Northern Nevada is the perfect distribution hub for your business
Exciting things are happening in the state of Nevada. Long known for its business-friendly climate, Nevada continues to welcome companies such as Tesla, Apple, Amazon, Walmart, Google, Switch, and Blockchains, LLC—who are leading the way in the state’s unprecedented growth.
Companies and West Coast distribution centers located in Nevada enjoy no corporate income tax, no personal income tax or inventory tax. Nevada is also free of franchise, non-unitary state, inheritance, estate and intangible taxes. Utility costs are also significantly lower than neighboring California, making this the perfect place to do business.
Thanks to Nevada’s mild and dry climate, products shipped in and out of the state are generally not subject to severe weather, meaning your products can last longer—both in cartons and on the shelf.
Reno, Nevada is a great place to work, live and play
In addition to being a great place for distribution, it’s also an amazing place to live and work. In fact, Reno was recently named one of the 12 best places to live in America by Outside Magazine! Learn more about why so many people are moving to the Reno Tahoe area to work, live and play.
More and more companies are relocating to the Reno-Sparks-Tahoe region and it’s no accident. Built on a foundation for the growth of technology with our success in attracting advanced manufacturing, distribution and data centers, some of the biggest names in technology like Apple, Google and Tesla have already made the move to our region. Hear what executives from Switch, Clear Capital and Flirtey say about why they relocated their companies to Northern Nevada in the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada’s video “The New Nevada”.
Higher education in Northern Nevada is leading to a growing workforce
The University of Nevada, Reno is a rapidly growing Tier 1 University right in our own back yard, Truckee Meadows Community College boasts more 30,000 active students, and Western Nevada College offers some of the country’s best vocational training—and they all contribute to a highly-educated and expanding work force in Northern Nevada.
West Coast transit times from Reno/Sparks
One of the reasons Nevada is known as the distribution center “Hub of the West” is because we offer overnight delivery to nearly every major western U.S. city. Reno/Sparks is the center of an extensive transportation network on two major highway corridors: Interstate 80 and U.S. Highway 395, reaching over 53 million people.