Is Southern Nevada on the verge of a tech revolution or is it just getting with the times?
State funding to diversify and expand high-tech industries hasn’t always worked in favor of Southern Nevada, but with more innovative measures taking place across the Las Vegas Valley this could change.
Business owners have expedited a digital move due to COVID-19, doing away with brick and mortar storefronts and focusing on e-commerce.
Public and private transportation services are adapting their models to be more efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly.
Tech incubators from UNLV and the City of Las Vegas are housing and cultivating tech startups, but is it all to good to be true?
Ken Evans is the president of the Urban Chamber of Commerce. He’s been on the front lines by helping local businesses to make the switch from brick and mortar to online-selling platforms.