Business briefs, June 27-30
June 26, 2015
Parkite honored by the Financial Times
Glen Mintz, a founding partner of Mogul Financial Group, a UBS Wealth Management Americas Signature Team, has been named one of the top 400 financial advisers in the country by Financial Times. According to a press release, Mintz is the senior portfolio manager for a long equity and a long/short equity portfolio. Greg Golding and Noah Levine, co-founders of Mogul Financial Group, said in the release: "Recognition from the Financial Times is an extremely big deal. We are proud of Glen and gratified to be able to offer a unique approach to wealth management, not just to our firm but to our community."
No Barriers Summit registration closes soon
Registration for the 2015 No Barriers Summit, an event hosted by the National Ability Center designed to empower people to break through challenges, is set to close June 30, according to the event’s website, nobarriersummit.org. The registration cost for the event starts at $200. The summit is scheduled for July 9 through July 12 and will feature several prominent people sharing stories of overcoming challenges, and will also showcase new and innovative technology that helps people with disabilities. For more information, or to register, visit the summit’s website.
Chamber/Bureau to hold after-hours mixer
The Park City Chamber Bureau is set to hold an after-hours business mixer July 8. According to the Chamber/Bureau’s website, visitparkcity.com, the mixer is an opportunity to showcase local business and a chance for members to network with colleagues and other members. The mixer will be held at Red Rock Junction, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and will feature appetizers. Admission is free for members. To RSVP, visit redrockbrewing.com/park-city-chamber.
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