Addressing a Hispanic small business conference, Gov. Brian Sandoval, outlined his plans for economic development for the State of Nevada. Sandoval said that Government should be engaged in right things that support growth of business.
The conference took place in Renaissance Hotel and was attended by more than 100 small business owners and a small business panel having people like Jovita Carranza, Roger Campos and Rene Cantu Jr. In his 30 minute speech, Sandoval explained his new economic development plan and set a goal for business owners to generate 50,000 new jobs by 2014. There will also be regional development authorities and they will have to report to Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
Politicians have opined that small business is the engine that drives our economy. Sandoval also announced that 650 regulations will be repealed so as to help modernize businesses in the state. Repealing will help small business owners as they always complain of too many regulations. The panel discussion found answers for access to information, language barriers and raising capital for small business owners.
Vice-Chair Andres Ramirez, Democratic National Committee Hispanic Caucus, praised Sandoval for his effort to champion in certain sectors of growth and for streamlining business regulations. Ramirez pointed that there are tax breaks for businesses operating in Nevada now. Sandoval also said that Nevada scores high on business-friendly policies and he will do his best to make Nevada the best business-friendly state in the country.
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