Utah Business and Economic Development

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Utah sweetens film incentives

Utah has sweetened the pot as it tries to get filmmakers to shoot more productions in the state.

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development is busy, potentially fruitful to the tune of 10,000 new jobs

Incentives approved for 28 companies ultimately could lead to 10,000 new jobs, new state revenue of $476 million, capital investment of $2.7 billion and new wages of $4.6 billion over the next decade.

Aerospace firm set to expand in Ogden, Utah – 800 new jobs expected

In December, after Barnes Aerospace hinted it might expand its Singapore plant rather than grow in Ogden, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development Board approved a $10.1 million incentive to entice the company to stay in Utah.

State is trying to lure PVC pipe firm to Utah

The company has said its new jobs will pay an average of $42,172, about 225 percent of the Iron County median wage, according to board documents.

Utah’s tourism Web site ranks fifth for most hits

Utah was behind only Michigan, Virginia, Colorado and Arkansas. Utah had 4.83 percent of all traffic to the 50 state tourism Web sites during the month.

Business incubator planned in Brigham, Utah

Within five years, USU hopes to have similar community innovation centers at sites in Tooele, Uinta Basin, Snow College and the College of Eastern Utah, Chandler said.

Utah offers $1M ‘carrot’ a "key infrastructure company" to build a $5 million unit in Salt Lake City rather than Rock Springs, Wyo.

"To get 224 percent (of the county median wage) in the valley here is quite unusual," said Michael Nelson, in charge of corporate recruitment and incentives for GOED.

Utah receives $5MM Wired Grant for Workforce Development

National program to help train next wave of skilled workers

Utah Fund of Funds Sponsors Emerging Entrepreneurship Workshops

Response to the session was so strong, Mr. Israelson, has offered to present a second series on Angel Term Sheets, to be scheduled for late fall.

Utah’s Westminster College to develop institute for entrepreneurs

Westminster visiting professor Mike Glauser, who has started several companies and worked as a business consultant, will direct the institute, which will focus on entrepreneurship in three areas: the development of new businesses, the creation of new products and services for existing companies; and the creation of enterprises aimed at addressing community needs.