News: 2019

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.   

Five Questions for Jess Phillips of Auric Energy

Jess Phillips, CEO of Auric Energy, discusses the innovative Soleil Lofts "virtual power plant" project and the solar market in general.

DRC Training Session: RFIs

EDCUtah's Community Strategy team will be hosting a training session on responding to RFIs on November 7. 

Five Questions for Donna McAleer of the Bicycle Collective

Economic development takes many forms. The Bicycle Collective takes people-centric approach to grow our economy, by giving residents more ability to engage in meaningful work opportunities or career paths. 

Vlada Yaremenko Joins EDCUtah's Business Development Team

EDCUtah welcomes a new member of the Business Development Team. 

The Deal That Ignited Utah's Tech Explosion

A decade after Adobe’s acquisition of Utah-based Omniture, the effects of the deal can still be seen in Utah’s tech sector.

DRC Training Session: Mega Sites

As part of EDCUtah's Development Ready Communities program, there will be a Mega Sites training session on October 29. 

Brand Intelligence Tech Leader Red Points Opens Salt Lake City Office to Support Rapid U.S. Growth

Red Points (EDCUtah Project Masquerade) is opening a new office in Salt Lake City to support the company’s rapid U.S. growth.

Five Questions for Trish Coughlin and Chris Forte of Cornerstone

We recently caught up with Utah local Trish Coughlin, Chief Accounting Officer, and California transplant Chris Forte, AVP, Strategic Sourcing, for a brief conversation about Cornerstone.

Project Conley: Amer Announces Another Expansion in Ogden

Amer Sports will expand its operations in Utah, creating 110 new jobs in the next five years.

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