December 11, 2017

‘Tis the season for giving. It’s almost as if our hearts become a little larger this time of year.

Maybe it’s because of the time we spend counting our blessings and reflecting on what we’re thankful for that encourages us to spread joy, give to those we love and share what we have with those less fortunate.

According to the World giving Index, Americans are among the world’s most generous people, ranking 5th out of 140 countries.

Charitable giving is something Utahns are especially good at.

A new report from WalletHub finds Utah to be the most charitable state in the nation.

Utah ranked number one in highest volunteer rate, highest percentage of people who donate time, and tied for first for highest percentage of donated income and highest percent of population who donate money.

If you’re still looking for ways to give back this holiday season, we’ve got a list of organizations on our website that could use some extra holiday cheer.

December 12, 2017

If the sniffles and sneezing are making you a Grinch this holiday season, you don’t have to be a scrooge when it comes to paying for your prescriptions.

If you’re a resident of Utah – you and your family have access to a free statewide Prescription Drug Program.

The Utah Drug Card can save you up to 75% on prescription medications.

The program is designed to help patients who do not have prescription drug coverage or have limitations to their current coverage.

The Utah Drug Card has partnered with companies that negotiate discounts directly with the pharmacies. Then these discounts are passed directly to cardholders.

There are no restrictions, no forms and no waiting periods!

Plus, there are no premiums or deductibles associated with this program.

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December 13, 2017

Tickets are on sale now for the 2018 Utah Economic Outlook and Public Policy Summit. And you’re going to want to get your tickets early, because this event is likely going to sell out.

Governor Mitt Romney has just been announced as the Keynote Speaker for this event.

The Utah Economic and Public Policy Summit is the state’s premier economic forecasting and public policy event that is attended by over 700 business, policy and academic thought leaders from across the state.

The summit offers an unrivaled opportunity for attendees to gain insights on the future of Utah’s economy.

The 2018 Utah Economic Outlook and Public Policy Summit takes place January 16th from 7:30 am to noon at the Salt Lake Marriott Downtown at City Creek.

You still have a few more days to lock in the early bird price of $65. The deal is taking place now through December 15th. After that General Admission tickets are $85.

December 14, 2017

Save the date of February 2nd. That’s when the Salt Lake Chamber’s “Ignite and Inspire Small Business Summit” takes place.

This half-day conference will provide the opportunity for small business owners, managers and entrepreneurs to come together and learn new tools, tactics and strategies, gain practical skills and make invaluable connections to help support the growth and success of small businesses in Utah.

Our opening Keynote Speaker for the event is Bryan Trussel, Co-founder and CEO of Glympse Inc. Our closing Keynote Speaker is Carine Clark, a three-time president and CEO of high-growth tech companies, specializing in helping companies scale from $10 million to $100 million or more.

Topics of the breakout sessions include: digital connections, growing your business, marketing and sales for small business, leadership, HR and workforce development and more.

Tickets are now on sale. Early Bird pricing of $59 ends tomorrow, after that general admission tickets are $79.

Again, the Small Business Summit takes place February 2nd from 8 to noon at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City.

December 15, 2017

If you’re looking for a new job for the new year, you might want to start your search by reading the latest USA Today article.

USA Today recently published the list of the best places to work in every region of the country.

15 of the Salt Lake region’s top companies made the list, including Ancestry, BambooHR, Cotopaxi, Domo, Instructure, Jive Communications, Lingotek, Lucid Software,, Pluralsight, Qualtrics, Simplus, The REDX, Verisys Corporation, and Workfront.

USA Today worked with Comparably, a compensation, culture and career monitoring website to compile the list.

Those companies who made the “best places to work list” earned their name in the top spots thanks to how employees felt about working there.

Congratulations to those companies who made the list.

It’s once again proof that a positive company culture results in happier and more productive employees.