On September 30th, the U.S., Canada and Mexico finalized a long-awaited trade deal that will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Assuming it is approved by the legislatures in the three countries, the new deal—called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)—will govern trade in North America beginning in 2020.
Taiwan and South Korea are Utah’s 6th and 11th largest export destinations, respectively, and offer opportunities for companies interested in expanding their business in Asia. The governor will attend foreign direct investment meetings and visit with government officials.
Salt Lake City – World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) has been awarded $300,000 through the State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) which is funded in part through a Grant with the […]
World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) participated in the Sept. 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance by volunteering at the Utah Food Bank.
By Miles Hansen | For The Tribune Published September 2, 2018 As one of Utah’s newest residents, I am energized by the hive of activity here in the Beehive […]
After spending many years surrounded by Beltway partisanship in Washington, D.C., it is refreshing to work in a state with such strong economic fundamentals, innovative capital investments and wise stewardship from stakeholders. I wrote about Utah’s exciting environment in a recent op-ed in the Salt Lake Tribune.
This past June, six relatively new local companies that are eager to make their mark had the opportunity to exhibit their products to the world and represent the great outdoor products being produced in the state.
World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) and the Salt Lake Chamber hosted a Thought Leader Symposium last Friday to discuss the global trade war. Senator Orrin Hatch was the featured presenter and shared his support of free markets and free trade.
The JEC World Trade Show in Paris is the premier event that unites the global composites industry each year. As the leading international composites show, +40,000 professionals from 113 countries […]
SALT LAKE CITY – World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) recently awarded funding to 23 Utah companies as part of the Utah Export Acceleration Grant (EAG). Created to help small […]
Each year, healthcare and trade professionals from all over the world meet in Dubai for the Arab Health Trade Show – the largest gathering of its kind globally. The 2018 […]
In response to President Trump’s June 1st announcement that key U.S. trade partners would be subject to tariffs on steel and aluminum, Canada, Mexico and the European Union announced retaliatory tariffs on U.S. exports.
World Trade Center Utah (WTC Utah) President and CEO Derek B. Miller released the following statement regarding President Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs that went into effect this morning.
NEPHI, UTAH – On June 6, local business owners gathered at the National Vinyl Products warehouse to participate in the Central Utah International Business Forum. Focused on helping businesses realize […]
4,226 feet above sea level is a small, Utah-based company working to restore coral reef systems globally.
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 […]
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.