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Smaller Brands Find Exposure at Winter OR Expo

Wandering around the Winter Market Outdoor Retailer expo, it’s easy to get caught up in the grand, inventive displays from some of the biggest names in outdoor recreation. Just across the aisle or hall from miniature climbing walls or...
January 11, 2016

Premium Reserved Parking Arrives at Salt Lake City International Airport

Salt Lake City—A new convenient, reserved parking option—expected to be popular with frequent business travelers—has been added to the parking garage at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Premium Reserved Parking prov...
January 11, 2016

CES Roundup 2016

Several Utah businesses launched new products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, held Jan. 6-9. Here are a few of the companies and their new offerings. iFit At CES 2016, health and fitness leader iFit announces iFit Coach, ...
January 11, 2016

Utah Motorsports Campus Signs Interim Racetrack Management Contract with Tooele County

Salt Lake City—Utah Motorsports Campus (UMC), a division of Mitime Utah Investment, LLC, has signed a contract with Tooele County to manage the former Miller Motorsports Park (MMP) racing facility in Tooele. The length of the contract is ...
January 11, 2016

Best Companies to Work for 2015

Not everyone can say they love the company they work for, but that’s not a problem at the 35 companies we’re honoring in our annual Best Companies to Work For program. These companies strive to create an environment for employees th...
January 11, 2016

The Sharing Economy

Peer-to-peer Commerce is Shaking up Traditional Business Models
Is your garage filled with outdoor rec toys you only pull out once or twice a year? What about your fruit trees—did any apples rot on your ground last season? How about your home? Do you have a spare bedroom that’s collecting dust? ...
January 11, 2016

Educating Innovators

Using Arts Education to Complement Core and STEM Curriculum
The 21st century has been a tough one for arts education. Between a heavier focus on core classes and tighter budgets, most schools lack the time or money to include regular lessons in art, dance, music and other mediums. But arts education...
January 11, 2016

Ryan Ashton: Making a Difference in the Life Sciences

You can say the entrepreneurial gene has always been in Ryan Ashton’s DNA. Ashton’s résumé focuses on advanced-technology companies, and his experience includes key leadership roles at Megahertz and Inari, as CEO of Pr...
January 11, 2016

Liz Findlay: Getting Albion Fit

In 2010, Liz Findlay and her husband, Dave, founded the women’s clothing company Albion, which specializes in fitness apparel and swimsuits. Albion—named after the Albion Basin in Little Cottonwood Canyon, where the couple got engag...
January 11, 2016

Baby Steps

The Challenges of Taking a Bright Idea and Making it Reality
Like every mother, Kurt Workman’s aunt fretted over her children, in this case premature, newborn twins, especially at night when they were out of sight. “I saw her worry and stress over them and their care and I thought, ‘Why...
January 11, 2016

Managing Change

Corporate IT Managers Ride a Wave of Constant Innovation
Technology changes faster than anyone expects. Ten years ago, designing apps for a mobile phone was unheard of—today, app development is one of the top fields of study. The word “cloud” used to describe what you saw in the sky...
January 11, 2016

More than Money

Need a Strategic Investor? Be Strategic in Your Search
Not all investment money is created equal. There are investors—and then there are strategic investors. When you want a strategic investor to help grow your business, you'd best be strategic in your search. Know how much involvemen...
January 11, 2016

Youthful Utahns

A Large Cohort of Millennials is Reshaping the Landscape in the Beehive State
Utah is, by far, the youngest state in the union. Our median age is 30.2, compared with the national median of 36.8. That means an enormous chunk of Utah’s population is comprised of Millennials. In fact, in the year 2000, Millennials ove...
January 11, 2016

Thrill Seekers

Utah’s Extreme-Sports Scene is not for the Faint of Heart
Winter is coming. For some, this means the welcome start of the ski and snowboard season, or for ice skating, snowman making and snowball fights. But for those who have reached their winter of discontentment with those activities, Utah offers p...
January 11, 2016

Avoid Corporate Gambling

What to Know for Contests, Giveaways and Sweepstakes
A new restaurant runs a promotion whereby the ten thousandth customer wins a year’s supply of meals. A tech company collects market data by getting internet patrons to fill out lengthy surveys for a chance to win a trip to Hawaii. An onli...
January 11, 2016

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