BUSINESS BRIEFS, Aug. 10-13, 2013 |

BUSINESS BRIEFS, Aug. 10-13, 2013

Women's Business Network hosting mixer

The Park City Women’s Business Network will be hosting this month’s mixer Tuesday, Aug. 13, at Montage Deer Valley, located at 9100 Marsac Avenue.

There will be three presenters Trainer Helen Golden, Nutrition Coach Melany Palacios and Motivational Coach Rochelle Rawson. A Local Table will provide food and beverages.

The event is free for PCWBN Members and $10 for non-members. To register as a member, visit .

They are also accepting nominations for Business Woman of the Year. To nominate someone, visit .

Park City Group CEO to present at conference

Randy Fields, Chairman and CEO of Park City Group, will present at the Midwest IDEAS Investor Conference on August 27th at the University of Chicago’s Gleacher Center in Chicago, Illinois.

His presentation is set to begin at 1:30 p.m. CDT, and a live webcast can be accessed at the conference website, .

Event-Planning Company receives accolades

According to a press release from Aspen-based RMC Destination Management Company, which has an office in Park City, it has been recognized for its excellence in business.

It has been named 2013 Top 25 DMC in the world by Special Events Magazine and chosen as a finalist for 2013 Top Company Award by ColoradoBiz Magazine.

The Top Company Award will be announced at the magazine’s 26th annual event on September 11, 2013.

New offer from Brighton and Solitude resorts

For the first time, Brighton Resort and Solitude Mountain Resort will team up to offer the Big Cottonwood Pass, which provides access to over 3,700 acres of terrain, 130 plus trails and 15 lifts all in the "Heart of the Wasatch."

The pass is valid at both resorts, connected by the SolBright Trail, throughout the entire season with no blackout dates for $999. This pass is available for a limited time before Nov. 2, 2013.

For more information, or to purchase a pass, visit .

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