"TecVegas" Announces Las Vegas As Its New Home
Tech Vegas Opens Doors to Companies in Technology and Private Space Enterprises
Las Vegas Nevada April 23, 2013
“TecVegas, a consortium of leading engineers, scientists, financing and marketing professionals to support the growth of technology, public and private space exploration and travel, announced today it will be meeting with many of the public and private sector organizations supporting its initiatives including the City of Las Vegas, Economic Urban Development Department (EUD) and The State of Nevada, and the cities and counties in the area. Its initiative to increase awareness of Las Vegas as a technology center will help enable private and public parties to provide assistance to those technology companies who play a vital role in the emerging technology, space operation & tourism industries.
TecVegas has chosen Las Vegas as its head office because of its location at the apex of the technology triangle formed between Las Vegas, San Luis Obispo and San Diego.
Co-Founders Michael S. Pratter, and Marty Waldman stated “ we are honored to do business with the progressive, helpful and qualified people in the technology triangle. TecVegas is looking forward to bringing the depth of our advisory board and industry specialists to the state and city’s initiatives to attract new business, employment and residents to the region”.
Included on the board of TecVegas are Edmund Burke CEO of Space Information Laboratories (www.spaceinformationlabs.com), and David Strobel of Space Micro Inc. (www.spacemicro.com).
In addition, the parties discussed the referral to Global Capital Financial Advisors- GLOBAL (www.gcfa.us) of technology projects moving to the Technology Triangle and the State of Nevada for the various tax and incentive programs available and vice versa. GLOBAL is interested in proposals involving Technology; Space Tourism; Smart Cities; Ecology and S.T.E.M. educational initiatives.
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