Business briefs for July 16-19 | ParkRecord.com

Business briefs for July 16-19

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Women’s Business Network to discuss online marketing

The Park City Women’s Business Network will meet July 19, at 6 p.m. at Sky Lodge. It will discuss networking with a local female professional, and "Going Viral" with a panel of local new media experts. The evening will feature information on building a website, increasing traffic to a current site, and ways to get more attention via social media and other marketing strategies. The panel of experts includes Chris Bachman of Pro Class Web Design; Christa Graff of Graff Public Relations; Sue Ann Kern of Face it Social Media Marketing; Kate Gaegan, author, consultant and blogging expert; and Roi Agneta of Kiska Design discussing search engine optimization. Attendees are asked to arrive by 5:50 so the meeting may begin on time. Drinks will be available for purchase at Sky Lodge and light refreshments will be provided by the network. The cost is $10 for non-members and free for members. An annual membership is $60. Call 877-246-2858 or email pcwbn1@gmail.com to RSVP.

Park City Chamber/Bureau changes website

The Park City Chamber/Bureau, which is holding its annual meeting July 20, announced this week it has changed its internet domain name, or URL, from http://www.parkcityinfo.com to http://www.visitparkcity.com. The change became effective on July 6. According to a press release, this change makes the agency’s address more consistent with similar agency addresses across the country.

IRS holds open house July 16 for people with liens

According to a press release, the Internal Revenue Service will hold an open house at 50 South 200 East in Salt Lake City from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. to answer taxpayer questions and provide help with tax filing issues. This special event is particularly intended for people who want to make a "fresh start" by taking steps to have liens withdrawn. It also provides an opportunity to those who cannot visit an IRS walk-in office during regular weekday hours to speak with IRS personnel about their tax issues.

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