Tuesday's Metro Business Report

Posted - Jun. 12, 2001 at 11:53 a.m.



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THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FROM THE SALT LAKE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT

The Utah Information & Technology Association holds it’s Information Technology Conference today and tomorrow, June 13th at the Salt Palace.

FJCandN, a Salt Lake advertising agency, received three ADDY awards and four Citations of Excellence at the American Advertising Federation National ADDY Awards. The awards were for work produced for Utah Transit Authority, Park City Chamber, Workers Compensation Fund, Rocky Mountain Medical Center, and the Utah Dairy Council.

Deer Valley Resort has instituted a new program for its summer day camps called “Kids’ Jamboree”. The new program is designed for children from 3 years old down to as young as 18 months.

Zions Bank announced a partnership with the Utah State Bar to make online license renewal available to Utah’s 7,200 lawyers and judges. This process, which utilizes secure digital certificates through Digital Signature Trust, streamlines the old renew-by-mail process.

Here’s an Olympic business fact: During the Sydney Olympics, tourism in other areas of Australia was 15 percent below normal.

One of the great challenges and opportunities of the Olympics is interacting with business people from other countries and cultures. This month’s Gold Medal Seminar series teaches how to avoid cultural mistakes and communicate effectively. The seminar is Wednesday, June 20th at 7:30 a.m. at the Grand America Hotel. For more information call the Chamber at 328-5097 or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.

THIS IS LARRY MANKIN FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.

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