Growing Small Businesses and Strengthening Utah’s Economy
The world, national and Utah economy face considerable uncertainty. The stock market is a roller coaster. Global events such as those transpiring in Japan, Greece, North Africa and the Middle East cause concern. Unemployment in the U.S. and Utah remains perilously high. Yet through it all, Utah continues to outperform the nation with an economy growing at 2 ½ times the national average. Can this Utah exceptionalism last? Can Downtown Rising, TRAX expansion, and marquee relocations continue to keep the Utah economy above the fray? What can small business do to succeed in a tough and rapidly changing environment?
Hear from Natalie Gochnour, Executive VP and Chief Economist of the Salt Lake Chamber, how Utah’s economy is faring during these uncertain and unique economic times.
Date: October 12, 2011
Time: Registration, Breakfast and tours 7:30 a.m.
Program 8:00 – 9:30 a.m.
Location: Salt Lake Chamber
175 East University Blvd. (400 South), Suite 600, SLC, UT
Cost: Free. Registration required.
A light breakfast will be served thanks to the generous support of the Sam’s Club
Come early and tour our newly remodeled offices.
About our presenter:
As the Chamber’s Executive VP and Chief Economist, Natalie Gochnour is known for her ability to convey complex economic information in an easy-to-understand way. Once serving as the state’s chief economist, she now brings the passion, ideas and best thinking of Utah’s business leaders to explain economic trends and provide insight about the future. Candid, knowledgeable and optimistic, Natalie will help you understand the Utah economy and help you leave better prepared to grow your small business.
Validated parking just west of the Chamber of Commerce Building. Overflow in the Ken Garff parking garage or the Salt Lake City Library parking lot.