SAP SE, the German business-software vendor, agreed Sunday to buy Qualtrics International Inc. for $8 billion, taking the market-analytics startup off the market just days before it planned to sell shares to the public.
Buoyed by robust tech-sector employment growth, Salt Lake City ranked first for office net absorption growth (growth in occupied office space) among the 30 leading tech markets, according to CBRE’s annual Tech-30 report, which measures the tech industry’s impact on office rents in the 30 leadin
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) today announced LendingClub Corporation (NYSE: LC) will expand in Utah adding up to 860 jobs, $22 million in new state revenue and an estimated $17.85 million in capital investment over the next 10 years.
Walk down any street in Salt Lake City and the chances are that, in sharp contrast to the pancake-flat city centre, you’ll see picturesque mountains on the horizon. This is the great outdoors where America comes to play, with skiing, hiking, fishing, mountain biking and more on offer.
As financial technology, or “FinTech,” grows from an obscure corner of the digital market to a source of mainstream trends and broad-reaching innovations, the cities that cultivate FinTech companies are no longer limited to large, traditional financial centers.
Utah has become an increasingly attractive locale for startup types looking for a more affordable and family-friendly alternative to the Bay Area. We talk with local startup execs about why they call 'Silicon Slopes' home.
In a serendipitous move, Lehi-based tech startup Podium opened brand-new headquarters the same day it was ranked the fastest-growing company in Utah on the Inc. 5000 list. Podium, a cloud-based software company that helps businesses collect and manage online reviews, was born in the attic of a Provo bike shop in 2014. Nearly four years later, it’s ranked No. 13 on Inc. 5000's 2018 list of fastest-growing companies in the nation and No. 1 in Utah.
Salt Lake City ranked #22 on CBRE’s sixth-annual “Scoring Tech Talent” report, a comprehensive analysis which ranks 50 U.S. and Canadian markets according to their ability to attract and grow tech talent.
Divvy, a maker of expenses-tracking software, had announced its Series A round in May, raising $10.5 million from a local venture capital firm, Pelion Ventures. But before Murray could even spend that money, his startup got an offer it couldn’t refuse. Divvy decided to raise again, this time a $35 million Series B led by Insight Venture Partners.