Doing Business in Northern Nevada
Reno-Tahoe and Sparks are consistently rated among the most business friendly cities in the nation, especially when it comes to taxes. Northern Nevada's government and tax structure are engineered to create better returns for business while keeping the cost of living low for employees. With no personal state income tax; no inventory tax; no unitary tax; no franchise tax on income; no inheritance, estate or gift taxes; and low property taxes, Nevada’s tax structure has been ranked the third best in the country.
Because of its prime location, Northern Nevada's economy is experiencing a gradual diversification of its business base with the expansion of distribution, warehousing and manufacturing facilities. Geographically speaking, you couldn't ask for a better distribution location than Northern Nevada. Reno is nestled in the hub of the western region, with a market area of 11 states and 53 million people within one day's drive.
Businesses also have access to a highly skilled workforce in the Northern Nevada area. Ongoing and specialized work force training and development programs are offered through a variety of organizations geared to help your business build a strong team. In addition to its prime location its vibrant labor force, the Reno/Tahoe area boasts a high quality of life with a thriving culture and relatively low cost of living.
Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada
Reno/Sparks Chamber of Commerce
City of Reno Website
Western Industrial Nevada