Accolades

Time and time again, Utah ranks as one of the top states for doing business in some of the most important national rankings.

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)

Salt Lake City Ranked #1 Among Cities Poised to Become Tomorrow's Tech Meccas

Forbes recently ranked Salt Lake City (and the Wasatch Front) as the best city poised to become tomorrow's tech mecca. (2 min. read)

Two Utah Cities Voted Best in America for "Successful Aging"

Milken Institute recently ranked  America's best large and small cities and Utah is at the top once again. (1 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)

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)

Utah Ranks #7 Best State by U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report released their 2016 Best States report and Utah was ranked #7. (1 min. read)

Salt Lake City, Utah is ranked #10 of Best Cities to live in

The United States is filled with incredible cities, each with its own set of credentials and clout to attract visitors from around the world. But which spots are actually the places to live?

Fifty by Fifty: EDCUtah Develops Tool to Compare Locations Using 50 Metrics Across all 50 States

Expanding or relocating businesses often struggle to quantitatively compare sites when making location decisions. Fifty by Fifty (50x50), a new tool developed by the Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah), will help make the analysis much easier.

Wait—Utah Is the Fastest-Growing State?

The report comes out every year, a bit of demographic horse-racery: Which U.S. state grew the quickest? It’s usually some sun-drenched locale, or more recently, an oil-drenched one—North Dakota and its shale boom have won for four years in a row.

The Wall Street of the West

Pop quiz: Where does New York banking giant Goldman Sachs have its second-largest U.S. office? Not in Los Angeles, Chicago, or Miami, but here at 4,300 feet above sea level in the shadow of the Wasatch Mountains.

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