News: April 2017

Silicon Slopes Vs. Silicon Valley: Four Tech Unicorns, Thousands Of Startups, No Frenzy

Back in 2004, when Aaron Skonnard founded Farmington, Utah-based Pluralsight, an online tech education company, venture capital firms weren’t paying much attention to the Beehive State. So Skonnard and his cofounders bootstrapped the company. Times have changed. (4 min. read)

Event Summary: So. California Aerospace Campaign

EDCUtah recently returned from a Global Strategy and Outreach (GSO) campaign in Southern California which focused on the Aerospace and Defense Industry. (2 min. read)

Startups: A Strength to Utah's Economy

It all began in 1979 in Provo when Novell was founded as a maker of computers and disk operating systems. With Novell laying the foundation, Utah’s environment would soon foster future startup opportunities. (3 min. read)

SLC Named #1 City Where Young People Want to Be

Buyers under 36 now make up the biggest chunk of Americans buying homes. Realtor.com analyzed the 60 largest cities in the U.S. and Salt Lake City ranks #1. (3 min. read)

Fox File #1 "The New Us"

"EDCUtah 3.0” is in full swing. The new “us” is an evolution of our business model to serve you and the State of Utah better. As part of this evolution, we are re-dedicating ourselves to providing relevant and digestible information. We updated our newsletter and launched a new website, all in an effort to reach you more effectively. 

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