The February 2018 issue of Utah Business magazine features a story on the state’s booming food truck industry, a real estate outlook, and the annual Forty Under 40.


Paving the Way for Food Trucks:

Ten years ago, people were of two minds about food trucks. Either people envisioned sandwich carts that set up shop outside construction sites, or they saw them as what many called “roach coaches” serving “street meat” – in short, not exactly places you’d want to buy a meal if you didn’t want to regret it afterward. Then came the food truck revolution.

Build Out:

Utah’s residential real estate market has had a similar story over the past few years: dwindling inventory leading to increasing prices, along with continued growth in the multi-family sector. But Utah is projected to double its population by 2065. That unprecedented growth is expected to have an even larger impact on housing in communities – and those trends of the future are already starting to show up today.

Forty Under 40:

The 30s can be a magic decade. A 30-something is old enough to have accomplished a great deal: launching a company (or several), climbing to the top of the corporate ladder, bringing innovation to an industry. But he or she is also young enough to have decades of time for new adventures and fresh accomplishments. While our lineup of Forty Under 40 honorees have already achieved major professional successes, they are perfectly poised for further growth and transformation. Join us as we pause for a moment to celebrate their current successes, before they are off and running again, conquering the world.

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