For the third consecutive year, Utah has been recognized as the top pro-business state by Pollina Corporate based on 32 factors controlled by state government.
Three years ago, entrepreneur Maurice Brewster made one of the best business decisions of his life: He signed his limousine company, Mosaic Transportation, up for IBM’s Supplier Connection – a collaboration between small businesses and the supply chains of Fortune 500 corporations.
The Governor's Office of Economic Development is hosting a special workshop designed to help small businesses learn the in's and out's of working with the Government and Government Prime Contractors.
Time to mark your calendars for the Annual Procurement Symposium sponsored by the Governor's Office of Economic Development. This event is an intensive training opportunity, as well as a chance to meet buyers from over 50 government, government contractors and educational institutions.
Just a friendly reminder that you need to complete and email the authorization form for our visit to Triumph next week. If you just show up for the meeting on the 19th without turning in the form by June 17th, you will not be able to attend the meeting.
The Utah Supplier Development Council will be meeting at Triumph Gear Systems on June 19 from 11:30 to 1:00. Once again, we are presenting you with a wonderful opportunity to meet with purchasing agents from Triumph Gear Systems in Park City.
If you were unable to meet with us last Thursday, you missed a great meeting. We were able to meet with the University of Utah purchasing groups and here's what we found out.
Members of the Utah Supplier Development Council have a wonderful opportunity to meet purchasing agents from the University of Utah.