Every good meeting needs a little help. From vendors and suppliers, to registration services and permit applications, we have everything you need to start planning your next extraordinary meeting.
If you have a business based in Clark County and would like to be considered to be listed in the vendor listings or work in the Las Vegas Convention Center, please visit our Application Page. Please review requirements, print and submit as instructed in the documents.
Vendors & Suppliers
Every good meeting needs a little help. And this search feature is just what you need to find and compare local Las Vegas vendors and services.
Thank you for your interest in listing your services with the LVCVA. There are two types of listings available. The first is a general listing. This is for vendors that do not work at the Las Vegas Convention Center. This listing is free but requires an active Clark County or local city business license.
The LVCVA Basic Vendor General listing is an opportunity for meeting planners to find and compare vendors and services for upcoming Las Vegas conventions or meetings. This is a complimentary service connecting meeting planners to local businesses in the Las Vegas Valley.
In order to be listed on the Vendor Listing and Services Search, an enterprise must submit the following:
- A valid and secure (https://) working website is required. Social networking sites such as Twitter or Facebook will not be accepted. Your website must list your Las Vegas office contact information.
- A copy of your Clark County Business License or City Business License (NOTE: State of Nevada Business License is not accepted; City business license must fall within Clark County).
- Business’ Clark County address and phone number.
- Full contact information on the attached application.
Please click here for the application form.
The second listing is as an Exhibitor Appointed Contractor to work at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC).
ALL VENDORS WORKING WITHIN THE LVCC MUST BE LICENSED THROUGH THIS PROCESS.
The licensing to work on LVCVA property requires certificate of insurance (general liability & workers compensation) and an annual permit fee.
Please visit our contractor application page here to begin the licensing process to begin the licensing process.
Any contractor working at the Las Vegas Convention Center must obtain an EAC permit. An EAC permit requires a certificate of insurance (general/auto liability and workers’ compensation) and an annual permit fee of $250. ALL EACs WORKING WITHIN THE PROPERTY MUST BE PERMITTED THROUGH THIS PROCESS. If you are applying for an Exhibitor Appointed Contractor permit, please answer the question below and complete the application.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) is a participant in the Exhibition Services & Contractors Association (ESCA) Exhibition Industry Worker Identification System (WIS). For more information, please go to www.ESCA.org.
Click here to review our insurance requirements. PDF File and sample COI.
Submit Your RFP
Whether your group is large or small, requires function space or only sleeping rooms, we’re here to help make your event a success.