October promises to be a busy month for small businesses. We have just added two new events: The SCORE 50th Anniversary Expo and Luncheon and the 3rd Annual Utah Small Business Expo.
Due to the overwhelming response for our September meeting, we have had to close registration. Sorry if you didn't get a chance to register for the event.
We are now full and cannot accept any further registrations.
Check out the September 2014 USDC newsletter now online in the resource section of the website. You can access it here.
The USDC Monthly meeting is schedule for Thursday, September 25. This month's meeting will focus on doing business with BOEING. This is a great opportunity for you to learn more about the purchasing process at BOEING.
The Governor's Office of Economic Development Presents the 9th Annual PTAC Symposium on October 23, 2014. This year's theme is: Pencils to Planes: Getting your Piece of the Government Contracting Pie. See what's on the agenda and how to register. Register NOW and pay only $50 for the conference.
If you have ever been interested in expanding your business to other countries, here is a great opportunity for you to learn about the opportunities available in Africa.
What a great meeting we had at UTA. It was wonderful to find out how UTA has expanded over the years to include TRAX and FrontRunner. It was also great to meet some of their buyers and find out how their Purchasing Dept. works.
It's hard to believe that summer is on its way out. There are still so many things to do.... like attending our August meeting at UTA. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 21st at the UTA main office, 669 West 200 South.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development – Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) Offices, will feature BAE Systems (BAE) in a half day outreach on August 28, 2014 at the North Front Business Center at the Davis Applied Technology College.
For the first time in 8 years, the federal government has met its annual 23% goal for small business contracting thanks to the SBA and President Obama’s commitment to ensuring small businesses earn federal contracts. This has resulted in more than $83 billion dollars of revenue for small businesses, the engine and innovators of our resilient economy.