What is Nevada Entrepreneur Network?
Whether you’ve just started your business, are looking to scale, or have the next great idea, Nevada Entrepreneur Network (NEN) gives you access to a fully-mapped business ecosystem with plenty to discover and learn. Join the Silver State’s first statewide community of entrepreneurs to access continued education, networking opportunities, important developments in the local marketplace, and much more.
What are hubs? And which one should I join?
Nevada is a big state with many economic regions. To make it easier to engage within your local community, we've divided the state into two main hubs: Northern Nevada Entrepreneur Network, and Southern Nevada Entrepreneur Network. Each hub contains information unique to it's respective region, so you can quickly understand what's happening in your area.
We encourage you to join the regional hub you most closely associate with, but you're always welcome to be active in both. NEN is about centralizing our state's business resources, while creating lasting connection points for continued growth and opportunity.
Wait, I thought this was an app?
It is! Nevada Entrepreneur Network is powered by Startup Space, and is accessible through your web-browser or the Startup Space application. Regardless of where you sign up, your login works in both places! The Startup Space app is available for iOS and Android.
To digitize Nevada’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, offering
easy access to relevant and curated information, resources, and like-minded
Build connections across the Silver State in an easy-to-use online platform that fosters opportunity, business starts, and economic growth.
Transparency and inclusiveness guide us in building a
trusting and diverse community of Nevada’s large and small business owners,
support organizations, mentors, and dreamers!
The Nevada Entrepreneur Network was created in partnership with the many Entrepreneurial Support Organizations throughout the state.
The Nevada Small Business Development Center, Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN), Nevada Department of Business & Industry, Nevada SCORE, Entrepreneurs Assembly, StartupNV, and Vegas Chamber have all committed to building and maintaining this robust online community dedicated to assisting Battle Born entrepreneurs.
"The First Call to Grow Your Business"
Nevada SBDC guides and assists Nevadans looking to start and grow businesses, with objectives to increase business starts, create and retain jobs, and increase access to capital. One-on-one counseling services are free and confidential. Nevada SBDC also offers and coordinates a wide range of workshops and courses in collaboration with public and private entities.
NEVADA SBDC WEBSITE
The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) is a private/public partnership established in 1983, committed to adding quality jobs to the region by recruiting new companies, supporting the success of existing companies, and assisting newly forming companies, to diversify the economy and have a positive impact on the quality of life in Greater Reno-Sparks.
As the largest business support organization in Nevada, the Vegas Chamber is focused on helping Nevada businesses succeed and create jobs. We are the voice of business – your voice – helping to amplify the needs, challenges, and opportunities for our employers and entrepreneurs.
VEGAS CHAMBER WEBSITE
SCORE Las Vegas provides free and confidential business advice to entrepreneurs starting a new business or growing an existing business as well as a diverse array of different seminars taught by subject matter experts.
The nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, is dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals
Southern Nevada SCORE and Northern Nevada SCORE
Nevada Dept. Of Business and Industry
The Department of Business & Industry offers informational tools to help connect entrepreneurs and small businesses with various business support resources throughout Nevada. The Department’s main website and free business resource tools, such as its interactive ROADMAP (Business Startup Guide) can be accessed at – www.business.nv.gov