“Utah is the best place to do business.
— Dan Hemmert, Executive Director,
TOP BUSINESS FACILITIES RANKINGS: UTAH
|#2 Housing Market Growth||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 5 Best Business Climate||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Tech Talent Pipeline||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Medtech / Medical Devices||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Fastest Growing (Population)||2023 State Rankings|
|#1 Best Business Climate (Large): Provo/Orem||2023 Metro Rankings|
|#2 Best Business Climate (Small): Logan||2023 Metro Rankings|
|#3 Best Business Climate (Small): St. George||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 5 Manufacturing Hubs (Mid-Sized): Ogden-Clearfield||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 10 Fintech Leaders: Salt Lake City||2023 Metro Rankings|
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Two food industry companies will bring a combined 333 jobs to Utah over the next several years – investing nearly $15 billion in the state.
Texas Instruments broke ground on its second plant in Lehi, Utah – a move Gov. Spencer Cox said will be “transformative” for the state.
Corporations choose Utah for its industrial strength, but also for the work-life balance the state offers.
C&J Specialties and Kent Outdoors will bring a combined 274 jobs to rural Utah because of a state incentive program.
Signaling a new era for enhanced geothermal energy, Fervo Energy is building the world’s largest next-gen geothermal project in southwest Utah.