Why Reno

Grow Your Business in Greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe

Greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe is the place companies come to increase the bottom line, and to grow. Whether to take advantage of a business friendly environment, get closer to customers through strategic location or to mine the area's skilled workforce, companies like Microsoft, Apple, Amazon.com and Urban Outfitters call Northern Nevada home to some of the their most crucial business functions.

What will your reason be? 

  • Discover the many advantages of doing business in Greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe
  • Put our region to work for you -- find the skilled workforce you need to run your company effectively
  • Research Nevada incentives that compliment an already top-ranked tax environment
  • Hear stories from companies doing big things in the Biggest Little City
  • Find the right building or property to fit your operational needs
  • Get acquainted with industry presence in the area with our interactive industry map

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Business Advantage

Greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe is the perfect package. A business friendly and tax friendly environment is hard to find, but add strategic operating benefits as well as unmatched quality of life, and the answer is clear.

Incentives

From exemptions to abatements to deferrals to the complete absence of taxes, simply operating your business in Greater Reno-Tahoe adds to your bottom line. Nevada was ranked No. 3 Most Most Business Friendly Tax Climate by the Tax Foundation for 2013.

Success Stories

Companies nationwide are noticing Greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe as an opportunity to grow and find success. Listen to some of the stories from companies thriving in the region.

Labor & Workforce

With employers like Microsoft Licensing, Apple, Intuit, Haws Corporation, Amazon.com and Urban Outfitters operating successfully with hundreds of employees from the community, its clear the workforce pool in Greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe is beyond stellar.

HAVE QUESTIONS?

Stan Thomas
Executive Vice President - Marketing & Competitive Expansion
(775) 829.3731 or sthomas@edawn.org

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