April 23, 2018

Join us tomorrow for the Business Women’s Forum Spring Mixer at Squatters Pub Brewery.

There will be networking, light appetizers, drinks and giveaways from our sponsors.

The first 100 guests will receive a swag bag full of goodies.

We will also be collecting mini Mother’s Day gifts for the Junior League of Salt Lake City.

Please consider donating items such as nail polish, lotion, bubble bath, manicure kits, fuzzy socks, facemasks and any other pampering products you can think of.

The Junior League will be using these gifts to make Mother’s Day baskets for mothers staying at the YWCA.

Bring a friend and come have some fun at our Spring Mixer.

Again the Business Women’s Forum Spring Mixer takes place tomorrow, April 24th   at Squatters Pub Brewery from 5pm to 7pm.

Tickets are $15 for members and $20 for non-members.

April 24, 2018

Veteran business owners looking to connect with other veteran entrepreneurs, and learn about the local and national resources available, should attend the upcoming Veteran Business Conference.

Attendees will get the opportunity to visit with veteran owned resource partners and discuss topics such as government contracting, crowdfunding, workforce development and building business plans.

Keynote speaker for the event is Mark Eaton, NBA All-Star, motivational speaker, entrepreneur and author.

Eaton teaches organizations nationwide how to employ the principles and coaching techniques he mastered in his twelve-year basketball career.

His new book, The Four Commitments of a Winning Team enables industry leaders, teams and individuals to outsmart, outlast and outperform their competition. As a special treat, the first 200 guests to the conference will receive a copy the book.

The Utah Veteran Business Conference takes place at the Salt Lake Community College Larry H. Miller Campus in Sandy on Friday, May 11th, from 8:30am to 4pm.

April 25, 2018

Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 9th and plan to join the Salt Lake Chamber as we honor Senator Orrin Hatch as the 39th Giant in our City.

The Salt Lake Chamber Board of Governors established the Giant in our City award in 1969.

The award was created to honor those with exceptional and distinguished public service and extraordinary professional achievement, and is widely recognized as the most prestigious business award in Utah.

The 39th Giant in our City takes place June 9th at the Grand America Hotel from 6pm to 9pm.

You can be sure this will be one amazing night.

You can register for the event now or even decide to be a sponsor of this event. For more information, please visit the event website at www.slchamber.com/giant

April 26, 2018

Take some time out from your workday for a quick breakfast and some professional development training at the Salt Lake Chamber.

The Chamber’s new Signature Speaker Series is bringing Matt Lewis from Altius Leadership in to help teach local professionals about how to find success in business and relationships.

This one-hour interactive training is about the best ways to ensure that before you enter into any relationship—sales, business or personal—you are already prepared for success INTRA-personally, before any INTER-personal dynamics come into play.

It’s about right-mindedness, being “other-focused” and seeking to build the best possible relationships for the best possible long-term outcomes.

Unlike many “traditional” training models where the trainer stands at the front of the room and puts good ideas into a PowerPoint presentation and the students copy it and go home, this will be interactive—the lion’s share of the value will not be provided by the trainer, rather, it’ll be provided by the students, guided in a conversation by the trainer.

Don’t miss out. The “Power Principles – Success in Business Development, Influence and Relationships with Matt Lewis” takes place Thursday, May 3rd from 8am to 9am at the Salt Lake Chamber.

Tickets are only $30 and includes a continental breakfast.

April 27, 2018

Many business owners and operators forego regular cooling system or HVAC maintenance, but proactive steps and small repairs can help to prevent problems later.

By taking a small step to schedule a no-cost HVAC check-up at your business, you could save on energy costs.

Rocky Mountain Power offers HVAC check-up incentives to help offset the cost of identifying and making energy improvements to your business’ HVAC system.

And if it’s time for you to purchase cooling equipment, you can upgrade to high efficiency to enhance your work environment and improve indoor air quality, all while saving energy and money.

Before you upgrade, check out Rocky Mountain Power’s wattsmart Business program for technical expertise and cash incentives for installing energy-efficient cooling equipment.

Get ready for summer now with help from Rocky Mountain Power at wattsmart.com.