The next meeting of the Nevada Franchise Business Network will be on Tuesday, October 8, 2013. The topic is “Health Care Reform and Franchising: How to Prepare and Comply.”
Finally, Nevada has tax incentives for companies that film the majority of their productions in state.
A new story in the Las Vegas Review Journal talks about the continued lack of filming incentives in Nevada, which means that Nevada will continue to lose production dollars and jobs to neighboring states like New Mexico.
This just in: some good news for Nevada’s small but vibrant film industry. Las Vegas-based Bennett Global Entertainment has announced its plans for a Las Vegas-based film production and distribution business that will create dozens of entertainment-related jobs in the city.
As a follow-up to my blog post, “Nevada Needs Film Incentives,” the most recent issue of Vegas Inc. magazine (formerly In Business Las Vegas) has a story on film production incentives and (in my view) why we need them here.
The next meeting of the Nevada Franchise Business Network is scheduled to occur on Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at Cili restaurant in Bali Hai Country Club, 5160 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89119. The topic of the meeting is “Financing Options for Franchisors: SBA Packaging and Placement,” and will feature Judy Aragon, C.S.C., with the American Association of Government Finance.