the year. In addition, a new Reno location has opened with additional staff hired to provide services to the region.
Expanding its current operations in Sparks, HORIBA Instruments is a gas and chemical analysis and process control company. The organization plans to almost triple their presence in the region by purchasing a new building and adding a number of senior level positions over the next two years. As a result of the expansion, significant investments in the region will be made in addition to the projected $2.5 million in new equipment for the facility. The HORIBA Group is made up of 39 companies in 26 countries across the world.