Nevada's Airbnb host community welcomed roughly 321,800 guest arrivals and earned a combined $53.5 million in supplemental income from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The top five city destinations for guests to Nevada were, in order: Las Vegas, Incline Village, Stateline, Reno and North Las Vegas.
The Reno Gazette Journal decided to sell its building in 2017 after a move to outsource printing operations — among other business decisions, including decreasing staff size — led to the building no longer suiting the news organization’s needs.
Based in Sausalito, California, Bay Equity is a "family-owned and community-minded mortgage lender," according to the company's website. Mike Richardson serves as branch manager of the Reno office, where Brian Dansereau also works as a loan officer.
On Sept. 12, the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada announced winners of its 2019 EDAWN Arts & Business Awards, including Bill Pearce Motors as large business of the year and Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve as Elected Arts Advocate of the Year.
To qualify, an applicant’s ranch or farm must have belonged to his or her family for at least 100 years and must be a working ranch or farm with a minimum of 160 acres. Operations with fewer than 160 acres must have gross yearly sales of at least $1,000.
The $30,000 grant for scholarships gives more girls the ability to participate in the nonprofit, which focuses not only on physical activity but teaches skills in character development, teamwork and community service.
Tesla’s multi-year commitment to computer science education will support the direct training of more than 3,900 teachers by Nevada’s Regional Professional Development Program, as well as statewide computer science summits each year, administrator training, toolkit developments, and more.
The store opened Sept. 10. According to Renown Health, Renown Regional Medical Center is the first hospital in America to self-operate a Hallmark Gold Crown store.
Embrace Dental also supports Safe Embrace, as a portion of every transaction goes to victims of domestic and sexual violence aided by the Sparks-based nonprofit.
Northern Nevada businesses are supporting the Northern Nevada Children’s Cancer Foundation's Know The Gold campaign by hosting fundraisers and hanging gold ribbon awareness wreaths.
Tickets for Red Shoe Gala: House of Heroes begin at $200 per person, and tables of eight can be purchased at $1,500. For Northern Nevada businesses, varied sponsorship levels can be found at the event website: bit.ly/RedShoeGala2019.
The Churchill County Museum's 2019 Fall Lecture Series, which begins next week, carries the theme of “Industrious Minds: How Industry Shaped Nevada” — it will examine the history of railroading, mining, ranching, gambling and more.
The annual expo for Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology is billed as Northern Nevada’s largest and oldest business-to-business expo.
Since 2015, First Independent Bank has partnered with the foundation for its annual coat drive to collect hundreds of coats that are donated to the Boys and Girls Club of Truckee Meadows to distribute to families in need.
The restaurant is slated to open later this year in the historic Sage Room at Harveys Lake Tahoe in Stateline, on the lake's South Shore.
Coffeebar ranks No. 2,453 overall out of 5,000, based off 162% business growth over the past three years and a revenue total for 2018 of $6.4 million.
The Nevada Builders Alliance will hold its Annual Member barbecue at the Battle Born Business Center, 1000 N. Division St., on Thursday, Sept. 19, from 4:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Final construction on the project located at Veterans Parkway and Steamboat Parkway is expected in early 2020. The third phase of the project includes one, two and three-bedroom living spaces ranging from 752 to 1,352 square feet.
SVN|Gold Dust Commercial Associates announced this week a merger with Community Ventures|RE, a move that grows the company to a total headcount of 19 advisers, property managers and support staff.
A spokesman said topics will include upcoming changes to the state's minimum wage (which will rise to $15 in hour in the coming years), overtime, investigations, and fines and penalties, among other topics.