White Label World Expo (WLWE)

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A new convention and chapter await your business in Las Vegas this fall! From August 1-2, the White Label World Expo (WLWE) will be hosted at the Las Vegas Convention Center located at 3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109. Created by Prysm, one of the fastest-growing and most progressive exhibition organizers in the world, the White Label World Expo delivers exceptional educational content and industry insight for small businesses, with a particular focus on post-COVID-19 economic recovery and revitalization.

You won’t want to miss this convention which will connect over 15,000 retail, e-commerce, and online selling professionals who are eager to get their products and services back into the hands and faces of their consumer base. For more information, check out the site of the White Label World Expo.

What should I know before arriving to the White Label World Expo?

As always, to make a tradeshow a success, you have to make it to the tradeshow in the first place. So keep in mind your travel and arrival details; just for kicks though, here is what you need to know. McCarran International Airport, located at 5757 Wayne Newton Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119 is about 5 miles south of Downtown Las Vegas and has many flights and car rental services available. To find out more, go to the LAS Airport site.

The WLWE is hosted at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) which is located adjacent to the Las Vegas Strip and is just 4 miles from the airport. There are many ways to access the LVCC including:

  • The Las Vegas Monorail: Monorail trains arrive every 4-5 minutes during large conventions and take a maximum of 10 minutes to reach the convention center from any part of the line.
  • Shuttle Service: There is an airport shuttle service that will take you directly to the LVCC and back.
  • Driving: Depending on where you are staying, routes accessing the LVCC can differ. Check out the White Label World Expo show information for more details.
Las Vegas Convention Center
Las Vegas Convention Center

What should I do at the White Label World Expo Convention?

The WLWE presents a dynamic opportunity to connect with industry leaders through face-to-face interactions or via their keynote presentations. Take advantage of their free advice and consultations so that your burgeoning brand enjoys pivotal conversations and professional connections throughout the convention. Their renowned seminar sessions and panel services are specifically geared to discuss the inner workings of competitive pricing, sustainable techniques, leading trends, and to cover basics such as negotiating deals necessary to position yourself as an industry leader. In order to maximize your visit, WLWE offers a free match-making service to direct you towards the potential suppliers and showcases best suited for your specific business needs. For more information, check the matchmaking service of the WLWE.

This convention is the premier destination for thousands of worldwide leaders, entrepreneurs, online sellers, retailers, and distributors, to network with countless business, e-commerce, and startup owners. Whether you’re seeking out top representatives from industry leaders including eBay, Amazon, Etsy, Shopify, or meeting retailers in the industry to help you build your business, the show floor is the place for you! For more information on events and presentations hosted at WLWE.

White Label World Expo convention
White Label World Expo convention

What casinos should I go to while attending the White Label World Expo?

Depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re into sports betting, Caesar’s Palace is widely known for its acclaimed sportsbook, culminating with a 138-foot LED video wall composed of a constantly updating betting lines board and plasma screen TVs broadcasting live games. If poker is more up your alley, the Bellagio is a popular choice for casual and committed players. There are even beaches in the desert! The Mandalay Bay boasts a 1.6-million-gallon pool and nearly 3,000 tons of actual sand. It should come as no surprise that visitors and staff alike call Mandalay Bay’s pool “the beach.” So whether you’re searching for the underdog to bet on or aiming for a royal flush to cap your day, the possibilities for fun and diversion are endless.

Caesar’s Palace
Caesar’s Palace

Where should I eat while at the White Label World Expo?

Great question. As exciting as the convention might be, and as great as casino food is, Las Vegas is a premier food destination for a reason. Based on your palate (and budget), here’s a helpful list to get you started. 

Honey Salt, located at 1031 S Rampart Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89145, is famous for its high-quality comfort food, especially its Biloxi buttermilk fried chicken sandwich and Grandma Rosie’s turkey meatballs. Even for its relaxed atmosphere, conventional fine dining is also an option at Honey Salt; its roasted Scottish salmon and charred filet mignon are must-eats too.

For world-class Italian cuisine, Las Vegas features dine-in-only Osteria Fiorella located at 11011 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89135. Heralding an expansive menu, dishes such as ricotta gnocchi with brown butter and crispy leeks, linguine with littleneck clams, and Fiorella sausage ragu are popular mainstays.

Honey Salt
Honey Salt

Heading to an oyster bar is among the most iconic things to do in Vegas and therefore the “creatively” named Oyster Bar located at 2411 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102 is a highly-recommended experience for visitors. Chow down on some, well, homemade chowder and sample their shucked oysters, not to mention their late night $1 oysters.

Oyster Bar
Oyster Bar

What bars are near me?

Las Vegas is known as Sin City and it’s not because of the Raiders’ offensive line. With a robust nightlife scene, figuring out the best bars to hit up can be a fun challenge. Here are our two cents. 

It always bodes well for an establishment when Vegas’ top bartenders flock there in their free time. In other words, Herbs & Rye is your favorite bartender’s favorite bar. Located at 3173 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102, Herb & Rye is a cocktail bar known for its inspired menu, divided into drinks from different eras of American History. Anything from 1776 to today is fair game, so check them out to have a drink for the ages.

In a city full of bars, it takes a lot to be considered iconic. The Sand Dollar Lounge has what it takes. Located at 3355 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89102, this establishment has a rocking reputation for having musical greats grace their stage. The likes of Muddy Waters, B.B. King. and even Mick Jagger have all swung by to sing some tunes since the bar’s opening in 1976. Coupled with its $5 locally-crafted “Beer Roulette” and best-selling drinks like The Lupita – a home-brewed orgeat and flash-infused basil tequila – and Thai Tea Trippin’ – rum, milk, sugar, and spiced tea – the Sand Dollar Lounge makes for an entertaining experience. Find out more at https://thesanddollarlv.com.

The Sand Dollar Lounge
The Sand Dollar Lounge

If you’re interested in nukes and drinks, swing by Atomic Liquors located at 917 Fremont St, Las Vegas, NV 89101. Back in the 50’s when watching nuclear test explosions was just another Tuesday in Nevada, Atomic Liquors was the place for people to grab a drink, sit on the roof, and enjoy the radioactive show. Nowadays, as the oldest free-standing bar in Las Vegas, Atomic Liquors has become both a historical hotspot and a cocktail crowd-pleaser you don’t want to miss. Check them out at http://atomic.vegas

Atomic Liquors
Atomic Liquors

What strip clubs are near me?

Let’s face it. It’s Vegas.

So instead of ignoring the elephant in the room, let’s talk about the rhino. The Spearmint Rhino to be exact. Located at 3340 S Highland Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89109, the Spearmint Rhino has a reputation much better than its unusual name would suggest. Though a bit pricey, the newly renovated club has four massive stages, a kitchen cranking out quality meals around the clock, and of course, beautiful women to make your night one to remember.

To continue our pattern of animal names, Crazy Horse III is a popular strip club to swing by. Located at 3525 W Russell Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89118, Crazy Horse III is a 40,000 sq ft nightclub-esque strip club. Not only does the club have plenty of stages across several rooms, but because of its relative neatness, it’s a classy spot to watch the big game on one of many TVs and to enjoy some great late-night meals. Oh, and they offer free limos.

The Spearmint Rhino
The Spearmint Rhino

Larry Flint’s Hustler Club, whose name alone should stir some interest, is often the place for big groups! As one of the most electrifying and lively strip clubs in town, the three-story venue is more than name-brand: they’ve made a name for themselves. Neon lights shower the stage as performers put on an absolute show. Located at 6007 Dean Martin Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89118.

Larry Flint’s Hustler Club
Larry Flint’s Hustler Club
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