Business Briefs for June 23-25
Junction business association meeting June 29
According to a press release, all property owners, business owners, tenants, local chamber of commerce and governmental agencies in Kimball Junction are invited to an informal meeting on Tuesday, June 29, at 10 a.m. at the Utah Olympic Park on the third floor of the museum. The purpose of the meeting is to continue the discussion regarding the reformation of the Kimball Junction Business Association that began on June 15. RSVP not required. Contact Beadniks owner Tom Richardson for more information at 435-602-0057.
AdvancedMD reports strong quarter profits
AdvancedMD, featured in a Park Record Marketplace article June 12, issued a press release reporting its 26th consecutive quarter of revenue growth including record revenue for the current quarter exceeding $8 million. Over 180 new clients were added, and an acquisition of PracticeOne EHR was completed Dec. 31, 2009. Two new executives were also hired: Steve ZoBell, chief product and technology officer; and Bill Stone, vice president and general manager of the billing services partner division. The company was also added to the Healthcare Informatics 2010 "HCI 100" list.
Waldorf Astoria Park City adds private dining sales manager
Ingrid Hallberg was recently announced as Waldorf Astoria Park City’s private dining sales manager. She has over 20 years of luxury sales and hospitality management experience and has worked in a multitude of markets ranging from designer retail management in Europe and New York City to restaurant management at Stein Eriksen Lodge. Hallberg will handle reservations for family gatherings, small business dinners, intimate birthday or retirement celebrations, holiday parties and cocktail receptions at homes or other locations. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Christian Center of Park City had a makeover last year, and its boutique felt it was time for one, too.