Community Links & Resources
The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce is all about you and your business. These links will help guide you with questions you may have about your business - whether you're just starting, changing things up or looking for an edge in becoming more competitive and successful.
Find the resources you need to apply for a business license in Clark County. You can search the Business License database and find answers to your licensing questions.
The NSBDC is a business assistance program funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and the University of Nevada, Reno. They can help you with many aspects of starting, operating and growing your business.
CBER collects, analyzes and disseminates information on the current business and economic climate of Nevada. They also provide research and analysis services on a contract basis.
This site compiles data from the UNLV Center for Business and Economic Research on business and the economy to collect, analyze and disseminate.
The UNLV Office of Economic Development helps to facilitate tech transfer and cultivate community partnerships for ongoing and burgeoning research at UNLV.
Find profiles of more than 5,500 companies in the SIC Major Groups 01-51: Agriculture, Mining, Construction, Manufacturing, Transportation and Communications, Utilities and Wholesale Trade and Distribution.
The Las-Vegas Clark County Library District offers BusinessDecision, a web-based service that combines extensive consumer household, business and demographic data with a powerful mapping technology known as geographic information systems free to library cardholders. This enables local businesses to access the same consumer and demographic data used by the nation's top companies to help with tasks like finding prospective customers, analyzing trade areas, evaluating competitors, identifying new store locations, and targeting media buys.
Through the city's Office of Business Development, city staff works to create new jobs, diversify the economy, recruit new businesses and retain existing businesses. Learn about new projects, starting a business, job opportunities, and more.
This organizations provides general, non-technical information about Nevada's legalized gambling industry, regulations, quarterly and monthly reports and the Nevada Gaming Control Act.
Services include job seeker services, labor market information, rehabilitation services and other employer information you need to know.
The Counselors to American Small Business is a non-profit association dedicated to formation, growth and success of small business. Contact the local branch today, as Chamber members get free one-on-one counseling with a SCORE counselor for their business questions.
The Nevada District Office offers local training and counseling resources for small businesses. A small business start-up kit is also available. U.S. Small Business Administration is a wealth of information about starting and financing your own small business.
View recent U.S. Census data for the State of Nevada. Breakdowns include social, economic and housing data that will help you with aligning your products and services with the most recent census data.
Register for patent and trademarks in the United States.
Download the necessary forms by clicking above and begin the process of obtaining your Certificates of Origin. You can certify your goods and have your certificate notarized at the Metro Chamber offices, located at 575 Symphony Park Avenue, Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89106.
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Education Links in Las Vegas:
The LVCVA is dedicated to driving tourism efforts in Southern Nevada and ensuring that Las Vegas remains a premier destination for leisure and business travel, on both international and domestic levels.