News: 2015

Operations underway at Cabela's Tooele distribution center

Tooele—Cabela’s Incorporated, outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, has begun operations at the company’s new 600,000-square-foot Tooele distribution center located at Ninigret Depot.

KIHOMAC to Expand, Add 70 Aerospace Jobs

KIHOMAC, along with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Board, announced KIHOMAC will consolidate and expand its aerospace composite and metal manufacturing operations in Utah, generating up to 70 new advanced jobs.

Bigger and Better: Park City Expands Into USA's Largest Ski Resort

Every fall around this time, ski resorts across North America start to roll out annual upgrades, hoping to woo travelers and outdo their competition.

Forbes Rates Utah #1 Best State for Business

"Utah Ranks at the top of Forbes' list of Best States for Business for the fifth time since 2010."

Eldon James to Invest $5M, Hire 115 for Medical Manufacturing Facility

Eldon James, along with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), announced the company wi

AAA Opens Call Center in Clearfield, Bringing 750 Jobs

More than 4 million AAA members in the western region will get their assistance by those working at the company's new service center in Clearfield at 888 S. 2000 East. It just opened, bringing more than 700 jobs to the area. Marc Weaver, Deseret News

Aerospace program to give high schoolers new pathway into industry

WEST VALLEY CITY — This year, students in Bill Catnull's wood shop class at Granger High School will be building graphite longboards, guitars and wooden safes. When they graduate, they could be building parts for the F-35 fighter jet, rocket engines with Orbital ATK or Boeing 757s.

6 Reasons Utah is Taking the Tech World by Storm

There are many areas in America–San Francisco, Boulder, Austin, New York, Washington DC–that are widely-known as hotbeds for technology and innovation. Utah isn’t as widely-recognized, but is quickly rising up the ranks as a focal point for tech and startups.

25 Cities Worth Moving to if you Want to Launch a Business

In business -- as in real estate -- it’s all about location, location, location. Despite the rise in remote-work arrangements, this sentiment holds true even if you don’t have a physical store.

Utah #3 Most Small Business Friendly State

Top 10 Most Small Business Friendly States 1. Texas 2. New Hampshire 3. Utah 4. Louisiana 5. Colorado 6. Idaho 7. Tennessee 8. Virginia 9. Georgia 10. Kansas


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