Small Business Optimism Keeps Going Up

by admin Jun 05, 2018

Article provided by U.S. Chamber of Commerce. How high can small business optimism go? That’s the question that comes from the latest MetLife & U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Index. The index hit 68.7 in Q2, up 2.4 points from Q1 – another record high – driven by confidence in local economies. Forty-eight percent felt...

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Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce Awards Seven Female High School Seniors with Women in Business Scholarship

by admin May 22, 2018

The Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce awarded seven female high school seniors $1,000 scholarships through the Chamber’s Jr. WIB Scholarship Program. These seniors are selected for their outstanding achievements in education and the community. Scholarships winners include: Annie Banks – Brighton High School Ashley Woodmansee – CTEC Gillian Leonard – Alta High School Josie Taylor...

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Breakroom Fruit: Member Spotlight

by admin May 15, 2018

How It All Began In the early 2000s, The Community Food Co-op of Utah operated to provide low-income families with healthy options. Instead of going to the food pantry, this co-op would provide healthy options in bulk for families that couldn’t afford produce at the grocery store. It ran as a local non-profit, working with...

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Young Women Entrepreneurs Win Thousands in Seed Money from the Sandy Area Chamber Young Entrepreneurs Academy

by admin Apr 19, 2018

Dhati and Diha Oommen, sisters and co-CEO’s of Butterbands, were awarded $5,000 of seed money for their business at the 4th Annual Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce Young Entrepreneurs Shark Tank Investor Panel. Out of the 18 students that presented, these two sisters rose to the top. This is the third year in a row...

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Wasatch Recovery Treatment Center Announces Grand Opening of New Outpatient Building

by admin Apr 16, 2018

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, UT  — Wasatch Recovery Treatment Center (WRTC), Salt Lake’s premier substance abuse residential rehabilitation treatment center will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony in honor of the completion and grand opening of a new outpatient building, which will provide additional structured living space for clients attending treatment. While the current Utah based facility is one...

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Matt Ledingham: The Perpetual Learner

by admin Apr 16, 2018

Matt Ledingham, from Ledingham Properties, is in the first cohort of the Business Accelerator Academy. We sat down with him to ask him about his story, what motivated him to seek out a solution to help him grow the business, and his biggest pieces of advice. As Principal Broker, Matt Ledingham is one of six...

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9 Questions Interesting People Ask to Cut Through the Small Talk

by admin Apr 10, 2018

 Article found on inc.com. You can read the original article here. By Marcel Schwantes, Principal and founder, Leadership From the Core I remember early in my career, one of my biggest fears walking into a networking event to schmooze or meeting someone for a business lunch was boring the other person to tears in conversation. I didn't want to be...

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Ann Romney, Sterling Nielsen, and Jay Francis to be Recognized as the 2018 Titan Award Honorees by the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce

by admin Mar 28, 2018

The Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the 2018 Titan Award Honorees. This award recognizes leaders in the community that have set themselves apart, not because of their titles and positions, but for the way they lift and inspire others. Ann Romney, Best Selling Author and Global Ambassador for the Ann Romney...

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Roadmap to Entrepreneurial Success

by admin Mar 27, 2018

An article written by Kris, Rudarmel, co-owner of Anchor Water Damage & Restoration was featured in the R and R Magazine called Roadmap to Entrepreneurial Success. Kris shares some personal experiences that have helped her company find great success. She talks about establishing your core values and then having the courage to stay aligned with...

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11 Underrated Business Books That Should Be On Your Bookshelf

by admin Mar 13, 2018

Article provided by Inc. To read the original article click here. As entrepreneurs, we are always searching for something to give us an edge over the competition. Whether it is having the best employees, finding the best software programs, taking the best online courses, or even living in the best location, we'll do anything if we think it will make...

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