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  • Utah is home to diverse people, places, & things to do.

    No matter who you are, where you are from, or what you enjoy doing.....there is a UTAH for you.

  • Event Highlights

    Living Color Gala

    Presented by Utah Business Magazine, Larry Miller & Living Color Utah

    Utah Business and Living Color Utah are pleased to present the first-annual Living Color Gala—a night to honor those who have made it their mission to attract and foster diversity initiatives in the state of Utah.

    A BLACK-TIE GALA TO CELEBRATE DIVERSITY

    In partnership with the Black Chamber of Commerce, the Utah Asian Chamber of Commerce, the Utah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the SLC Pacific Island Business Alliance, the LGBTQ+ Chamber of Commerce, the Utah Cultural Trust, and Young Professionals Salt Lake City, Utah Business will host a black-tie gala that will bring awareness to the changing business landscape in Utah, as well as create the foundation upon which further recruiting efforts can be built.

    HOSTED AT THE UTAH JAZZ ARENA

    Join us for a black-tie gala honoring diversity initiatives across the state. Held at the Vivint Smart Home Arena on August 21st, the gala will feature live music, appetizers, a cash bar, a three-course meal. The event will be MC’d by Brittany Johnson of ABC4 News and feature a keynote speech from Utah Jazz owner Gail Miller, The evening will surely be a night to remember. The networking reception will begin at 5:30 in the atrium of the Vivint Smart Home Arena, followed by the awards dinner on the stadium floor at 7:00pm.During this inspirational event, we will honor the individuals who are creating a lasting impact on Utah’s diverse communities. In addition to specific individuals, small, medium, large, and nonprofit companies also have the opportunity to be recognized during the gala. All honorees will be featured in the August 2019 edition of Utah Business.

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  • Spotlight

     Utah Pacific Island Heritage Month 

    Saturday, July 27th 8AM - 10PM

    In 2012, Utah’s governor declared August to be “Utah Pacific Island Heritage Month.” The annual celebration features a variety of activities throughout the state including art exhibits, live music, and food festivals.

    Utah Pacific Island Heritage Month provides a platform for Pacific Island businesses, entrepreneurs, and community organizations to educate about our cultural assets; services, and programs; to counter negative stereotypes of Pacific Islanders and instill positive self-identity in our youth; to preserve and promote Pacific Island cultural heritage and traditions, acknowledging the similarities and embracing the differences among our cultures; and to honor pioneers across the Pacific Islands.