Business briefs: Park City Women’s Business Network to discuss collaboration at monthly event
Park City Women’s Business Network to discuss collaboration at monthly event
The Park City Women’s Business Network is set to host an event on March 12 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Enlighten Wellness. According to the organization’s website, the theme for the event is collaboration. The business network hopes to connect women through its monthly meet-ups, which it calls tent talks. Kelley Wolf, a certified life and personal development coach, is set to speak. All women in the Park City community are invited to attend. The event is free for members of the organization and $10 for non-members.
Chamber/Bureau to host event on healthy workplaces
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is set to host a lunch and learn about creating a healthy workplace on March 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Park City Hospital, according to a newsletter. Joshua Scott from the Center for Health, Work and Environment, and Lili Tenney Star, Health Links co-founder and director, will speak during the workshop, titled Creating a Thriving (Healthier) Workplace. They are set to speak about ways to make a workplace environment that supports mental diversity and overall healthier and happier workers. Chamber/Bureau members are invited to attend the free event. Lunch will be provided.
Registration open for Utah Tourism Conference
Early-bird registration is open for the Utah Tourism Conference from Sept. 17-19 at the Utah State University campus in Logan, according to the Utah Office of Tourism’s website. Early-bird registration is set to close on March 30. The conference will include workshops and keynote speakers related to tourism in the state. For more information, and to register, visit https://www.utahtourism.org/2019-utah-tourism-conference.
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