Dear Utah Alliance Members,
With 2015 upon us it is time to renew your membership in Utah Alliance. We are excited to continue serving you in the new year. We are looking to expand our meetings this year. Two of our quarterly meetings will have evening networking sessions and expanded afternoon and morning sessions. It is our goal to provide more networking opportunities and enhanced training for this year.
The Alliance is supported by its membership. As we move forward it becomes imperative that to maintain and grow membership the Alliance needs to ensure you receive value for your investment. We provide value through networking, education and information sharing. We also intend to provide improved access to economic development and business professionals. As part of our efforts to enhance value, we have updated the web site that provides state wide economic information, easier access and flow of information, and more linkages. Also, coming soon will be expanded registration alternatives through direct pay for membership and meetings. We will continue providing a quarterly newsletter that highlights Utah success stories, timely economic development topics, legislative issues and state wide programs. We also want to provide increased exposure for you to share information about your organization and/or business.
In this economy everyone is trying to do more with less. We want the Utah Alliance to facilitate knowledge sharing and provide tools and resource to help all of its membership continue being successful. We exist to serve you, and we ask for continued support in 2015. We are planning meetings on January 14 in St. George; April 15-16 at the Ogden Weber Applied Technology College; July 16 in Lehi; and October 14-15 in Cedar City.