Summary: The Silicon Slopes Podcast provides an in-depth look inside Utah’s growing startup and tech community from the perspective of the entrepreneurs, executives, and community leaders at the forefront of the industry.
Join us for a conversation with Utah State Senator Luz Escamilla.
Join us for a conversation with Teresa Foxley CEO of EDCUtah.
Join us for a conversation with Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall.
Join us for a conversation with Solutionreach Executive Chairman Jim Higgins.
Participants in today's Town Hall include Senator Mitt Romney, Lt. Governor Spencer Cox, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Utah Area President Craig Christensen, Utah Senate President Stuart Adams, Utah Restaurant Association President Melva Sine, Dr. David Hillyard, Medical Director: Molecular Infectious Diseases, ARUP Laboratories, Nomi Health CEO Mark Newman and Kelvyn Cullimore CEO of BioUtah.
Join us for a conversation with Utah State Senator Derek Kitchen.
Join us for a conversation with Utah Food Bank CEO Ginette Bott.
Join us for a conversation with Podium CEO Eric Rea.
Participants in today's Town Hall include Senator Mike Lee, Lt. Governor Spencer Cox, Qualtrix CEO Ryan Smith, Senator Mitt Romney's Chief of Staff Matt Waldrip, Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson, BYU Pathway Worldwide President Clark Gilbert, Adam Whitaker with the American Red Cross, and Nomi Health CEO Mark Newman.
In this episode we chat with Ryan Smith who has some great news to share!
In this edition we have an opportunity to chat with Adam Whitaker from the American Red Cross.
In this episode Clint Betts chats with Andrew Smith, CEO of Four Foods Group. Andrew has a lot to say about the current state of affairs in the food services industry and also has an important announcement.
In this episode Clint Betts gets an update from Jennifer Napier-Pearce, editor of the Salt Lake Tribune, on the COVID-19, the earthquake, panic buying and more.
In this episode Clint Betts gets an update from Congressman Ben McAdams on his experience dealing with COVID-19.
Our guest at today’s live event is Jim Gillespie, Co-founder and CEO of GrayMatter. Jim has been leading industrial digital transformations for more than 30 years. He focuses on curating technology, guiding the digital process and enabling assets and people to become smarter and more visible. GrayMatter co-innovates with companies in manufacturing, water/wastewater, power and oil and gas markets to deliver custom-fit operational technology programs and solutions.