By Brice Wallace
The leaders of “Utah’s Voice of Business” want more voices to be part of their chorus.
During the Salt Lake Chamber’s annual meeting in Salt Lake City, they encouraged more involvement in chamber programs and with efforts to address issues confronting the state’s economy.
“By getting involved, we can solve our state’s challenges, maintain our state’s robust economy and ensure our state’s future,” Lane Beattie, the organization’s president and chief executive officer, told the crowd. “It’s imperative that we continue to have an engaged, vocal and active business community.”