Raising PTAC Visibility
Butcher’s Bunches Handcrafted Preserves
Buy Utah’s Own
Workshop videos and more now online!
Recycling Market Development Zones
Utah Department of Workforce Services (employer initiatives and programs)
Zions Bank offers grants to projects that empower women

Workshops

CBRC Workshop Schedule
Most workshops are held at the Riverwoods Conference Center in conjunction with SBDC Professional Development Series

Jan 22    Cache Business Resource Center/SCORE and  Logan Small Business Development Center will be offering a free workshop, “Shipping Solutions for Small Business”. Learn how to improve your shipping processes to enhance customer experience while controlling costs. Topics include: parcel shipping, less than load (LTL), palletized shipping, and more. Hear from Old Dominion Freight Line, UPS, FedEx, and BATC instructor, Matt Fuller.

Noon – 12:00 at Riverwoods Conference Center
615 Riverwood Pkwy, Logan, UT
Free workshop
$14 lunch cost
RSVP to 435-797-2277 space is limit

Sponsored by Old Dominion Freight Line

SAVE THE DATE!
Apr
16, 2015   9:00 am to 4:00 pm

2015 Cache Business Summit
brought to you by Lewiston State Bank
Cache Business Summit, the Valley’s  Premier Business Conference. Come join us on Thursday, April 16th, to learn valuable business principles at the hands of those who have created multi-million dollar businesses! More information coming soon!

The event will be held at the Riverwoods Conference Center. Cost for attendance is $30 per person with online registration prior to the event or $35 on the day of the event at the door. For questions or additional info, please contact the SBDC at (435)797-2277 or http://sbdc@usu.edu. Seating is limited so register today!

Outdoor Recreation Summit
Mar 3  The Utah Outdoor Recreation Summit on March 3, 2015 will offer an outstanding venue for all those who enjoy Utah’s outdoor recreation lifestyle and economy to share best practices, ideas, and principles. Who should attend? Outdoor industry leaders, user groups, county and community officials, travel and tourism representatives, state and federal land managers, and all those who care about Utah’s outdoor recreation.

The 2015 Outdoor Recreation Summit will offer 800 attendees outstanding opportunities for networking within the state’s outdoor community, thought-provoking and inspiring speakers, and an opportunity to explore new possibilities. Register early.

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