EDCUtah Annual Meeting
The 2016-17 EDCUtah Annual Meeting will be held on September 12th at the Salt Palace Convention Center. At this year’s celebration, we’ll review the organization’s many accomplishments during the year, present the 2016-17 Annual Report, recognize our Annual Award Winners, discuss the 2017-18 Strategic Recruiting Plan, and begin the celebration of our 30th anniversary. We look forward to your attendance.
Call for Nominations
If you would like to nominate someone for one of the 2016-17 Annual Awards, please provide the following information in the form of an email to Brittany Tuinei at firstname.lastname@example.org or click the "Submit Nomination" button below. Deadline for submissions is August 1st
Award Category (see below):
Why the Nominee is Deserving of Recognition:
Nick Rose Award for Leadership in Economic Development: This award is given to a private-sector individual that has demonstrated exceptional dedication to EDCUtah, and economic development throughout the state. The 2015-16 Nick Rose Award Winner was Derek Miller with World Trade Center Utah.
Thayne Robson Award for Leadership in Economic Development: This award is given to a public-sector individual that has demonstrated exceptional dedication to EDCUtah, and economic development throughout the state. The 2015-16 Thayne Robson Award Winner was Mayor John Curtis of Provo City.
Cornerstone in Economic Development Award: This award is given to associations, organizations or developments that have merit far beyond their own boundaries and have had profound and long-term positive impact on the state's economy. The 2015-16 Cornerstone Award Winner recipient was City Creek Reserve.