News: November 2019

University of Utah's MBA Program Among Best for Entrepreneurship

University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business received a No. 6 ranking for entrepreneurship by Bloomberg Businessweek. 

Five Questions for Dave Gawthrop of DHL Supply Chain

Employing 280 Utahns in five Salt Lake-area locations, DHL Supply Chain provides contract logistics solutions along the entire supply chain for customers from a wide variety of business sectors.

Snowsports Industries America to Acquire Consumer-focused Boston and Denver Ski and Snowboard Expos

Last week, Snowsports Industries America (SIA) announced its intention to acquire the consumer-focused Boston and Denver Ski and Snowboard Expos from BEWI Productions, Inc.

Project Magnum: Amazon Web Services to Bring Jobs to Utah

Amazon Web Services, Inc. will expand its operations in Utah, creating 300 new jobs over the next 10 years.

Fox File #92: Southwestern Utah KTC Campaign

The Fox Files are messages from EDCUtah President & CEO, Theresa Foxley. Last week EDCUtah's Stephanie Frohman and Michael O'Malley conducted several KTC interviews in southwestern Utah. 

Utah's Big Peaks Serve As a Big Perk for Tech Recruitment

Utah's beautiful scenery and easy access to the great outdoors, provides companies with a competitive advantage when it comes to recruiting out-of-state talent. 

Fox File #91: The Halo Effect

The Fox Files are messages from EDCUtah President & CEO, Theresa Foxley. Facebook's data center in Eagle Mountain has broken ground and continues to have a halo effect throughout the state. 

Gov. Herbert Wants More Refugees to Settle in Utah

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How Small Cities Are Luring Tech Jobs Away From Metropolises

As the tech industry continues to grow, companies are shifting from the traditional tech-centers to smaller cities.   
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