As a proud product of the Las Vegas community and the Clark County School District, my relationship with this city runs deep. It’s not just about the glittering lights, epic entertainment, or the allure of the Strip. It’s about the potential for innovation, the opportunity for growth, and the power of community. Today, as the founder of RECORD, a tech startup in Las Vegas, I see a future where this city is not just the entertainment capital, but also a thriving hub for technology and innovation.

Las Vegas is ripe with opportunities for startups. We boast a major international airport offering easy access to anywhere in the world, making it a global hub for business. If you’re in business, chances are you will be in Vegas at least once a year.

But it’s not just the accessibility that sets Las Vegas apart. It’s the unique testing ground that we offer for product testing and discovery. With millions of tourists visiting each year, we have a diverse demographic to validate product-market fit, refine our products, and drive innovation.

However, Las Vegas’s startup ecosystem needs a spark. A major win. A startup that starts, scales, and exits right here in Las Vegas, turning a raft of employees into the next generation of entrepreneurs.

My vision is for RECORD to be that company. Born and raised in Las Vegas, we’re leveraging cutting-edge technology to revolutionize the personal injury case management industry. We’re committed to our city, and we’re proud to be part of the growing tech scene here.

A major startup success story in Las Vegas can serve as a catalyst for future entrepreneurs and investors, showing them what’s possible in this vibrant city. We need to demonstrate that Las Vegas is more than just the Entertainment Capital of the World; it’s a city of innovation, entrepreneurship, and technological advancements.

Las Vegas has everything a startup needs: a vibrant community, a perfect location, a diverse testing ground, and a resilient spirit. Now we need the success stories. I firmly believe that RECORD can be one of those stories.

We’re not just building a tech product; we’re crafting a legacy. We’re proving that startups can thrive in Las Vegas. I invite fellow founders, innovators, and investors to join us on this journey. Together, let’s put Las Vegas on the tech startup map.