Business briefs for July 16-19 |

Business briefs for July 16-19

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 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 to 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 This special event is particularly intended for people who want to make a "fresh start" by taking steps to have liens withdrawn.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.