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Utah Business Report December 3, 2013



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This is Marty Carpenter in for Lane Beattie of the Salt Lake Chamber with your Utah Business Report.

More and more businesses are learning that Utah is a great place to do business.

Cytozyme (sight-o-zime) Laboratories recently celebrated the relocation of its headquarters to South Salt Lake.

Cytozyme was founded in 1975, but over the past five years they have nearly tripled. Between 2012 and 2013 alone, their revenue increased by 30 percent. The time for a larger building with more space to continue growth had arrived. The 107-thousand square foot building will allow production to quadruple as they commit to a new Cytozyme of Sustainable Solutions to increase world food production.

Since 1975, Cytozyme Laboratories has provided farmers with safe and effective products designed to improve crop quality and productivity, while maintaining a commitment to social and environmental stewardship.

The Salt Lake Chamber is Utah's business leader. Learn how your business can get involved by visiting slchamber.com.

This is Marty Carpenter for KSL News Radio.

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