Businesses appeal Utah’s medical cannabis cultivator picks
Six companies challenged Utah’s medical marijuana grower licensing selections, which could further delay the program rollout set for next year. The state’s Division of Purchasing said Monday it received the appeals before Friday’s deadline from six unsuccessful applicants.
Utah’s new pet-friendly hotel will help support an animal sanctuary
If you like to travel with your best furry friend, you will be able to stay at a new pet-friendly hotel in Utah that will help to support an animal sanctuary. Best Friends Roadhouse and Mercantile will open in Kanab to travellers and their pets on 15 August, 2019. The hotel will have 30 regular rooms, eight suites and two two-level suites, while the Mercantile will house reception, a common area space for guests, a complimentary vegan continental breakfast bar and retail options. It will support the educational and outreach efforts of Best Friends Animal Society and the 3000-acre Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.
Investment in mutual funds of the United States through the investment fund ICN Holding
This is an investment in mutual funds of the United States through the investment fund ICN Holding. It combines two functions: 1. Through it, you can also go into the managed portfolios of the funds Franklin Templeton and Putnam Investments. 2. You can invest in his own managed portfolios.
Utah Entrepreneurs & Companies
Utah’s entrepreneurs are among the best in the world. Entrepreneurs from Utah have developed companies like Atari, Pixar, Adobe, Iomega, Novell, Silicon Graphics, Netscape, and WordPerfect. They have invented/patented technologies and products like the hearing aid, television, artificial arm, and the artificial heart. Utah’s Entrepreneurs are truly world class. To help Utah entrepreneurs, the Utah Fund of Funds invests in venture capital and private equity funds that will commit to develop a working relationship with Utah and visit with Utah companies and entrepreneurs.
Utah’s Start Up Industry
Utah’s History Utah has a long history of education, innovation and growth. In 1927, a former BYU student produced and patented the first TV. In 1954, a University of Utah Ph.D. graduate and future BYU professor produces the first synthetic diamond and in 1969 the University of Utah become one of the four universities connected to ARPANET, the precursor to the Internet. Here are some additional Utah facts: