Homegrown Technology Breakthroughs with Far-reaching Impact
Every year, dozens of Utah’s 5,000-plus technology companies develop truly revolutionary new products, concepts or services. This year is no exception.
The following 10 technologies represent just a sampling of the amazing entrepreneurship and ...January 17, 2012
Staying Ahead of the Curve in an Ever-Changing Industry
While the rest of the world was falling in love with Pretty Woman, meeting The Simpsons and buying piles of MC Hammer pants, Pete Ashdown was spending 1990 tinkering with a little-known contraption called the Internet. Three years later, Ashdown h...January 17, 2012
A Catalyst for Education
Maria Farrington, CEO of the Discovery Gateway Children’s Museum in Salt Lake City, has a strong vision for the future of the museum and will not compromise those goals. After only two and a half years as the head of the museum, Farrington has alr...January 17, 2012
Experts Discuss Cloud Computing
Are you up in the air about joining the cloud? Local cloud computing experts Phil Robinson, CEO of i.t.NOW and Mariann McDonagh, CMO of inContact explain what cloud computing means to your business.
What is cloud computing?
McDonagh: Cloud ...January 17, 2012
Local Bankers Wary About Wall Street Reform
Following the tragedy of 9/11, the government quickly created strict new regulations for airlines and airports, basically making all travelers guilty until proven innocent. Although the vast majority of travelers never consider committing acts of ...January 17, 2012
Local Companies Support Differences in the Workplace
When Bart LeFan moved from Nashville to Salt Lake City more than two years ago, he wasn’t quite sure what to expect. He’d heard all the stereotypes about Utah regarding polygamy, incomprehensible liquor laws, the dominant religion and the conser...January 17, 2012
Focusing on the Patient
Before Dr. Edward Ashwood, ARUP Laboratories president and CEO, ever put on a pathology lab coat, he was wearing cowboy boots and was downright comfortable in them.
“I really did grow up on my family’s ranch in Colorado, [which was] owned by my...January 17, 2012
The Dos and Don’ts of Protecting Your Brand in China
China is the fastest-growing consumer market in the world, which is not hard to believe given its population of 1.3 billion and growing middle class. This can be a great opportunity for a U.S. company with an innovative product and a strong brand....January 17, 2012
Opening Foreign Markets to Your Products
Even though 2009 was an economic disaster for businesses pretty much nationwide, Utah led the United States in a very important category—export growth. The Brookings Institute reported that in goods alone (not counting services), Utah surpassed th...January 17, 2012
Execs Speak Candidly About the Joys and Challenges of Family-owned Businesses
Family-owned businesses—they are the world’s dominant form of business organization and a staple of the U.S. economy. Family firms comprise 80 to 90 percent of all business in North America, based on figures compiled by the Family Firm Institute.
...January 17, 2012
Find the Best PR Solution to Build Your Brand
Your company’s running and your product’s ready, so now it’s time to let the public know what you’ve got. But your true expertise is related to your product or service—not public relations. Should you hire an in-house PR person? Would you be bette...January 17, 2012
Igniting Utah’s Tech Industry
The elements are starting to fall into place. For years, Utah’s tech industry leaders have tried to spark a big bang—a brilliant explosion in the number and quality of technology companies in Utah. The raw material is here: a strong entrepreneuria...January 4, 2012
Tips to Sell Your Business
There are three things a business owner should do to prepare for the sale of a business. Two suggestions deal with accounting systems and financial statements. They apply right now. The third suggestion deals with due diligence documents and corpo...January 3, 2012
A Lesson Learned from Steve Jobs
I love the start of a new year. My mood turns decidedly positive as my Christmas lights are taken down, cards are recycled and tree is turned into compost. I begin the mental shift from ending a year to beginning a year, and everything gets bet...January 1, 2011
SALT LAKE AREA
Salt Lake City - Over the next five years, INCOMM CORPORATION plans to add 101 new jobs at its existing Utah operation at wages that are more than 125 percent above the Salt Lake County average.
Salt Lake City - PACKSIZE ...January 1, 2011