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NASA Booster Test at Promontory, UT

The path to the Moon, Mars, and beyond goes through our state.

Paving the Way to Success: Five Questions for the Clyde Companies

A Champion investor in EDCUtah, the Clyde Companies may be in more lines of business and employ more people than you realize. We caught up with Brandon Henrie, president of Clyde’s GWC Capital division, to find out more and to talk about the future of the Point of the Mountain.

Project Vast: Novva Bringing Major Data Center Campus to West Jordan

Novva, Inc. is building a 380,000 square-foot (sf) multi-tenant data center in West Jordan, creating up to 50 new high-paying jobs and an initial capital expenditure of $100 million.

COVID-19 and Other Economic News Roundup for the Week of August 24

ICYMI - To help our investors keep track, we’ve compiled some of the top COVID-19 and other relevant economic news of the past week.

SLC Per Diem Costs vs. Some Competing Markets

Business Travel Executive magazine published its annual Corporate Travel Index in March. Where does SLC stack up?

Colliers Global Workplace Survey

Chris Kirk of EDCUtah investor Colliers, who was on our virtual Town Hall panel this morning, shared some interesting information from a global “Work from Home” survey the company conducted.

Project Pam: Home Reserve Finds a Home in Ogden

Home Reserve will open an office in Utah, creating up to 35 new manufacturing jobs in the next year. The company is leasing property in Ogden and projects $2.5 million in capital expenditures associated with the project.

COVID-19 and Other Economic News Roundup for the Week of August 17

ICYMI - To help our investors keep track, we’ve compiled some of the top COVID-19 and other relevant economic news of the past week.

Utah - Lowest Unemployment Rate in Nation

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has released July 2020 Unemployment statistics, and Utah has the lowest rate in the country. While many Utahns are feeling the impact of the COVID downturn as much as anyone in the nation, there’s reason to be optimistic. Utah’s economy is showing resiliency.

Teleworking and Air Quality: Five Questions for Thom Carter of UCAIR

The biggest surprise in UCAIR’s Telework survey is how high a percentage of people would be willing to telework specifically just to improve air quality. In order to mitigate an incoming inversion, 94 percent of management and 93 percent of employees would engage in telework. We caught up with executive director Thom Carter for more. 

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