Did you know that small businesses create two out of every three new jobs in the U.S. each year? More than half of Americans either own or work for a small business.
Utah businesses honored by employees for creating great culture
How do the best Utah companies instill loyalty, pride and maintain a great workplace culture? We looked at several in the Beehive State who are doing the right thing.
Working through the steps of a company valuation
A valuation of your business can be an important step along the way to raising more funds. Here are some things to think about concerning which facts may be the most important.
A letter from Brad Baldwin, President of First Utah Bank
As we all know, 2021 has been another unprecedented year and much has happened in a few short months. Read the full letter from our president, Brad Baldwin…
Answering concerns about Utah food insecurity
Food insecurity is a serious problem for thousands of families in Utah. We’re making it a high priority as part of our annual charitable giving.
Dig into the details with Utah business contracts
Working with contracts takes some planning as well as some scrutiny of the details, including some that may not seem obvious at first. Careful creation as well as a careful read, is essential to success.
A look at ways Utah businesses can continue to raise capital
A recent multi-million capital-raising effort from a Utah business leader has been inspiring to others. Find out what she did, her advice and what other leaders are saying about capital potential in Utah.
Ways to help with supply chain concerns for your Utah business
Utah businesses are among many in the country dealing with supply change concerns. Here’s how business owners can employ tactics to help answer these challenges.
Where are the Utah workers? It depends.
Utah is no stranger to the labor market concerns that are taking place all around the country, even though it is a better financial position than most states. It’s less a battle of the business world and more a change in values from workers.
The changing culture for some of Utah’s businesses
It’s less about the perks now and more about real benefits that employees can use. That’s what business leaders in the Utah tech sector are saying about the changing times in the current climate.