Companies across industries have chosen to expand their operations in Utah — due, in part, to tax credits.
A robust business climate and strategic growth during 2023 earns the Lone Star State this recognition.
The new cutting-edge facility, which will create more than 190 jobs in Salt Lake City, Utah, will be fully operational in July 2025.
The strength and diversity of its business climate lands the Lone Star State the top spot for this annual economic development recognition from Business Facilities magazine.
Software, analytics, and AI solutions company MasterControl Solutions expects to add about 155 jobs at its Salt Lake County location. Plus, Fairmat and Chromalox also grow in Utah.
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.
Utah Governor Spencer J. Cox discusses how robust business incentives offer companies vast opportunity in the Beehive State.
TI's new 300-millimeter semiconductor wafer fab, located next to its existing operation in Lehi, will be the largest economic investment in Utah history.
The Procter & Gamble project is expected to bring 100 new jobs to Box Elder County, UT in the next 20 years, as well as millions of dollars in investment.
Utah has launched several programs to support relocating and expanding businesses, including tax rebates and custom job training.
Where tech talent is concentrated is one of the most influential factors in the potential growth of the industry in a region.
With a strategic location, two business parks, and a can-do attitude, Sevier County, Utah is ready for business.
With help from the state's EDTIF program, tZERO Group will invest over $2 million and create 80 new jobs at its Utah headquarters over the next eight years.
Virginia once again earned top spots for both Tech Talent Pipeline and Cybersecurity in Business Facilities' 18th Annual Rankings Report.
The cloud-based software company will bring up to 3,400 new high-paying jobs to its Orem, UT headquarters in 10 years.
The technology/solar energy, aerospace, and life sciences companies will invest a total of more than $357 million across Utah.
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