Vegas Partnership Promises International Business Growth
Written by Marie Vazquez on February 12, 2019
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) announced a new partnership with the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and the Las Vegas Metro Chamber at the LVCVA Board of Directors meeting on February 12th. During which a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreement was signed that designates the Las Vegas Metro Chamber as the World Trade Center Las Vegas Business Club. This new development takes business in Vegas to the next level by advancing business relationships while also increasing and maximizing international business opportunities.
“The LVCVA’s involvement with the World Trade Centers Association has provided tremendous opportunities to elevate Las Vegas’ reputation as a leading business destination on a global scale and we view this new partnership with the Las Vegas Metro Chamber as an avenue for developing meaningful connections between the outstanding professionals in our community and the millions of international business travelers that come to Las Vegas each year,” said LVCVA President and CEO Steve Hill. “It’s an honors to formalize this agreement with an MOU and we are eager to get to work developing programs that support our community.”
This partnership is beneficial to all local and visiting business owners of all sizes because of the cumulative connections and experiences that each partner brings to the table. These new partners will work together in order to better welcome incoming delegations to Las Vegas as well as develop and implement programming to educate visitors on how to do business in Las Vegas. They will also connect local businesses with interested international partners while simultaneously promoting World Trade Center initiatives. It looks like a win-win for everyone involved and if you are a business owner who wants to get involved, please visit: https://lasvegasnvcoc.wliinc34.com/join-us/application.aspx