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13
Jun

Lee School Prize Competition to reward entrepreneurs for ideas combatting COVID-19 impacts on hospitality, travel, entertainment industries

THE AGGIE Commercialization of innovation has become more and more relevant with researchers and medical professionals constantly thinking of ways to help the public through the innumerable challenges posed by COVID-19. In order to award and motivate such efforts, the Doris and Ted Lee Family Foundation developed the Lee School Prize Competition in collaboration with...
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28
May

University Of Nevada, Las Vegas Business School Answers The Humanitarian Call

FORBES Martin Luther King Jr. once wrote, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” If nothing else, the current pandemic has thrown down the gauntlet to challenge mankind. How will we answer the call to action? How will we emerge a greater and more complete community than we were...
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22
May

Innovators and Entrepreneurs Will Be Key To Reopening.

MONEY RADIO Business for Breakfast - Leith Martin, Executive Director, Troesh Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at UNLV talks The Lee Prize with hosts Ken Morgan & Mark Asher.
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22
May

ODDS ARE RECOVERY WILL BE SLOW FOR THE LAS VEGAS STRIP

RESTAURANT BUSINESS ONLINE Reopened neighborhood restaurants are attracting locals, but hotel and casino spots rely on tourism and conventions.
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19
May

Eureka Casino’s Andre Carrier talks about the impact of COVID-19 on the Las Vegas economy and the search for solutions

FOX LA As Las Vegas begins plans to reopen, Eureka Casino’s Andre Carrier talks about the impact of COVID-19 on the Las Vegas economy and the search for solutions.UNLV’S Lee School of business is offering a $1 million prize for Innovation and entrepreneurship from individuals or companies with technologies or solutions that "better safeguard the...
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17
May

Las Vegas heavyweights are betting on a comeback

TRAVEL WEEKLY With a reopening of the Las Vegas Strip likely just around the corner, some of the market's biggest casino-hotels are preparing to welcome back guests as soon as state restrictions on gaming operations are lifted.
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17
May

Lee Prize kick-starts search for solutions

TRAVEL WEEKLY The Lee School Prize for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is accepting submissions from individuals or companies with technologies or solutions that "better safeguard the hospitality, food and beverage, entertainment or travel industries in a post-pandemic world."
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14
May

The Competition To ‘Rapidly Address’ Coronavirus Challenges

BENZINGA The hospitality, entertainment, and travel industries combine to put 330 million people to work and generate a global economic impact of $8.9 trillion. As economies slowly reopen around the world, a Las Vegas competition is looking for the most innovative ideas to "rapidly address" COVID-19 challenges...
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13
May

HAVE IDEAS FOR HELPING RESTAURANTS? YOU COULD WIN $1M

RESTAURANT BUSINESS ONLINE UNLV's Lee Business School is teaming up with its namesake family to hold a competition for entrepreneurs. The aim is to generate ideas that will help restaurants and other components of the hospitality business...
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08
May

Southern Nevada Business Leaders Say Cut Red Tape To Boost Economy

Las Vegas Councilman Brian Knudsen says municipal government is all ears when it comes to suggestions on how to get the economy going after the pandemic. “The more ideas people have, keep pushing them forward,” he said. Some Southern Nevada business leaders obliged...
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