News: 2019

Fox File #90: FY2019 in Review

The Fox Files are regular messages from EDCUtah President & CEO Theresa Foxley. A look back at the recently closed 2019 fiscal year. 

Weber-Davis Collaboration is Express Route to Economic Growth - Guest Opinion

Michael Parker shares his perspective on what the new Weber-Davis collaboration means for the larger Northern Utah region. 

Paris Airshow Recap

EDCUtah's Colby Cooley attended the Paris Airshow as part of the company's Global Strategy & Outreach (GS&O) program. 

DRC Site Selection Training Session Announced

EDCUtah’s Development Ready Communities (DRC) program, in part, offers training on key components of economic development, including the site selection process, RFIs and incentives training.

Chris Roybal to Lead New Weber/Davis Economic Development Entity

Weber and Davis Counties along with EDCUtah announced the executive director for the new Weber/Davis County Economic Development Entity. 

Salt Lake City Ready to Deal With AI in the Workplace

With AI becoming more prevelant across industries, Salt Lake City is poised to readily adapt to the changing landscape. 

Weber and Davis Counties Announce New Economic Partnership

This past Wednesday, county commissioners from both Weber and Davis county announced plans for an new regional economic development organization to be launched and supported by EDCUtah. 

Where You Are Counts – Five Questions for Kiln’s Brighton Youd

We caught up with Brighton Youd, Kiln’s Head of Marketing, at the company’s ultra-modern co-working space located at The Gateway in Salt Lake City.

St. George Recognized as One of the Most Dynamic Metro Areas in the US

St. George along with three other Utah metropolitan areas were named among the most dynamic in the country by the Walton Family Foundation. 

GOEX On the Go to Iron County

The Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) today announced GOEX will expand in Utah’s Iron County, adding up to 100 jobs, $1.8 million in state revenue, and an estimated $15 million in capital investment.


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