News: January 2020

Apprenticeship Model Launched in Utah

New program uses the European model to give students training for advanced manufacturing through a hybrid model blending an apprenticeship with coursework at Salt Lake Community College.

Snow Makes the Utah Mountains Special. The Talented Workforce Does the Same for the Economy.

States and regions across the country are trying to recruit tech companies. The difference in Utah? They are succeeding.

Bringing Economic Prosperity to Utah

EDCUtah's Theresa Foxley's, president and CEO, commitment to the long term economic prosperity of Utah was recognized by the Governor's Office of Economic Development. 

Utah Best State in Mountain Region for Workforce Development

Site Seleciton Magazine ranks Utah as the best state in the Mountain region for workforce development. 

Five Questions for BioUtah’s Kelvyn Cullimore

BioUtah's president and CEO describes the vibrant life sciences industry in our state.

Project Unity: Northrop Grumman to Expand in Northern Utah

Northrop Grumman to bring 2,250 new jobs to Northern Utah

Project Syrup19: Procter & Gamble to Expand Operations in Box Elder County

P&G continues a decade-long expansion in Northern Utah.

Seminar: Bring Some Sanity to Your Health Insurance Renewal

Hays Companies (an EDCUtah investor) is holding a free seminar Feb. 13 on the topic of “Bring Some Sanity to Your Health Insurance Renewal.”

Five Questions for UTOPIA Fiber

Based in Murray, Utah and employing 60 staff members, the UTOPIA Fiber network is available to more than 100,000 businesses and residences and boasts the fastest speeds in the nation.

Joint County Initiative to Be Named Northern Utah Economic Alliance

Weber and Davis Counties Approve Name and Brand for Regional Economic Development Effort
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