logo newsletterwww.slenterprise.com
801-533-0556
Subscribe To The Enterprise

 


This week in The Enterprise – Utah’s Business Journal

April 18, 2016

Cat Inspect Ad 860x100


Plan put in place to boost SLC area exports

The Salt Lake City metro area has a plan in place to boost the region’s exporting activities, designed to strengthen the local economy and lead to more high-paying jobs. Read More...

Cat Inspect Enterprise 4x4 DigitalTrib., DesNews ask court to throw out suit challenging JOA
The Salt Lake City daily newspapers are trying again to end a nearly 2-year-old lawsuit challenging the joint operating agreement between the two. Kearns-Tribune and Deseret News Publishing Co. asked a federal judge last week to throw out the lawsuit, which was originally filed in June 2014. Read More...

Symphony/Opera chief: Arts pack large economic wallop
Despite a budget of only $21 million, the Utah Symphony/Utah Opera has wide-ranging economic impacts, including enhancing the area’s ability to attract companies and skilled workers. Read More...

GOED hands out incentives for two projects and 291 jobs
Tax credit incentives have helped Utah land a pair of corporate projects that will lead to the creation of 291 jobs over the next few years. Read More...

Focus Logo
Mining Focus

Will Utah's coal ship ever sail? Utah's plan to invest in a coal transport ship-loading facility is facing rough waters in the California legislature and Oakland City Council
Utah legislators moved quickly toward the end of the legislative session last month to approve a fund-swapping plan that commits $53 million to help build a deep-water port in Oakland Read More...

Mining today a far cry from the images of the 19th century hard-rock prospector
The first exposure that many of us had to mining was through Western movies or television shows. Some of us remember scenes of the 20-mule teams hauling borax out of Death Valley or the cranky old prospector wandering the desert mountains of the West with his trusty mule Read More...

Mining – Making modern life work
For more than 160 years, mining has played a pivotal role in the development and economic growth of the state of Utah and the industry continues to be the foundation of our economy Read More...

Calendar

Basic calendar listings are provided as a free service to our readers. Information about upcoming events may be sent to brice@slenterprise.com. The submission deadline is one week before publication.

April 19 - Business Alliance Networking Lunch
Business Alliance Networking Lunch, a Davis Chamber of Commerce event. Location is Boondocks, 525 Deseret Drive, Kaysville. No RSVP required. Details are at davischamberofcommerce.com.

April 20 - Independent Contractors: Reap the Rewards Without the Risks
Nick Haynes, staff attorney at the Mountain States Employers Council, will discuss the various tests ...

April 21 - Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Utah - 2016 Real Estate Legislative Town Hall Luncheon
BOMA Utah2016 Real Estate Legislative Town Hall Luncheon 1 Hour Core CE   We are thrilled and excited of have a distinguished panel of local legislators present to us at this month's luncheon. In a...

April 19 - Business Women’s Forum (BWF) 2016 Spring Mixer
Business Women’s Forum (BWF) 2016 Spring Mixer, a Salt Lake Chamber event. Cost is $15 for BWF members, $20 for nonmembers. Location is Gracie’s, 326 W. Temple, Salt Lake City. Registration can be ...

April 20 - Utah State 2016 Legislative Session Wrap-Up
Utah State 2016 Legislative Session Wrap-Up, presented by Parsons Behle & Latimer. Attorney/lobbyist Michael Bailey of PBL and lobbyist Shelly Cordon Teuscher will discuss the recently concluded le...

April 20 - First-Ever Women’s Entrepreneurial Conference
First-Ever Women’s Entrepreneurial Conference, with the theme “Aligning Resources to Power Growth.” Event is hosted by Holladay City and presented by the Women’s Business Center (WBC), the Utah Mic...

11524 1 UTDSM WeberState 860x200 STATIC TEST1

  JOIN US ON FACEBOOK       FOLLOW US ON TWITTER      SEND US AN EMAIL

Pin It