Business briefs, Oct. 10-13 |

Business briefs, Oct. 10-13


Chamber/Bureau to hold mixer

The Park City Chamber/Bureau will hold an after-hours mixer for members Oct. 22. According to the Chamber/Bureau’s website,, the mixer is a chance to showcase member businesses and allows members to network with one another. The event will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Freedom Chiropractic (1526 Ute Blvd.) and will include complimentary hors d’oeuvres. Members are asked to RSVP to or 435-655-7789. For more information, go to

Culinary institute debuts new program

The Park City Culinary Institute has unveiled a new six-month program designed to be more comprehensive than the school’s two-month program. According to a press release, students will participate in exchange programs with local restaurants in order to finish the program debt-free and ready to start their culinary careers. "The restaurants love this, because they need ambitious and trained talent, and that talent often needs money for school," said Laurie Moldawer, founder of the institute, in the release. "It’s a win-win for both students and the hospitality industry." For more information, visit

Utah Labor Commission offers grants

The Utah Labor Commission is accepting applications for grants for projects that demonstrate a commitment to workplace safety. According to a press release, proposals for "funding may include, but are not limited to the development of workshops and training, implementation of specialized safety programs, and collaborative workplace safety training between organizations." Up to $500,000 in total awards may be given this year. "It is our hope that these grants provide opportunities to fund projects that otherwise could not be implemented to improve and enhance safety practices in the workplace," said Sherrie Hayashi, Utah Labor Commissioner, in the release. For more information, visit