The Economic Development Corporation of Utah (EDCUtah) has three main competencies, all of which can help your expansion project proceed to a successful conclusion.
From the linkage of the first transcontinental telegraph (1861) and railroad (1869), to the fourth node of what became the Internet (1969), Utah has been in the middle of the things that have changed our world. Today, we straddle a web of highway, rail, air, and broadband that connects us to the major markets of the world.
Utah has had consistently strong growth and is showing no signs of slowing down. There is an eager, intelligent, and trained workforce that is ready to grow with you. Listed below are some of our strongest metrics as well as our largest employers in the state. If you need more specific data about how great Utah is we have industry profiles for every major industry in Utah, as well as a highly qualified team of data scientists that can prepare the data in any way you need it.
in the nation for Job Growth
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Our Industry profiles are industry specific snapshots of the success of business in Utah. There are more available on our research page. If you’re interested in custom tailored data get in touch with Matt Hilburn, he’ll point you in the right direction.
Vice President of Research & Marketingmhilburn@edcutah.org
In 1987 five major Utah companies – Zions Bank, Wells Fargo, CenturyLink, Dominion Energy and Rocky Mountain Power – founded the Economic Development Corporation of Utah. Over 30 years later, the ranks of our Founding members have grown but they continue to be the backbone of our leadership team.