The Bosma Business Center celebrated its grand opening with the Reno-Sparks Chamber of Commerce.
The building at Holcomb Avenue and Ryland Street houses more than 30 different businesses from accountants to marketers to lawyers who offer their services to business owners.
The manager says having all the businesses together in one place really helps save time for business owners. "A business owner's number one limitation is time. If they create more time they can get more done. By collaborating with the other advisors it saves the business owner time by having to have this meeting and then wait a week to go to the next meeting," says managing member Mike Bosma.
The 27,000 square foot building reopened recently after about a year of renovations.
Bosma says they have some spaces left for new businesses, but those are going fast.
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