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Utah Incentives Draws 10,000 New Jobs in 2019

Following five new companies announcing plans to expand in Utah this month alone, a look back at Utah's incentive program and its impact in 2019. 

Project Amino: GE Healthcare Life Sciences to Expand in Cache County

GE Healthcare Life Sciences will expand its operations in Utah. GE Healthcare Life Sciences hopes to create as many as 68 new jobs in the next five years.

Project Pawprint: Jack Wolfskin Joins Utah’s Outdoor Products Industry

Jack Wolfskin North America will expand its operations in Utah, creating 50 new jobs in the next five years.

Project Motion: BlueVine Expanding Its Fintech Footprint

BlueVine Capital Inc. will expand its operations in Utah, creating 1,449 new jobs in the next nine years.

Project Jetway: Breeze Aviation Takes Flight

Breeze Aviation will open a corporate headquarters in Utah, with plans to create 369 jobs in the next five years.

Project Basket: Weave Communications to Bring Nearly 1,000 Jobs to Utah

 Weave, one of Utah’s fastest-growing tech companies, will expand its operations in Utah, creating 997 new jobs in the next 10 years.

Computer Science Education To Increase in Utah Schools

Utah becomes the 12th state to enact a program to put computer science classes in every K12 public school. 

Air Force Advanced Manufacturing Olympics To Be Held in Salt Lake City

The Air Force Advanced Manufacturing Olympics will be held in Salt Lake City in July of 2020 and is intended to attract manufacturing companies, defense companies, defense contractors, tech startups, and universities to solve various design and manufacturing problems. 

Northern Utah Economic Development Initiative Taking Shape

The economic development partnership between Weber and Davis counties is starting to ramp up its operations. 

University of Utah's MBA Program Among Best for Entrepreneurship

University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business received a No. 6 ranking for entrepreneurship by Bloomberg Businessweek. 

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