Category: David Cabral

Innovation is coming to Nevada, is your business ready?

For over six decades, community leaders throughout Nevada, have been talking about diversifying the State’s economy. At the top of the list, innovation, research, and technology type companies and light, non-polluting, manufacturing. Over the past ten years, UNLV has been promoting its 122-acre Harry Reid Research and Technology Park located at Durango and Sunset in the… Continue Reading

Southern Nevada Third-Quarter Economic Numbers Looking Good

Since June of 2009, the U.S. has experienced 111 months of continuous, uninterrupted, economic growth. The only longer period of growth happened from March 1991 to March 2001 equaling 120 months. The reasons for America’s recovery are simple. Interest rates were cut quickly and aggressively by the country’s central bank, the Federal Reserve, and kept… Continue Reading

The straw that broke the world’s back

  For three days, during the first week in July, a simple little plastic drinking straw dominated the headlines of nearly every media outlet against most other world news. The headlines were not so much about the straw, but more about Starbucks’, the multi-billion-dollar company that announced that they would stop using straws by the… Continue Reading

What is your business story?

Did you know that Google processes over 3.8 million searches per minute? That is an unimaginable amount of people looking for answers. And as we have discussed in previous newsletters, the internet has changed the way people buy products. People no longer respond to outbound tactics like spamming and cold calling. Instead, they research products… Continue Reading

Clark County is back on the growth train

  This month, we look at the latest growth figures for retail development, employment, and the economic competitiveness, as reported by the Marcus & Millichap Retail Research Market Report and the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance annual survey. Starting with the latest Marcus & Millichap Retail Research Market Report, retailers absorbed more than 1.3 million… Continue Reading