Small business owners in Nevada have a new helpful resource as they work to start an LLC.
The Laughlin Chamber of Commerce recently launched a new business incubator program to help entrepreneurs in the early stages of forming a company, according to the Mohave Daily News.
“Instead of eggs, we hatch business,” Janet Barela, executive director of the Laughlin Chamber of Commerce, told the paper. “Our goal is to create jobs. Eighty-five percent of the jobs created in America are created by small businesses.”
The center is located in the Chamber of Commerce building, and provides computers, telephones, and meeting rooms so entrepreneurs don’t need to rent expensive office space. Its first client, the Daily News reports, will be the Small Business Support Network – which will also be a helpful source of advice for small business owners.
The new incubator will partner with the Nevada Small Business Development Center at UNLV in Las Vegas to help both organizations better serve small businesses in the state.
The focus on small business should help small business owners launch their ideas in an area that has some business advantages that other states do not. The state has no corporate income tax, and was ranked in the top 40 percent of states in terms of business friendliness in a recent CNBC study.
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