January 25, 2016
This time of year many are making New Year’s Resolutions – from drafting a fitness plan to committing to saving money.
Such resolutions can ring true not just at home but for businesses as well.
Rocky Mountain Power’s wattsmart® Business energy efficiency program can help you get your business in shape.
The energy-saving program offers cash incentives for LED lighting upgrades, heating and cooling improvements, food service equipment and more.
Being more energy efficiency can reduce operating expenses which is good for your bottom line. It can help to free up money to reinvest in your business.
That’s good for Utah’s economy. And, using less energy is good for the environment too.
To learn how wattsmart Business incentives and services can help you keep your resolutions, visit Rocky Mountain Power at wattsmart.com.
Every month the Salt Lake Chamber sponsors a Business after Hours, giving members of the Chamber an opportunity to come together for great food and networking. Business after Hours is a great place to connect and have fun.
The next Business after Hours will be on Thursday January 28th from 5 to 7 pm, at The Tasting Room, hosted by Culinary Crafts.
Join us for a sampling of Culinary Crafts’ new hors d’oerve creations, as well as some beloved favorites. Come taste the variety of foods and flavors from Culinary Crafts.
We hope to see you at the next Business After Hours at The Tasting Room, in downtown Salt Lake City.
Don’t forget to bring your business cards! Enjoy great food and a wonderful networking opportunity.
It is also a great excuse to give your boss for leaving work a little early.
January 27, 2016
As the 2016 Utah General Legislative Session begins. We are excited for what is to come.
Each year, at the beginning of the Session, the Chamber produces a public policy guide, which lays out the principles, positions and priorities of the Utah business community.
Yesterday, we unveiled the guide to our Board of Governors, Governor Gary Herbert, Utah State Senate President Wayne Niederhauser, and Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives Greg Hughes.
We believe that Utah is now at a crossroads that will require tapping the hallmarks of our current success.
As Utah’s business leader we believe we should leverage this crossroads to unleash our state’s industrious workforce, entrepreneurial spirit and innovative talents.
The 2016 Public Policy Guide outlines these pressing challenges and our agenda to solve them. This publication embodies our mission to stand as the voice of business, to support our members’ success and to champion community prosperity.
Join us in unleashing Utah’s economic potential.
To view the complete guide or learn more about the Chamber’s stance on various initiatives, visit: slchamber.com.
January 28, 2016
Are you a resident of Utah? Do you purchase medication? Do you wish there was a program to help you save on prescription prices?
There is – The Utah Drug Card Program. This service is absolutely free to all Utah residents that wish to save on their prescription prices. Plus, there are no premiums or deductibles associated with this program.
Membership to the Utah Drug Card program has no requirements. No income, age, pre-existing condition, deductible or waiting period restrictions.
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 is partnered with companies that negotiate discounts directly with the pharmacies on over 20,000 name brand and generic drugs. These discounts are passed directly to cardholders. This provides that the program has the lowest Rx Price Logic, guaranteeing you get the best pricing on your prescriptions.
You can save up to 75% on your medications, an average savings of around 30%.
So why wait? Get yours today at: utahdrugcard.com.
January 29, 2016
To keep pace with Utah’s multibillion dollar family history technology industry, organizations worldwide are meeting soon to explore and discover compelling opportunities.
Part of RootsTech, the world’s largest family history technology conference, the Innovator Summit is a unique opportunity for developers and business leaders to network, learn, and influence the future of the family history industry.
Highly successful tech entrepreneur, Ken Krogue, will deliver this year’s keynote. Ken is President and Founder of InsideSales.com. Valued at $1.5 billion, InsideSales.com is one of Utah’s four Unicorn companies.
Back again, don’t miss the RootsTech Innovator Showdown – essentially a Shark Tank meets America’s Got Talent for this industry. With $100,000 at stake, six finalist will pitch to judges and an audience of more than 15,000. It will be big!
RootsTech Innovator Summit will be at the Salt Palace Center Wednesday, February 3rd from 9 AM to 5:15 PM. The Innovator Showdown final round will be on Friday the 5th at 10:30am.
Register or learn more at RootsTech.org