Business Briefs for Feb. 23 |

Business Briefs for Feb. 23

PCTIC Meeting

The Park City Traders and Investors Club is scheduled to meet Thursday, Feb. 28 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the at the Park Ave. Library in the 1st floor meeting room. Brian Kahn, PCTIC president, asks that participants come prepared with observations, sector and stock breakdowns as well as any questions. For more information email

Nonprofits bring in health guru

Park City Medical Center is partnering with the People’s Health Clinic, Jewish Family Services, The Christian Center of Park City and the LiVe Well Center to bring the internationally renowned wellness expert and four-time New York Times bestselling author, Dr. Mark Hyman, to Park City for a free presentation, according to a press release from the local hospital. Dr. Hyman is scheduled to speak on Wednesday, March 6 at the Temple Har Shalom in Park City starting at 7 p.m. The event is free and there will be a question and answer session after the presentation. Temple Har Shalom is located at 3700 N Brookside Ct. and parking is limited. Participants are asked to carpool or take public transportation if possible. Additional parking is available on the west side of S.R. 224 in the St. Mary’s Catholic Church parking lot and free shuttle busses to the Temple will be available. For more information on the event, visit

Easier than ever for businesses to gain capital

Capital Access Network, Inc. (CAN), along with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), announced that CAN is opening a new office in Utah for itself and its subsidiary company, NewLogic Business Loans, Inc., according to a state press release. The new office is bringing 108 new jobs to the state over the next five to seven years and will be located in Salt Lake City. CAN has entered into an agreement with the state for seven years and will invest approximately $1.9MM in capital investment, the release continued. New Logic provides small businesses with access to alternative business loans. For more information, visit

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