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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. 

COVID-19 and Other Economic News Roundup for the Week of August 10

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. 

Project Maverick: Misfits Market Announces West Coast HQ in Utah

Misfits Market will locate its West Coast headquarters in Utah, creating up to 105 new, high-paying jobs in the next five years. The company projects $25 million in capital expenditures associated with the project.

Project Illumination: Waystar Coming to Utah

Waystar will open an office in Utah, creating up to 70 new high-paying jobs in the next seven years. The company projects $1 million in capital expenditures associated with the project.

Utah's Industrial Banks

A new report from the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute about Utah's industrial banks

COVID-19 and Other Economic News Roundup for the Week of July 27

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. 

Facebook and Eagle Mountain: Five Questions for William Marks

A new EDCUtah investor and a past corporate expansion project, Facebook is building a data center campus in Eagle Mountain, Utah. We caught up with William Marks, Facebook’s Community Development Manager in Utah, to ask about project progress, sustainability and solar, and the company’s COVID-19 response.

COVID-19 and Other Economic News Roundup for the Week of July 20

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.    

Fox File #95: A Pioneer Day Take on the FY2020 Year in Review

EDCUtah’s fiscal year just closed on June 30, 2020, and it was unlike any other in our organization’s history. Like the pioneers, we will have the opportunity to blaze new trails during this pandemic and in the post-covid economy. 

Two GOED Grant Programs Announced

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development has announced two grant programs to support businesses impacted by the pandemic.

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