In case you didn't know this, health care is a growing industry. Unfortunately for all of us, doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies aren't going away anytime soon. But for you, as small business owners, it is a wonderful opportunity to get to know the Hospital Corporation of America. At its founding in 1968, Nashville‐based Hospital Corporation of America “HCA” was one of the nation's first hospital companies.
We want to give a special thanks to Les Olson Company for the fabulous meeting we had today. It was so great to learn more about this 60-year old, family owned business. What a true Utah success story! Thanks also to Daniella Cherry for making the arrangements for the meeting.
Mark your calendars for some great upcoming events:
USDC members have a wonderful opportunity to meet with one of Utah's most successful businesses: Les Olson Company. Les Olson Company is a family-owned and independently operated business with seven locations from Logan to Las Vegas.
If you are looking for a sure way to get inspired, you need to make plans to attend our Annual Meeting on March 31st. We have scheduled the fabulous Chad Hymas to share his story with us.
The Utah Supplier Development Council's March newsletter is now online. You can find it in our Resource section under Newsletters.
March is the month of our Annual Meeting. For almost 35 years, the Utah Supplier Development Council has served the small business community of Utah. We love to celebrate by having a big party. This year we will be meeting at the Zions Bank Founder's Room on March 31st.
Mark your calendars and plan to attend February's monthly USDC Meeting. This month we will be meeting with ARUP buyers. ARUP Laboratories is a national clinical and anatomic pathology/reference laboratory and an enterprise of the University of Utah and its Department of Pathology.
The Utah Supplier Development Council's February newsletter is now online. Go here to check out what's new at USDC.
USDC Members have been invited to participate with the Salt Lake City Department of Airports at their 2016 Procurement Event. Raymond Christy, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Coordinator-Airport Senior Planner along with others will be providing information about the Terminal Redevelopment Program,
Happy New Year USDC members. 2016 came in faster than I expected. As the board begins planning for the new year, we want to take a minute and thank all the companies that hosted USDC in 2015. USDC meetings were quite diverse in 2015. We started with a "speed dating" event hosted at IHC.