29 February 2016
Providing Resources to Help You Succeed

For more than 56 years, Nevada State Bank has been providing Nevadans with the tools and resources they need to make informed decisions for their families and their businesses. I’d like to mention just a few that we’ve recently updated, and invite you to see how they can help you as you go about your daily life.

In January, we published the results of our annual survey of 400 small business owners and decision-makers in Nevada, in which they answered questions about their major concerns, the economy, their outlook on Nevada’s future, and much more. Although you may find some of their answers predictable, I think others may surprise you. The 2016 Small Business Survey report is full of information and analysis that can be useful for anyone doing business in Nevada.

In addition, we recently released a report on what high net-worth Nevadans think about environmental issues: long-term water availability, green building efforts, and preserving our land for future generations. It details statewide efforts to preserve, protect, and improve the environment, and features a guest column from Tom Warden of the Howard Hughes Corporation. Please visit nsbank.com/HNWreport to read this report.

Because small, family-owned businesses are at the heart of our national and state economies, we want to provide them with as many free resources as we can. To that end, we’ve developed a Family Business Resources web page, with links to articles and webinars on topics such as succession planning, career development, and work/life balance. If you have a family-owned business, I hope you will find the perspectives and insights of other business owners useful in making critical decisions for your own company.

Nevada State Bank offers a variety of other informative materials, including e-books and e-newsletters for consumers and businesses, featuring monthly Economic Briefings from Jeremy Aguero and the team at Applied Analysis. Please visit our contact page on the web if you’re interested in signing up to receive them. It’s all part of our ongoing effort to provide added value to our clients and to all Nevadans.

Best Regards,

Dallas Haun
Nevada State Bank


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