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EDCUtah Names CEO and COO

The Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) announced today the selection of Theresa A. Foxley as the organization's new President & CEO. EDCUtah’s Executive Committee recommended Foxley after an exhaustive search.

Packsize International Selects Utah for Global Headquarters

Packsize International and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) today announced the On Demand Packaging® company will expand its Utah operations, adding up to 354 jobs to the community and an expected $9.2 million in capital investment.

Investor Insight - Reed Forrester, Delta Air Lines

We recently sat down with Reed Forrester, District Sales Manager for Delta Air Lines, to learn more about Delta's operations in Utah. Salt Lake City International Airport is home to a Delta hub that features 98 destinations and 265 daily flights.

Research Weekly - Utah, the Fastest Growing State in the Nation

Economic growth and development relies on healthy population growth. Between July 2015 and July 2016, Utah was the fastest growing state in the nation at 2.03%, which is great news for the state for several reasons.

Software and IT Industry Year in Review

The Software and IT industry in Utah is thriving throughout the state. Utah cities have been featured in big name publications and several of Utah’s startups are well-known national companies.

Research Weekly - The "Fed Rate" and How it Impacts Utah Dec. 2016

On December 14, 2016, the US Federal Reserve (“Fed”) increased interest rates by 25 basis points.

Utah: The Unknown MedTech Hotbed

Salt Lake City and its surroundings boast a robust life sciences sector that many don’t realize.

Utah Cities Receive Top Rankings from Milken's 2016 Report

Milken released its report of the Best Performing Cities in 2016 and many Utah cities are at the top of the list. Out of 200 “large” cities, the Milken Institute ranked Provo-Orem #2 (tied with Austin, TX), Salt Lake City at #11, and Ogden-Clearfield at #29.  Of the “small” cities St.

Research Weekly - The Growth of Silicon Slopes

According to CBRE’s annual Tech-Thirty report, which analyzes the 30 leading tech markets in the U.S.

Utah-Based Lucid Software to Expand At Home

Lucid Software and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) today announced the Utah-based software company will expand in state, adding up to 339 jobs and $11 million in capital investment to the community.

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