2006 News Articles
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New industrial developments meeting the needs of expanding and relocating businesses in Henderson. (Winter 2006)
Significantly lower taxes and central location for West Coast attract businesses.  Learn More >>
Henderson banking and financial services industry continues to outpace other markets (Fall 2006)
Nevada continues to report robust economic growth in a number of markets.  Learn More >>
Money Magazine lists Henderson in America's Top 20 cities (Summer 2006)
The City of Henderson, Nevada, has been named one of the top 20 cities in America by Money Magazine's annual "America's Best Places to Live" profile.  Learn More >>
Industrial loan corporations eye Nevada. (Summer 2006)
While Utah has been solicited as the leading state in which to form an ILC, its neighbor to the west is much more attractive on paper.  Learn More >>
Chief Executive Officers give Nevada high praise (Spring 2006)
For the second consecutive year, Chief Executive magazine ranked Nevada as the second best state in which to do business. Learn More >>
World Market Center generates opportunities for ancillary businesses
(Spring 2006)
It's only been one year since the opening of the World Market Center, and already the home furnishings showroom and convention complex is attracting more than simply dealers to the area for the shows. Learn More >>
InBusiness - Henderson Economic Development (January 2006)
Its no longer a surprise to residents of Southern Nevada that Henderson has stood the test of time and proven itself as one of the most desirable places to live in the Southwest. What might be surprising to some, however, is on-going momentum in building a strong and viable business community. Learn More >>
Nevada Business Journal - Henderson Supplement (April 2006)
Each month, approximately 1,000 new residents move to Henderson. The city the second largest in the state of Nevada has exploded from 60,000 people in 1990 to over 250,000 people today. And the city shows no signs of slowing down. With the residential growth comes opportunity in the business arena. Learn More >>