News: December 2020

Sterile Systems: And Now You Know the Rest of the Story

When Cytiva (Project Ios) announced an expansion December 10, it prompted memories for EDCUtah’s Alan Rindlisbacher.

Utah’s Top Ten Economic Development Stories in 2020

Let’s take a rest from COVID-19 and focus on some significant economic development highlights in Utah – milestones that are worth celebrating. Thanks to our investors and partners such as the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) for making EDCUtah’s involvement in these events possible.

Technology Driven Education: Five Questions for Wesley Smith of Western Governors University

In terms of higher education, Western Governors University (WGU) has followed a different path from the beginning.  We recently caught up with Wesley Smith, Senior Vice President of Policy and Public Affairs, to see how they are responding to COVID-19 and what’s next for them.

Utah Children in Disadvantaged Communities Get Assistance to Mask Up

Donation of more than 1 million face masks arises from collaboration with Millions of Masks for Children Initiative  

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program Goes Rural

A strictly rural Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses cohort is in the works!

Project Ios: Cytiva Continues Cache County Growth

Cytiva will expand its manufacturing operations in Utah, creating up to 160 new high-paying jobs in the next five years. The company projects capital expenditures of $18 million associated with the expansion.

How did Box Elder County help the nation with a critical pandemic need?

We caught up with the Procter & Gamble (P&G) team to see “how they roll” during COVID.

The Nutcracker Goes Virtual

The Nutcracker will air on KSL-TV December 24, 25 and January 1 - sponsorship opportunities

Comcast RISE: Marketing and Technology Resources for Small Business

News from an EDCUtah investor: Comcast

Utah Levels the Playing Field for Data Centers: Five Questions for Thomas Wadsworth of GOED

Thomas Wadsworth is associate managing director and spearheads corporate recruiting efforts for the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED). We caught up with him to learn more about a change in state sales tax that pertains to data centers. We also asked about corporate incentives in general.
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