NEVADA IS A ONE-OF-A-KIND STATE.
It is a business-friendly state with a very low-regulation environment, a streamlined licensing and approval processes, and a favorable tax environment for business and industry. A state with the workforce development, education and infrastructure in place to support our economic development.
Nevada is a state to visit and an astonishing place to live. It captivates visitors and residents with all the adventuress and entertainment Las Vegas has to offer as the capital of tourism, conventions, meetings and special events has to offer, but it also offers natural beauty and year-round recreational opportunities like skiing, golfing, hiking, fishing and swimming at Lake Tahoe.
New Hampshire’s low taxes and high income levels motivate entrepreneurs to start and grow businesses here in the Granite State. Companies and manufacturers operating in New Hampshire also have access to the many services offered by the Division of Economic Development, including:
- Business and technical assistance for manufacturers;
- Grant assistance for recruiting and training employees;
- Subsidized technical assistance from the University of New Hampshire and Dartmouth College;
- Technical assistance to New Hampshire companies interested in procuring federal and state contracts;
- Permit assistance;
- Customized reports and personal tours of available industrial and office real estate;
- Prompt responses to questions related to state government;
- Site selection;
- Assistance with employee retention/layoff aversion.
Go to SelectNH.com for a comprehensive look at available commercial and industrial properties, as well as the data you need as you consider New Hampshire for location or expansion. The Division of Economic Development provides assistance to help you obtain permits necessary to establish or grow your business here. The Division of Economic Development provides assistance to help you obtain permits necessary to establish or grow your business here.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) works works closely with different recognized trade groups, associations, industry organizations and local and state government entities to provide connection, information and resources for prospective and current Nevada businesses and to support and promote economic growth and development.
Guide to starting and growing a Business in Nevada