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Lisa Song Sutton

Entrepreneur | Real Estate Investor | Former Miss NevadaSin City Cupcakes

Las Vegas, Nevada Area

Member Since October 2014


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Lisa Song Sutton is an entrepreneur, seasoned real estate investor and former Miss Nevada. She started her business career working in a top Las Vegas law firm, specializing in business litigation. She then went on to create companies of her own. As a diversified entrepreneur, Lisa has scaled multiple 7 and 8 figure companies. Her business portfolio includes Sin City Cupcakes, Ship Las Vegas, Elite Homes - Engel & Volkers, and Liquid & Lace swimwear. In addition to her work as an entrepreneur and real estate investor, Lisa has published numerous articles for Forbes, Inc. Magazine, and Business Insider on business and entrepreneurship. Lisa shares her message of leadership, empowerment and action with audiences from the TEDx stage to local schools, encouraging private sector to come off the sidelines and get involved in their communities. Coming from a military family, Lisa is a strong advocate for the veteran community. She is currently a General Partner with a $20M pre-seed venture capital fund called The Veteran Fund, which invests in veteran led and military-spouse led companies. Lisa continues to stay actively involved in her community serving on non-profit boards, including StartUpNV - Nevada’s largest statewide business incubator. She is also a member of the Young President’s Organization (YPO) and the Rolling Stone Culture Council. Lisa is also a former Global Shaper selected by the World Economic Forum, a former 2021 Fellow at the Club for Growth Foundation and was named a Top Ten Social Entrepreneur to Watch by Inc. Magazine. Find more information about Lisa at

Published content

12 Accounting Mistakes New Business Owners Often Make

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A new business won't survive long if it doesn't have solid cash flow and a good accounting system in place. Unfortunately, some of the most common financial problems stem from simple mistakes new entrepreneurs may make the first time they're tasked with keeping the books. Luckily, there are ways to avoid or fix most of these common mistakes and save your business's bottom line. To that end, a panel of Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) members answered the following question:

How To Find Undervalued Real Estate For Investing


Even when there’s uncertainty in the market, you can still find ways to take advantage of sources for undervalued real estate.

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Equality in work and business is something that women have been striving toward for many years. While great strides have been made in recent years, women still have to work hard in most situations to find themselves on equal footing with their male counterparts. As such, it's crucial for female entrepreneurs to know their worth and to feel empowered as leaders and role models in business. Here, eight leading women from Young Entrepreneur Council share the books that have made them feel empowered as female entrepreneurs and why.

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For entrepreneurs who want a leg up when starting a business, consider becoming a franchisee of an already successful company. This path ensures a built-in customer base, brand recognition and support from a parent company—benefits you might not get if you started a business from scratch. There are many profitable franchising models out there across nearly every industry, so aspiring entrepreneurs of all interests and backgrounds have plenty of options to choose from. To help you narrow the list down, seven Young Entrepreneur Council members weighed in on current franchising trends. If you’re looking for a starting point to explore the world of franchising, check out the industries these experts say lend themselves well to the franchising model.

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Workplace stress levels continue to climb across all professions, resulting in increased burnout and decreased productivity. But just because employee stress is common does not mean it should be ignored.  By supporting workplace well-being, business leaders can play a key role in improving employee satisfaction and performance. Below, 10 Young Entrepreneur Council members shared their actionable tips for enhancing employee health and wellness.

Company details

Sin City Cupcakes

Company bio

Las Vegas' #1 Alcohol-Infused Cupcake Company


Food & Beverages

Company size

2 - 10

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