The Metro Chamber is pleased to announce the addition of two new policy committees: Transportation and Infrastructure, as well as Insurance. These committees give members more opportunities to engage in important discussions on pressing issues that impact employers and the community. They offer members the ability to interact with policy makers at the highest levels of government who make decisions affecting businesses across the state and region.
Going above and beyond to exceed a customer’s expectation of your company isn’t just something that creates a sale. It leads to regular clientele, customer loyalty and a reputation that you simply can’t buy, as well as multiple transactions, referrals and recommendations. As the Metro Chamber and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority celebrate the annual Customer Service Excellence Luncheon this month, the pivotal holiday season is also quickly approaching.
The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce officially opened its doors at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas. The Metro Chamber’s new offices reflect the feedback of the membership, who specifically wanted a location in the epicenter of business, government, arts and culture, education, healthcare, transportation, new entrepreneurs, regional revitalization and the other exciting developments that make this a pivotal and exciting moment for Southern Nevada.
"If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it."
- Margaret Fuller
One of the most valuable services you can give the next generation is your knowledge. Throughout the last academic year, Vegas Young Professionals members supported UNLV Collegiate Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) by judging and mentoring their members during competition camps.
The 2015 health insurance open enrollment period for individuals and small group employers begins Saturday, November 15. Some employers still wonder whether they are required to offer health insurance to their employees. If your company has fewer than 50 full-time equivalent employees (FTE), you are not subject to the Employer Shared Responsibility sections of the law. However, most employers would agree that a good business strategy for recruiting and retaining excellent talent is offering a robust employee benefits package.
Las Vegas Metro Chamber colleagues joined with staff from The Smith Center for the Performing Arts and the Discovery Children’s Museum to sing “Home Means Nevada”, as part of a state-wide sing-a-long at 10:00 a.m. on October 30, 2014, to commemorate Nevada’s Sesquicentennial.
This week, the Las Vegas Metro Chamber will be relocating its offices to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts, in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas. The Metro Chamber's offices on Sunset Road will be closed on Thursday, October 16, and Friday, October 17. The Business Center will not be open, and staff will not be available. We apologize for this temporary inconvenience.
Show Your Support Against Question 3, The Margin Tax Initiative!
This week, TV ads started running on the dangers of Question 3 — the Margin Tax Initiative. See why this ballot initiative is so harmful to Nevada’s fragile economy by watching the TV spots now, and then show your support stopping by the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce offices to pick up your “No on 3” campaign materials.
The November 30th deadline concerning the Affordable Care Act for small businesses is getting closer and closer, and some entrepreneurs said they still have more questions about key changes that could affect their businesses.
Many changes are based on the size of the employers business, but the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce hosted a free workshop Thursday and created its own marketplace, or exchange to help businesses navigate through the changes. For example, in 2015 employers with more than 50 full time employees must purchase health insurance for workers.
LAS VEGAS -- The November 30th deadline concerning the Affordable Care Act for small businesses is getting closer and closer, and some entrepreneurs said they still have more questions about key changes that could affect their businesses.