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by WTC Utah President and CEO Derek Miller Over the years, I’ve learned that you can start some amazing conversations with the phrase, “Here’s a question for you...” I used that phrase recently to start a conversation with Kristen Cox, executive director of the Utah Governor’s Office of Management and Budget. It’s safe to say her office is the [...]
The United States and Canada enjoy the world’s largest and most comprehensive trading relationship that supports millions of jobs in each country.
This month, WTC Utah President and CEO Derek Miller interviews Utah-based software company Zonos about their tool to help small-to-medium-sized businesses go global.
When we talk about economic prosperity, a portion of the conversation typically involves the importance of improving our workforce diversity in the state, including the need to enhance leadership opportunities for women.
At the Cache Valley Business Summit on April 19, two Utah companies received the Vanguard in International Business Award, presented by World Trade Center Utah in partnership with the Department of Workforce Services.
An analysis by World Trade Center Utah shows if Chinese retaliatory tariffs on U.S. products are implemented, they will have diverse and harmful effects on Utah’s economy. In addition to threatening Utah’s direct and indirect exports...
SALT LAKE CITY – While participating in the governor led trade mission to Mexico City and Baja last week, 27 Utah companies made connections and learned how they can successfully expand their business to Latin America.
Salt Lake City – Gov. Gary R. Herbert is leading a delegation of 27 Utah companies and organizations on a trade mission to Mexico City and Baja, California this week.
Search Committee Organized to Find New WTC Utah President and CEO as Derek Miller Accepts Position as President and CEO of the Salt Lake Chamber.