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The Food and Beverage Industry is Internet-proof: Report

Total global food-service spending is projected to grow by 13 percent over the next five years, resulting in some $359 billion in incremental value, according to JLL’s Food-Service Trends 2019 report, featured at ICSC’s Food for Thought Conference, in New Orleans.

Deseret UAS to Showcase Technologies at AUVSI Xponential

Deseret UAS will be exhibiting at AUVSI Xponential, offering commercial unmanned aerial systems (UAS)/urban air mobility (UAM) flight test facilities.

WeWork Prepares to Open Its Utah Location

WeWork - an EDCUtah project win - prepares to open its first location in Utah. 

The Aperture of Opportunity: An Interview with Miles Hansen of the World Trade Center Utah

Last month EDCUtah’s Colby Cooley conducted a Global Strategy and Outreach trip to Europe. Some 20 business development meetings yielded four new projects, making the trip highly productive by any standard.

EDCUtah Development Ready Communities Program Underway in 20 Communities

Support service is designed to help cities and counties know their strengths and grow their economies.

The Results are In

EDCUtah's Research Team recently sent out a survey to Site Selectors Guild members to learn more about what they thought of their visit to the state. 

Coalatree Kicks It to a Higher Gear

Coalatree, an outdoor “eco-friendly” gear and apparel company based in Salt Lake City, found a new home and community when it moved operations to Utah. 

Why Tech Companies Are Moving to Utah

A recent Cushman and Wakefield report finds Utah has the ninth largest share of tech tenants in the country. 

​GOED Enters Agreement with Ancestry that Deepens the Company's Roots in Utah

Ancestry, a company with homegrown roots, announces plans to expand its operations in Utah. 

A New Economic Powerhouse for Salt Lake City?

Lara Fritts, Salt Lake City Economic Development Director, talks about the aerospace industry and its future in Salt Lake City. 

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