Northern Utah Business (Nubiz) is the region’s premier source for business information. Along with frequent industry blog and business features on Nubiz.org, Nubiz offers two bi-annual symposiums and an annual economic forecast.
Nubiz.org offers a one-stop look at news, events and blogs from Northern Utah businesses. Bloggers include select industry leaders who share unique business perspectives in monthly posts. Plus, organizations from small startups to big corporations post news and events to alert the public of recent happenings and community engagement opportunities.
The Nubiz Symposium is a partnership between the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce and Weber State University John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics. Held two times per year, the symposium allows individuals to learn from business leaders who are challenging traditional practices and setting new standards. Leading practitioners share their experiences on specific business themes such as marketing, new business technologies, leadership, human resources and other topics of interest to the business community. This half-day conference is guaranteed to start your creative engine and provide you with practical and innovative ways to grow your business.
The symposium is open to all businesses for a nominal fee that includes registration, parking and breakfast. Register for the upcoming Nubiz Symposium here.
Nubiz Economic Forecast
The Nubiz Economic Forecast is a partnership between the Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce, Bank of Utah, and Weber State University John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics. This annual event held at the beginning of the calendar year includes lunch, a panel discussion and presentations from experts in industries such as education, health care, aerospace, commercial and residential real estate, and banking. Additionally, region-specific forecast information is provided by leading economists.
The economic forecast is open to the public for a nominal fee. Click here for more information and to register for the upcoming event.