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Jay Bean: The Accidental Marketer

Sixteen years ago, Jay Bean may not have known a thing about online marketing, but he knew what opportunity was, and he wasn’t about to ignore that quiet little knock. It was 1999. Bean had been working for a marketing software company wh...
May 8, 2015

Virginia Pearce: Creating ‘Reel’ Opportunities for Utah’s Film Industry

Movies, both big budget and independent, have been a part of Utah’s economy since Hollywood was enamored by the state’s rugged Western landscapes during the John Wayne era. As the recently appointed director of the Utah Film Commiss...
May 8, 2015

Rising to the Challenge

How Fidelity Investments Succeeded at the Clear the Air Challenge
When winter is cold and gray, the thick layer of Utah inversion is on everyone’s mind. But as the weather warms up and the skies turn blue, the state’s air quality issues seem to fall off the radar. But the Salt Lake Chamber, state ...
May 8, 2015

Coding Boot Camps

Enlisting a New Generation of Developers
According to Marc Andreessen, co-founder of one of the most successful venture capital firms in the country, software is eating the world. Virtually every classification of business, industry and government has had to establish an online presen...
May 8, 2015

Catchy and Concise

How to Create a Tagline that will Stick
As a brand-new business, it can be hard to let the world know what you’ve got to offer. Enter the tagline—a short sentence or phrase that essentially sums up what your company can do for customers and why your business is the best. ...
May 8, 2015

Crash Course

The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program Helps Entrepreneurs up their Game
Since the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program began in Utah in early 2013, more than 150 business owners have graduated and created more than 1,500 new jobs within the state—and the program is still gaining traction. The $50...
May 8, 2015

Get Up and Move!

How to Avoid a Sedentary Office Lifestyle
Are you a desk potato? Do you sit at your desk, day in and day out, for hours a day? If so, bad news: It turns out that sitting all day, whether on the couch or at your desk, is terrible for your health. “We know that physical inactiv...
May 8, 2015

Hacked Again?!

What to Know about Utah’s Data Breach Statute…for Now
Cybersecurity is no longer just a buzz word for IT personnel. It is a necessary talking point in boardrooms and business meetings. Last year alone, more than 1,000 businesses were subjected to cyber-attacks. About two-thirds of them learned abo...
May 8, 2015

Is Entrepreneurship for You?

Before You Make the Leap, Ask Yourself these Tough Questions
It’s been quite remarkable to watch entrepreneurship move its way up the popularity scale of career choices. For nearly 20 years I was a founder, partner, shareholder or investor in companies both large and small. During the vast majority...
May 8, 2015

A Rising Tide

It’s time for Utah Wages to Increase
I had an embarrassing moment last month. I was making a presentation about the Utah economy at the Governor’s Economic Summit. The presentation was packed with well-deserved positive news about the Utah economy, but I wanted to highlight ...
May 8, 2015

May Around Utah Facts

SALT LAKE AREA Salt Lake City – Golf entertainment company TOPGOLF INTERNATIONAL, INC. chose Salt Lake City for its first Utah location. Topgolf will begin construction on the 65,000-square-foot facility this spring; the venue is expe...
May 8, 2015

Commercial Real Estate

      Attendees: Melissa Clyne, NAIOP Utah Chapter Brandon Fugal, CBC Advisors Scott Wilmarth, CBRE Dan Lofgren, Cowboy Partners Kip Paul, Cushman & Wakefield  | Commerce ...
May 8, 2015

Strength in Numbers

Local Associations Lay Groundwork for Utah’s Minority Populations
On a warm evening in early March, the Utah chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) gathered at Pierpont Place in Salt Lake City to celebrate the Utah group’s 35th anniversary. Dozens of members and potential j...
May 8, 2015

BUILDING UTAH

Major Construction Projects Spanning the State
From the concrete jungle of downtown Salt Lake City to the wide open spaces of rural Utah, construction projects across the state are making a major impact on the local economy. These projects range from new office buildings and hospitals to a ...
May 8, 2015

Camp Snowbird: Exciting Summertime Mountain Fun

Readers’ Choice, as selected by Utah Business Facebook fans…
Each month, we ask our Facebook fans to nominate their favorite Utah-owned businesses and select one to feature here. This month we asked fans to tell us their favorite local place to take her children. Want us to write about a business you lov...
May 8, 2015

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