Business briefs: Tickets available for Small Business Summit
August 4, 2017
Parkite offers tickets to Small Business Summit
Maxine Turner, a member of the Park City Chamber/Bureau and chair of the U.S. Chamber/Bureau's Small Business Council, has a limited number of complimentary tickets available to the U.S. Chamber Bureau's Small Business Summit in Washington, D.C. According to a Park City Chamber/Bureau newsletter, the summit, which will bring together more than 900 small businesses, is set for Sept. 10-13 and will feature engagement sessions and workshops that will provide valuable information to entrepreneurs. Business owners interested in attending should contact Turner directly at Maxine@cuisineunlimited.com.
Keller Williams Park City announces new investors
Keller Williams Park City announced Heather Feldman and Nancy Seraphin as the Park City Market Center's newest owner-investors. According to a press release, Feldman has 19 years of experience in the real estate industry and has recently focused on high-end luxury properties in Park City. She joined Keller Williams in 2016 and was appointed to the Agent Leadership Council this year. Seraphin is currently the CEO of the Market Center and leads the brokerage in growth and profitability. She has been a part of the Park City real estate industry for 26 years.
Chamber/Bureau to hold local business tour
The People's Health Clinic is set to host the next Park City Chamber/Bureau local business tour. According to the Chamber/Bureau website, visitparkcity.com, the tour is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 10, from 4 to 6 p.m. It is a chance for members to mingle and tour the People's Health Clinic, a nonprofit that served 8,500 patients in 2016. The clinic has been located at 650 Round Valley Drive since 2009 after starting in a mobile van in 1999. The tour will feature light refreshments and will also be an opportunity for members to network.
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