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Utah's Daily Business Resource | Brought to you by Utah Pulse | Thursday, April 25, 2019

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Utah wins a 2019 regional innovation cluster grant through the SBA
Utah was one of seven regional innovation cluster (RIC) initiatives awarded $500,000 from the U.S. Small Business Administration. The Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI) received the award to expand its efforts to foster small business growth within the advanced materials and manufacturing industry cluster in Utah.
Utah Thrives Podcast: Teacher pay
Why should a young person in Utah make the career decision to become a teacher? Why do potential teachers often choose another line of work? And how do Utah's pay scales for teachers compare to other Mountain states and the nation?
Salt Lake City launches home buyer program for first-responders, teachers, and nurses
Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski will join representatives from the Community Development Corporation of Utah to formally launch the Community HEROES Home Buyer Program, a down-payment assistance program for nurses, teachers, police officers, firefighters, EMTs, and 911-dispatchers who live and work in Salt Lake City.
Spirent Federal Systems announces new board members
Spirent Federal Systems, the nation's leading provider of GPS/GNSS test equipment, announced today that Robert Lollini and former director of the GPS Directorate at LAFB, Col. (retired) Bernard Gruber have joined the Spirent Federal Board of Directors as CoB and Government Security Committee Chairman, respectively. Robert Lollini and Bernard Gruber have replaced Lawrence Garrett and George Emery.
Sales tip: In sales, small things make a big difference
Even as a relatively young and inexperienced salesperson, there were rarely any major principles of selling that I overlooked.  
Updated report moves Utah 37 spots for cutting licensing red tape to increase employment opportunities, support state's growing economy
Governor Gary R. Herbert stated that thanks to collaborative efforts by the Utah State Legislature and Executive Branch, Utah's ranking of occupational licensing burden in the United States saw a massive decrease, down from 13th to 50th nationwide.  
James S. Wright joins Parr Brown as a shareholder
The Law firm of Parr Brown Gee & Loveless is pleased to announce that James S. Wright joined the firm as a shareholder in the real estate, land use and zoning, eminent domain, and construction law sections.

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