For Immediate Release
March 13, 2017
World Trade Center Utah
World Trade Center Utah Strengthens Team with New Hire and Promotions
Salt Lake City – World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) is bolstering up its staff to meet the growing needs of Utah companies. WTC Utah is pleased to report it has hired Kelsey Price to fill the newly created role of marketing director, promoted Teren Taniuchi to trade services director and hired Marcie Wallace as the full time office manager.
“Our job at World Trade Center Utah is to help Utah companies export,” said Derek B. Miller, president and CEO of WTC Utah. “The addition of a marketing director to our team, as well as the promotions of Marcie and Teren, will help increase awareness of our organization and allow us to better serve the state’s business community.”
Before joining the WTC Utah team, Kelsey Price worked as a digital content captain with the Sacramento Republic FC. She has extensive experience with digital media and marketing strategy. Price also worked as a specialist for the Army National Guard and as marketing and SEO Specialist for i4 Solutions Inc.
Along with the hire of Price, WTC Utah also promoted two current employees. Teren Taniuchi was promoted from trade services specialist to trade services director and Marcie Wallace was promoted from fellow to office manager. Taniuchi is the point of contact for any company looking to expand globally. Wallace manages finances and office organization.
These staff changes will allow WTC Utah to help even more companies “think, act and succeed globally.” To view a full list of WTC Utah staff members, click here.
About World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah)
The mission of World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) is to help Utah companies think, act and succeed globally. WTC Utah accomplishes this mission through three key objectives. First is to motivate and educate Utah businesses to expand their global presence through training seminars, regional forums and newsletters focused on international business development, trade issues and export opportunities. Second is to build capacity of Utah businesses for international trade through B2B consultations to identify expansion goals, assess current capabilities, determine overseas opportunities and connect companies with market experts and potential partners. Third is to expand global network of Utah businesses through trade missions and networking with foreign trade officials.