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Brad Baird, EDCUtah's 'Loaned Executive,' to Retire

When Brad Baird joined EDCUtah in 2004, he was the seventh loaned executive from Questar Corporation to put on an economic development hat. (2 min. read)

Why Silicon Valley techies flee to Utah

Silicon Slopes is often an attractive relocation spot for techies because of Utah's low cost of living, family-friendly and clean environment, and gorgeous mountain views. (2 min. read)

Utah Ties for Second-Best in Nation for Online Privacy in Study

Learn what laws and protections in place make Utah the 2nd best for online privacy. (1 min. read)

Research Weekly – Healthcare in Utah

Available healthcare services in Utah are well above that of other states in terms of affordable costs and quality. (1 min. read)

Introducing EDCUtah 3.0, the Next Generation of Economic Development

As EDCUtah prepares to celebrate its 30th anniversary, its leaders are rolling out what they fondly call "EDCUtah 3.0," the next generation of economic development. (3 min. read)

Utah the Best Place in the Country to Find a Job

Looking for a new job? You may want to consider Utah in that job search. (1 min. read)

Nine EDCUtah Investors Recognized by Utah Chapter of CCIM

Nine EDCUtah investors were recently recognized for their work in the commercial real estate industry by the Utah Chapter of CCIM. (1 min. read)

EDCUtah Creates Two New Positions in Effort to be More Data Driven

EDCUtah promotes Matt Hilburn to VP, Research & Marketing, and Max Backlund to Director, Public Development. (2 min. read)

Utah's Need For Engineers

Supply of engineers in Utah's workforce begins to catch up with demand. (3 min. read)

Ben Hart Named GOED Deputy Director

In his new role, Hart will oversee corporate recruitment and international trade, along with several additional programs. (2 min. read)

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