30 10, 2017

Lessons learned from the Cybersecurity Business Roundtable

By | October 30th, 2017|Blog, Cybersecurity Month, Policy|0 Comments

From left to right: Sean England, Moreton & Company; Logan Sisam,Utah Department of Emergency Mangement; Larry Finch, Competitive Edge Office Systems; Rona Rahlf,  President, Utah Valley Chamber; and Mark Poole, Manufacturing Extension Program Center. In partnership with the Utah Valley Chamber, the Salt Lake Chamber’s Cybersecurity Leadership Council led an educational seminar on [...]

27 10, 2017

UBR: October 23-27

By | October 27th, 2017|UBR|0 Comments

October 23, 2017 The Salt Lake Chamber is boosting its international trade services by offering companies involved in export and global trade, innovative export documentation and compliance solution. eCertify is a user friendly, online solution which transforms the costly, time-consuming paper-based process for stamping and signing of paper-based Certificates of Origin into a streamlined electronic [...]

26 10, 2017

Salt Lake Chamber Applauds Congress for Passing Budget – a Key Step in Tax Reform

By | October 26th, 2017|Blog, Policy|0 Comments

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (October 26, 2017) - Lane Beattie, president and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber issued the following statement today after Congress’ final passage of the Budget Resolution for FY18, unlocking the process to achieve pro-growth tax reform: “As Utah’s business leader, we are thrilled that Congress is moving forward with tax [...]

26 10, 2017

Utah Executives Have Positive Outlook on Future Economy

By | October 26th, 2017|Blog, Economic Development, Jobs and Growth, News & Press, Policy|0 Comments

Salt Lake Chamber releases Q3 CEOutlook Report SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (October 26, 2017) – Today members of the Salt Lake Chamber gathered at the Federal Reserve Salt Lake Branch to learn the results of the Salt Lake Chamber’s CEOutlook Q3 results. The Salt Lake Chamber’s CEOutlook is a new statewide economic survey of Utah [...]

26 10, 2017

Pathways to Professions: Expanding the Workforce Pipeline

By | October 26th, 2017|Blog, Education, Workforce and Health Care, Policy|0 Comments

Building a skilled workforce is a priority for our state’s business community. In order to maintain Utah’s top performing economy, and with an increase in population imminent, now more than ever Utah’s business community is putting education and workforce development at the forefront of their company both to meet the demand for current jobs and [...]

25 10, 2017

Five Annoying Ways to Get Document Security Wrong.

By | October 25th, 2017|Blog, Cybersecurity Month, Policy|0 Comments

Even the smallest businesses are starting to realize document security matters.  While most stories about security breaches focus on secret government attacks and evil cyber villains, the most common threats are a lot less exciting. In practice, there are some annoyingly easy ways to lose sensitive files. 1. Leaving them in the printer tray. You [...]

24 10, 2017

Top 5 Reasons to Attend the Government Affairs Bootcamp

By | October 24th, 2017|Blog, Policy|0 Comments

The Salt Lake Chamber’s 2nd Annual Government Affairs Bootcamp is quickly approaching. This intensive two-day training is an opportunity to ensure the voices of Utah’s business community are heard on capitol hill. Besides knowing why government relations is important for your organization, there are many reasons why you as a business leader, new or experienced [...]

20 10, 2017

UBR: October 16-20

By | October 20th, 2017|Policy|0 Comments

October 16, 2017 Shorter days mean longer hours for the lighting systems at your business. Did you know lighting upgrades are often the easiest energy-efficiency improvements you can make? Projects often pay back your investment through energy savings in two years or less. LED upgrades are an excellent way to enhance lighting quality while cutting [...]

20 10, 2017

Out of this World: Iceland

By | October 20th, 2017|Blog, Events, News & Press, Trip Summary|0 Comments

The first thing you notice when descending to Keflavik International Airport is the vast, uninterrupted expanse of the land. It is noticeably different from other countries, with their bustling suburbs and interconnected cities on display from the plane. In Iceland, there is a stillness on the surface that belies what is roiling underneath the earth. [...]

18 10, 2017

Utah Nursing Consortium

By | October 18th, 2017|Blog, Education, Workforce and Health Care, Policy|0 Comments

Healing Utah’s Nursing Gap It’s no secret that Utah’s population is growing, aging and become more chronically ill. Our need for nurses is particularly acute because we have the fastest-growing elderly population, the youngest population, and the lowest death rate in the country (1). In other words, we live a long time, love our [...]