LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Over 50 native companies had been in attendance on the Clark County Amphitheater grounds for a small business even on Saturday, with the purpose of supporting native business homeowners and growing their alternatives for fulfillment.
Chantal D’larenti owns A Taste of Coffee, a roasting and tasting room in Henderson.
She opened her store 2 months earlier than the pandemic.
She mentioned it’s not solely vital to obtain group support however for different companies to support one another.
“We wouldn’t be without our locals, so one of the things we give back to is that we have baked goods that we actually bring into small local businesses,” mentioned D’larenti. “One example is the Aussie project, they make Australian meat pies and we’re really super excited because they’re going to have them in store next week.”
Aussie Project Restaurant proprietor Alex Biffin mentioned they first began promoting meat pies to family and friends earlier than the business began to develop and partnerships like these are a great way to attain new patrons and make connections.
“I’ve actually joined a group, it’s a big business group and their whole outlook is helping each other out,” added Biffin. “I just really adopted that, I really love that. I love the comradery and community spirit.”
Kristina Amos, proprietor of Bella Naturals, mentioned it is a nice occasion to community.
While she was fortunate to have constructed a base of loyal clients prior to the pandemic, she is aware of not everyone seems to be as fortunate…
“So those customers kept me alive and that was so important for me during COVID times,” defined Amos. “That’s another reason for the community support because you keep us alive.”