News: September 2018

Which Locations Are Drawing FinTech Companies? Salt Lake City is #5

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’s Strategic Clusters: Performance, Benefits, Workforce Needs, and Rural Utah

The University of Utah's Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute has published a new study on the performance of Utah’s six "strategic clusters," or target industries for the state's economic development efforts.

Taiwan Welcomes Utah Governor, President Tsai Vows to Expand Exchanges

President Tsai Ing-wen said Sept. 20 that Taiwan and Utah are firm friends and there are many areas in which the two sides can deepen and expand mutually-beneficial exchanges.

Got Skis? Love Software? Head to Utah's Silicon Slopes

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.

The Bioscience Boon

Medical innovations at the U continue to enhance patient care and pump new vitality into Utah's economy.

Fox File #74: Spirit of Service

The Fox Files is a weekly message from EDCUtah President & CEO Theresa Foxley.

Project Mortarboard: Cornerstone Selects Utah for Expansion

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) today announced Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ:CSOD), a global leader in cloud-based learning and human capital management software, will expand its operations to Salt Lake City and is adding up to 350 jobs, $6 million in new state revenue and an

GoHealth Recruiting for 600 Positions in Lindon

LINDON, Utah—GoHealth, a leading 17-year-old high-growth, technology-driven health insurance marketplace with U.S. headquarters in Chicago, is expanding rapidly at its new location in Lindon.

EDCUtah Announces FY18's Economic Development Success

During its annual meeting yesterday, EDCUtah celebrated the state's FY18 economic development successes, which included 35 expansion and relocation projects for high-profile companies like Facebook, Pluralsight, Adobe, Black Diamond, and PillPack; a record-breaking 153 net new projects; $1.7B in capital investments; 11,558 jobs; and 3.2M in square footage.

Fox File #73 "Utah Love in California"

The Fox Files is a weekly message from EDCUtah President & CEO Theresa Foxley.  


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