VEGAS INC Current Issue


International development contract opportunities for Nevada companies

On April 22, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency’s regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean will visit Las Vegas to explain international development programs and how Nevada businesses can take advantage of project contracts ...

Mother, daughter create business offering cheesecakes made from scratch

Heidi Heath and her mother, Kathy Bastian, own and operate Gotta Love Cheesecake featuring desserts Bastian and her mother created.

Family recipes and a lineage of bakers have helped the store to become what it is today and offer homemade cheesecakes in 50 flavors ...

LVCVA SVP of Marketing: ‘Never underestimate the power of a relationship’

Cathy Tull, senior vice president of marketing for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, says Southern Nevada should embrace and support its identity as a tourism-based economy.

Cathy Tull has been senior vice president of marketing for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority since 2009 and is one of the key organizers of Vegas Uncork’d, the highly anticipated foodie event celebrating its ninth year this month ...


People on the Move: April 12-18

In the Notes: John Wilcox, Jarin Ratanapeanchai, Marcus Phillips, Gina Marie Fuller, Brian Veasey, Jack Easdale, Andrew Youkana, Ashlee Zindash, Tiffany East, Colleen McKenna, Mike Sutton, Sean Corbett, Chris Lee, Connie Land, Jerry Dale, Phil Reynolds, Christina Telese, Jennifer Holley, Dan Thomsen, Ryan Welch, Evan Louie, Gregg Carnes, Kyle Smith, Melissa Ooi, Tammy Porto Bartolomeo, Steve August, Tifferney White, Myisha Williams, Sabrina Carrender, Arleen Dodge, Jim Rogers, Eric Jorgenson, Doug Spring, Lee Haney, Ted Olivas, Debbie Conway, Glenn Trowbridge, Ed Zagalo, Spencer Luth, Marc Joseph, Sabrina Mercadante, Curtis Myles, Michael Shramm, Tony Gemignani, John Adams, Jeff Torrecampo, Matt Smith, Lou ...


The Notes: April 12-18

State Farm, Security Partners, Centennial Hills Hospital, Zirtual, Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar and more ...


The List: Women- and minority-owned businesses

Find out about women- and minority-owned businesses. This week, we rank them by number of employees as of Jan. 1.

The Data: April 12-18

All of the information your business needs: Bid opportunities, bankruptcies filed and building permits issued. To add to our data, email us at [email protected]