Nevada

Nevada Governor's Office of Economic Development

Steve Hill

Executive Director

555 East Washington Avenue
Suite 5400
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89101
Phone: 702-486-2700
Toll-Free: N/A
Fax: 702-486-2701
Email: LTaylor@DiversifyNevada.com
Website: http://www.DiversifyNevada.com

Additional Information:
The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) was created during the 2011 Session of the Nevada Legislature through a collaboration of the Nevada Governor's Office and the Leadership of the Nevada State Senate and State Assembly. GOED promotes a robust, diversified and prosperous economy in Nevada, stimulating business expansion and retention, encouraging entrepreneurial enterprise, attracting new business and facilitating community development. Nevada's economic platform will be driven by human ingenuity along with collaboration and strategic alliances with the broader community. The principles of innovation, sustainability and inclusiveness drive the organization's approach on a daily basis.


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Articles

Article | January 14, 2020
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By: Dan Khasis

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Destination Spotlights

Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation Case study | March 9, 2011
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By: Jennifer Alten

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North Port, Florida Case study | March 9, 2011
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Building in College Park Case study | November 16, 2010
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