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THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FROM THE SALT LAKE CHAMBER, WITH YOUR METRO BUSINESS REPORT
According to The Leverich Group, a recent poll of CPAs across the country were asked “In tough economic times, how can businesses ensure they’ll stay afloat?” Of the 215 CPAs that responded, 150 said “Taking better care of existing customers.” A distant second in the poll was “improve cash flow management.” Third was “retain employees.” Asked the top five concerns of business owners today, the CPAs overwhelmingly named the state of the economy as the top concern. Finding and keeping good employees was the next biggest concern. CPAmerica International conducted the poll of its members, including The Leverich Group.
Weber State University’s Computer & Electronic Engineering Technology Department has been accredited to offer the Federal Aviation Administration’s Airway Facilities Collegiate Training Initiative program.
The Salt Lake Clean Cities Coalition announced the opening of the Clean Cities Draper Chevron Station at 267 West 12300 South in Draper. The station is only the third ethanol station in Utah.
The Chamber’s next Business After Hours is this Thursday, May 22nd at Rose Sachs Gardens, a reception and meeting center only a few minutes from downtown. There will be the usual prizes, food, and business building networking. Also this month is a special Business After Hours II in Wasatch County on May 29th. Business After Hours II will be at RJ Enterprises in Heber City. For information about either networking event, call the Chamber at 328-5077 or see us on the web at saltlakechamber.org.
THIS IS MICHAEL DE GROOTE FOR KSL NEWSRADIO 1160.