Business Briefs for Nov. 2, 2005 |

Business Briefs for Nov. 2, 2005

MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN) honored Utah’s 100 fastest-growing companies last week at its 11th annual Utah 100 Awards banquet.

Three of Park City-based businesses made the list:, the Latitude Restaurant Group and Supplemental Health Care, Inc.

The Utah 100 Awards recognized the efforts and accomplishments of the state’s brightest companies. Ranking as Utah’s fastest-growing company was the LoveSac Corp., while natural gas-focused energy company, Questar, was named the state’s Top Revenue growth company.

Edward Jones hosts financial planning for women seminar

Edward Jones will hold a financial planning seminar for women at the Grub Steak Restaurant on Staurday, Nov. 12 from 9 to 11 a.m., featuring a complimentary breakfast.

"Smart Women Finish Rich" is the subject of the seminar delivered by Edward Jones investment representative Joe Cronley, in partnership with Van Kampon Investments, Inc. The seminar is based on the New York Times best-seller, "Smart Women Finish Rich," which provides women with seven steps to living a fuller, richer life. Admission is free and reservations can be made by calling Suzan at 435-615-2009.

Coldwell Banker reports quarterly sales volume

Park City’s Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage reports sales of over $1 billion for the third quarter of 2005, a 37 percent increase from the same period last year.

Coldwell Banker is one of Utah’s largest residential real estate brokerage companies with 16 offices serving customers and communities across the Wasatch front. The company offers residential and commercial brokerage, corporate relocation and mortgage services.

Supplemental Health Care continues hurricane relief efforts

Park City-based Supplemental Health Care, Inc., one of the world’s fastest growing health care staffing companies, has dedicated itself to helping those affected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita through various financial and staffing support efforts. Supplemental Health Care reports it immediately dispatched nurses and therapists to the evacuation locations and has pledged to donate up to $50,000 to the American Red Cross for its hurricane relief campaign as part of a company-wide fundraiser.

The company has been providing health care organizations better access to skilled nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech language pathologists and rad-tech professionals for more than 20 years. The company has 30 nursing and allied offices in major U.S. markets.

Wells Fargo will sponsor Athena Awards

Wells Fargo Women’s Financial Services will sponsor the Athena Award Luncheon at the 29th annual Women and Business conference

The luncheon will be held at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at the Grand America Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City. Pamela Atkinson, an advocate for the homeless and low-income families in Utah, will receive the prestigious Athena Award. The Women and Business Conference is a one-day personal and professional development event for the community’s business owners and executives. Sessions will focus on entrepreneurship, leadership, technology and work/life balance.

For more information, call Mark g. Chapman at (801) 246-2843.

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