Vol. 34 Nbr. 5, May 2020
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- An enforced minimalism.
- Ask us.
- The case for a minimalist business: Two entrepreneurs chose to get rid of the parts of their businesses that didn't spark joy--and that saved them during the Coronavirus pandemic.
- Yes, you can now get your prescriptions delivered: First Uber and Door Dash, then Instacart--prescription delivery could be next, but not before it overcomes key hurdles.
- Should your employees be paid daily? A case study.
- Self-funded: These entrepreneurs started their businesses with their own bank accounts.
- The leader vs. the follower ... who is more important? If your company isn't valuing each equally, you could be missing out on big opportunities.
- 10 Secrets every Utah business should know about credit card processing fees.
- Copyright: What is it good for? And how do I keep my copyright house in order?
- The 2020 Corporate Counsel Award Winners: Meet the 2020 Corporate Counsel honorees who are continuing to guide our companies to a continued standard of excellence.
- UB Events Calendar.
- Roundtable QA: COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE.
- IMPACTS ON U.S. COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE.
- Utah is home to an incredible cohort of female entrepreneurs: Here's how you can help that cohort grow even greater.
- A new icon: Colliers Utah new headquarters is setting the standard for office space.
- SBA lenders Ranked by 2019 Total Utah 7(a) Loans Approved.