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5 Cities Opening Their Doors to Small Business

Author:  Nancy Mann Jackson

The private sector is stepping up to bring business opportunities to Vegas, says Randi Thompson, NFIB's Nevada state director.  For instance, Zappos' founder Tony Hsieh is leading The Downtown Project, which has dedicated $350 million to rejuvenate a blighted stretch of Las Vegas' downtown, investing in real estate, small businesses, education and tech startups.

After experiencing the excellent care local hospice workers provided during her father's illness, Lisa Wensley launched an in-home care franchise, ComForCare Senior Services, in her hometown of Las Vegas.  "Las Vegas is a good location to open a small business because it is always growing and changing, which makes for a lot of opportunities for small businesses to thrive," she says.  "It is an innovative environment that supports small businesses, and we have seen that support within our business." To read more, click here.

 

The first ComForCare office in Las Vegas opens

 
Lisa Wensley’s life changed when she lost her father a year and a half ago. After a long decline, his final days were spent in hospice care. For Wensley, the experience was eye-opening and left her with a new purpose. Grateful for the support she received from the hospice workers and nurses, she decided she would open her own senior services business.  An intensive and thorough investigation of all her options led her to ComForcare Senior Services, an international in-home, non-medical provider to seniros and others in need of assistance.  Read More
 
 
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