11 07, 2017

5 uniquely Utah summer activities

By |2017-07-14T09:43:17-07:00July 11th, 2017|Blog, News & Press|0 Comments

Originally published by KSL.com on July 11, 2017. Days of '47 Rodeo One of Utah’s longest-standing traditions, the Days of ’47 Rodeo has celebrated Utah’s heritage since 1857. This year the rodeo will be held at the Utah State Fairpark in the brand-new, $16 million, 10,000 seat Days of ’47 Arena. Only the best rodeo [...]

13 05, 2017

Brothers in arms; mentors in business: Help for veteran entrepreneurs

By |2017-07-14T10:07:10-07:00May 13th, 2017|Blog, Events, News & Press|0 Comments

Originally published by Jason Lee, KSL.com, on May 13, 2017. SANDY — When veterans separate from the military, making the transition into civilian life may present challenges, particularly in some business circles. But for those who want to create their own path to business success, a local collaboration effort is helping to pave the way. [...]

9 05, 2017

5 reasons why Utah is the best state for business

By |2017-07-14T10:18:46-07:00May 9th, 2017|Blog, News & Press|1 Comment

Originally published May 9, 2017 on KSL.com. Utah continues to earn national praise as the “Best State for Business” for good reason. The Beehive State has some of the lowest taxes in the country, top-notch infrastructure, a fiscally minded government that encourages job and economic growth, and an unparalleled quality of life. Low taxes Taxes [...]

24 04, 2017

4 accomplishments that put Utah on the map

By |2017-07-14T10:38:27-07:00April 24th, 2017|Blog, News & Press|0 Comments

Originally published April 24, 2017 on KSL.com. The Beehive State stands as an example for the nation when it comes to a premier business climate, innovative policies and economic growth. Utah's success is no accident. In fact, the state’s culture of collaboration has been vital in addressing the challenges of an increasingly competitive global economy. Utah is [...]

2 06, 2015

Utah Economist Weighs in on Minimum Wage Debate

By |2015-10-21T15:30:21-07:00June 2nd, 2015|Blog, Education, Workforce and Health Care, Policy|0 Comments

Article by Spencer Ricks originally published by KSL.com on Friday, May 29, 2015. "But raising the minimum wage in Utah will not be without consequences, said Natalie Gochnour, chief economist for the Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce. Gochnour said an increase in Utah’s minimum wage is unlikely to happen before the federal minimum wage is [...]