Business Briefs April 1 to April 4
Summit County Board of Health Meeting
The Summit County Health Department will hold its Board of Health Meeting on Monday, April 3 starting at 4:30 p.m. The meeting is scheduled to be held at the Park City offices located at 650 Round Valley Drive. Agenda points include a legislative report, a presentation on the Early Intervention program and an update on the Employee Wellness Program. For more information call 435-333-1500 or visit http://www.summitcountyhealth.org.
Local to speak at Utah Economic Summit
Park City local and author Linda Galindo will speak at the upcoming Utah Economic Summit on Tuesday, April 10. Her topic, "The Economics of Accountability," will discuss the "overlooked power hiding in plain sight for businesses large and small and explore what happens when accountability is lacking in the economic development equation." Galindo is scheduled to release a new book early next year titled "Where Winners Live," which will focus on the financial services sector. For more information or to register for the summit visit http://www.utahsummit.com.
Tourism Board Increases Cooperative Marketing Cap
Members of the Utah Board of Tourism Development have approved increasing the cap on Cooperative Marketing awards from $175,000 to $225,000. Single or multiple applications from non-profit tourism entities are due on June 21 and must not exceed the capped amount for each organization. Those eligible for the Cooperative Marketing program include cities, counties, non-profit destination marketing organizations, and similar public entities that have been established as a non-profit for a minimum of one year. The Utah Office of Tourism matches up to 50 percent of the cost of the applicant’s marketing project. All projects must utilize the Utah Life Elevated® brand. Information on the Cooperative Marketing program can be found online at http://travel.utah.gov/cooperative_mktg/co-opmktg.htm.
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The County Council doled out grants supporting ventures ranging from discounting plane tickets to supporting a classical music festival.