News: August 2016

Vista Outdoor Opens New Corporate Headquarters in Farmington, Utah

Vista Outdoor Inc. ("Vista Outdoor") (NYSE: VSTO), officially opened its new 33,000 square foot corporate headquarters to the public yesterday, with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by state and local officials, community partners, members of the media, and employees.

Research Weekly - Utah Beats Competing States for Most Productive Employees

In 2015, the Utah Foundation in conjunction with EDCUtah, reached out to Utah companies who also have a presence in other states to discover the differences between employees at their various locations. The companies were asked to rank employees from each of their locations utilizing a number of metrics, including the productivity, education, and turnover of these employees. In December 2015, the Utah Foundation published their findings in a research report: “Is this the Place?”

Unique Partnership Results in Top Rank for Utah Solar Solution

Hunt Electric Inc. is proud to announce that the strategic partnership with  Brahma Group, as Brahma Hunt, has earned the combined team with recognition as the #1 Commercial Solar Contractor in Utah and #2 in the United States.

Event Review - Outdoor Retailer Summer Market

Global Strategy and Outreach, EDCUtah’s proactive outreach team, executed a recruitment campaign focused on the Outdoor Retailer's Summer Market trade show.

EDCUtah Rolls Out its New Website

It's dynamic…It's mobile-friendly…It's full of content…It's EDCUtah's new website. "We hope the new site will be a terrific resource for our investors as well as our clients," says Stephanie Frohman, EDCUtah's director of global strategy and outreach.

Air Force declares F-35A Combat Ready

Utah's Hill Air Force Base is home to the first squadron of full-service F-35A fighter jets in the Air Force. These planes can now be sent into combat operations anywhere in the world.

Duncan Aviation Announces Expansion: Persistence and Collaboration Win the Day

With Duncan Aviation's announcement last week that it will add 700 jobs and make a $50 million capital investment in its current Provo operations, EDCUtah capped one of the longest running projects in its history. "The project, which began more than a decade ago, is a case study in collaboration between government leaders on many levels and economic developers, overcoming obstacles and building relationships for the long term," says EDCUtah President and CEO Jeff Edwards. 


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