Thanks to a Google Impact Challenge Grant, the Nevada SBDC has partnered with Startup Space and business assistance organizations statewide to bring you Nevada's first online entrepreneurial community. Use the Resource Compass to find support resources near you, discover events around the state curated to your interests, or meet your next business partner or experienced mentor in Connect Now. Whatever you’re looking for, the Nevada Entrepreneur Network knows how to find it.
NEVADA ENTREPRENEUR NETWORK - RESOURCES
Here's a sample of some of the Nevada business resources available on Nevada Entrepreneur Network. To gain full access to resources, events, peer-network and more, join Nevada Entrepreneur Network today at http://nve.network/.
Nevada SBDC guides and assists Nevadans looking to start and grow businesses, with objectives to increase business starts, create and retain jobs, and increase access to capital. One-on-one advising services are free and confidential. Nevada SBDC also offers and coordinates a wide range of workshops and courses in collaboration with public and private entities.
The Nevada SBDC offers and coordinates a wide range of workshops, seminars and courses in collaboration with public and private sectors
Successful business owners and advisors teach entrepreneurial practices to new and existing business owners through a wide range of training events.
BOULDER CITY • CARSON CITY • DOUGLAS COUNTY • ELKO • ELY
FALLON • FERNLEY • HAWTHORNE • HENDERSON • LAS VEGAS
LAUGHLIN • MESQUITE • PAHRUMP • RENO • WINNEMUCCA
The 2020 Nevada SBDC’s Annual Report is here!
In March of 2020, Nevada small businesses faced an almost impossible challenge: the COVID-19 pandemic! Nevada’s economy is supported by over 283,000 small businesses (U.S. SBA, 2020), many of which support the critically important tourism and gaming industries. It was during the pandemic that Nevada saw the highest state unemployment rate in the history of our nation, at over 28%. Nevada businesses were, and still are, some of the hardest hit in the nation, and the shutdown and continued limited operations have been devastating to our small businesses and the State’s revenues. Most of us have never faced balancing the health of our economy with the health of our people.
In 2020, the Nevada SBDC stepped up
to help these small businesses during a critical survival period with ideas for Rescue, tools for Recovery, and, finally, opportunity for Renewal.