Selling Online

A Beginner’s Guide to Setting up an Online Shopping Cart
Once a brick-and-mortar business is generating enough income to stay afloat, the next step is usually e-commerce. The idea of unleashing your product upon the world is exciting, but it can also be intimidating—especially if you don’...
July 7, 2015


Will a New Regulation Open the Crowdsourcing Floodgate?
Back in 2009, the founders of Kickstarter had a simple idea. They’d launch a website that would make it easy for artists, authors, filmmakers or anyone else to fund a creative project—without the help of big investors. Though Kickst...
July 7, 2015

Summertime Gladness

Unique Summer Excursions are Just a Drive Away
Summer will soon be winding down. You may have come back from the annual family vacation and unpacked your bags, but there’s still lots do to just a drive away. Summer festivals unique to the state—the Timpanogos Storytelling Festiv...
July 7, 2015

Extra Credit

The Utah Entrepreneur Challenge Gives a Boost to Student Entrepreneurs
This year’s Utah Entrepreneur Challenge saw a battle between Utah’s best college entrepreneurs, who were competing to win more than $100,000 in prizes. The UEC is the culmination of a statewide competition process that helps student...
July 7, 2015

Different for all the Right Reasons

Six Things Successful Entrepreneurs have in Common
My job at Weber State University allows me the good fortune of watching and working with a variety of interesting people: engineers, doctors, software developers, designers, politicians, professors, executives at both startups and Fortune 500 c...
July 7, 2015

Broken Windows Utah

What Problems—Little and Big—are we Overlooking in our Community?
Most people are familiar with the “Broken Windows” theory of solving social problems. In a nutshell, it says to pay attention to little problems because they are a precursor to bigger problems. If a broken window is left unrepaired,...
July 7, 2015

Intentional Interference

Utah Supreme Court Clarifies the Boundaries of Lawful Competition
For several decades, business owners have been required to tread carefully when dealing with competitors, lest they run afoul of laws which make competition, or “intentional interference with economic relations” an actionable civil ...
July 7, 2015

Around Utah July

SALT LAKE AREA Salt Lake City – The GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT and the ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF UTAH launched a premier interactive economic development map, now available online at The...
July 7, 2015


JED GINES was recently named the new executive director for Highland Cove, an assisted living and independent living campus in Salt Lake City. Gines has five of years of experience as a senior care administrator, including most recently at Brid...
July 7, 2015

Manufacturing Roundtable

      Todd Bingham, Utah Manufacturer's Association Chad Parker, Manufacturing Extension Partnership Clair Rood, CBIZ MHM, LLC Clint Morris, Lifetime Products, Inc. Curtis Nielsen, Ogde...
July 7, 2015

Meeting & Event Planning Guide

Meeting & Event Planning Guide By Heather Stewart Details, details, details! Planning a large event means juggling numerous details—both large and small. In the following pages, we offer tips and advice for handling the many det...
July 7, 2015

Momentum: Exploring the Vertical Horizon

Readers’ Choice, as selected by Utah Business Facebook fans…
Each month, we ask our Facebook fans to nominate their favorite Utah-owned businesses and select one to feature here. This month we asked fans to tell us their favorite local gym. Want us to write about a business you love? Follow us at www.fac...
July 7, 2015

2015 Utah Housing Report

The State's Housing Market has been Bolstered by Key Demographic and Economic Trends
Home sales have been on a tear this year across the state, with both median prices and closed sales on the rise. Click on the infographic to the left to learn more.
July 7, 2015

Pent-up Demand

When it comes to demographics, Utah is unique for its youthful population, young average marriage age and above-average household sizes. Our state’s millennial population is unique for another reason: Utah millennials are much more likely...
July 7, 2015

Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing Fines Unlicensed Layton, St. George Contractors

Salt Lake City—Mark B. Steinagel, Director of the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing (DOPL) announced Thursday that the Division completed a two week sting investigation in Northern Utah and Southern Utah locations t...
July 6, 2015

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