Nevada Newsmakers host Sam Shad recently interviewed NVIE Director Mark Anderson in Reno and NVIE Deputy Director Terry Culp in Las Vegas. In the interview, Mark Anderson and Terry Culp discuss Nevada’s statewide growth and getting the workforce ready, particularly in manufacturing.  … Read More

Nevada Manufacturing and Made in America Week Nevada manufacturing is stronger than ever. Last month, President Trump proclaimed July 17th, 2017, as Made in America Day and July 16th through July 22 as Made in America Week. As part of this celebration, on July 17th The White House invited manufactures from all 50 states to… Read More

Evolving U.S. Supply Chains and Nevada Manufacturing A new MForesight study examines the evolution of the supply chain and the future of American manufacturing, leading to a contemplation of the future for Nevada manufacturing. Robust supply chains are essential to U.S. manufacturing competitiveness and by extension, Nevada manufacturing. In most sectors, suppliers add more than… Read More

Apprenticeships Help Employers Meet Their Labor Needs Now By: Cheryl Olson, Project Director, Nevada’s Apprenticeship Project Significant talent shortages and skill gaps are slowing employers’ efforts to expand, innovate, and excel. These workforce challenges undermine productivity and profitability. The good news? There is a program solution to meet talent challenges: Registered Apprenticeship. Apprenticeship programs are… Read More

NEVADA Industry Excellence (NVIE) specializes in providing the most robust and defensible application of federal and state research and development tax credit laws, identified qualifying activities and costs.  Our engineering and tax consultants assist our clients in developing a credit methodology. Manufacturers often make large investments in new products, processes and packaging. They are often… Read More

By Karsten Heise, Director | Technology Commercialization, Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development   When we talk about Manufacturing we often hear about repetitive manual tasks on assembly lines, shifting production offshore to Asia or – more recently – moving back to the United States, automation and the replacement of workers by machines is being mentioned, and concerns… Read More