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.
Ways Utah businesses can receive help during the coronavirus outbreak
During this unprecedented time in Utah history, we are sharing advice from a recent Utah-based article on ways for businesses and individuals to find relief.
Utah businesses should consider workforce diversity
Even with changes to the Utah economy due to the response to coronavirus, now would be a great time to expand the workforce and help create one that is more diverse. A Utah writer has some thoughts on the subject.
How anyone can help Utah businesses that may be struggling
There are ways to help local businesses during the response to COVID-19, from buying gift cards to becoming one of their biggest fans on social media.
Utah seeks business unicorns, and how banking can help with financial choices
Startups with roots in California are moving to the Beehive State. When can Utah expect a unicorn?
Utah entrepreneurs crack the code of startup businesses
With startup culture still making waves in the business world, we’re sharing the ways that one multi-million dollar business found success with three simple lessons.
Ways that Utah business banking customers can safely use their money online
Is your business still using Windows 7? You might be vulnerable to a cyber attack.
Making your Utah business more inclusive, and a banking experience right for your needs
Businesses from startups to longtime institutions can do a lot to bring the idea of inclusiveness to the forefront in the way they treat their workers and leadership peers. Here’s some practical advice to make your workplace better for everyone.
Keeping passwords, data, treasury management secure for Utah businesses
It’s something to think about as 2020 starts — keeping your tax data secure and your passwords protected from those who commit cyber fraud. We’re sharing some ideas from the IRS to increase your security online during tax time.
Putting Utah business staff at the center of great culture while also planning for the future
A Utah business owner has some advice for those who want to foster a great business culture: The three Cs – communicate, cultivate, create.