SALT LAKE AREA
Salt Lake City – For the second year in a row, UTAH emerged as the top state in the annual Thumbtack.com Small Business Friendliness Survey. The study surveyed more than 12,000 small business owners across the nation. U...July 3, 2014
From Military Strategy to Business Savvy
Skills learned in the military don’t always translate to the civilian workplace. But the military philosophies of serving the community and helping those in need are great business ethics and a good starting point for veterans interested ...July 3, 2014
Using Pinterest in Social Media Marketing
Social media can engage the visual senses and no platform does it better than Pinterest. Since launching in 2010, Pinterest has quickly become a social media giant, combining both news and images. Pinterest users love the idea of having their o...July 3, 2014
Welcoming the U.S. Hispanic Chamber National Convention
Natalie Gochnour is an associate dean in the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and chief economist for the Salt Lake Chamber.
We should always walk like one family.
We are all in the same cause and need.
Together...July 3, 2014
How to De-clutter and Organize—and Make Room for Your Cars
When was the last time you saw someone’s garage that just had a car parked in it—or for that matter, had any car parked in it? In the case of more than 25 percent of American homes, according to a study by the U.S. Department of Ene...July 3, 2014
Utah’s Beer and Wine Industry is Heating Up
It was the mid-80s, and Greg Schirf had just moved to Utah. He came from Milwaukee, arguably the most beer-loving city in the country, and was dismayed to discover that his new home had no local breweries. So he came up with an idea that seemed...July 3, 2014
Local chefs are spicing up the state’s culinary atmosphere, mixing creativity with delectable menu items to introduce a new level of sophistication to Utah diners. And restaurant patrons are eating it up.
In the last decade, the state...July 3, 2014
Some people are predisposed to become entrepreneurs. As children, they operate lemonade stands and lawn-mowing services—on top of their paper routes. But some realize their entrepreneurship later in life, or simply rise to a calling that ...July 3, 2014
A New Utah Law Protects Corporations that Give Back
There’s a new corporate consciousness—call it “capitalism with a conscience”—sweeping across the globe. It officially arrived in Utah in May, and the power it carries with it could be enormous.
On May 13, Senat...July 3, 2014
Utah’s manufacturers are moving full steam ahead, with trends like lower energy costs, robotics helping to streamline processes and reshoring product development bolstering the industry. But despite these strengths, leaders say the indust...July 3, 2014
Monetizing Utah Retail Liquor Licenses
Tim Kuhn is an associate in Snell & Wilmer’s business and finance group. Leeza Evensen is a partner in the firm’s real estate group.
Effective July 1, 2014, the Utah retail license laws changed to allow holders of certain re...July 3, 2014
Thanksgiving Point Launches its First Capital Campaign
Thanksgiving Point founders and staff had a grand vision for a totally unique museum experience—something combining the fun of a children’s museum with the educational value of a science museum. It would be engaging, interactive, in...July 3, 2014
Which is the Best Way to Raise Capital for Your Business?
Doug Wells is a partner at Albion Financial Group.
My first job out of college was with a Fortune 100 company that measured success by market share and revenue. When my team saw opportunities to strengthen our market position, we simply put...July 3, 2014
Helix Education hired STEVE PAPPAGEORGE as chief product officer and senior vice president and TOM CASWELL as director of instructional design. Pappageorge most recently served as dean of the College of Continuing Education, New Programs and Ou...July 3, 2014
Chris Bray is the CEO of Utah Nonprofits Association (UNA) and also serves on many committees such as the United Way of Salt Lake board of directors, the Lt. Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteers, the Governor’s Legislativ...July 3, 2014
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