2015 WASHINGTON,D.C. TRIP
SEPTEMBER 29TH OCTOBER 2ND
Contact Heidi Walker for more info
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Includes one participant, logo on promotional event materials and signage, includes selection of
track for additional sponsorship recognition, video promotional blog.
On Thursday, Oct. 1st, we dive deeper on key issues of interest to business. These select tracks will allow small groups of
business leaders (20 or less) to meet with high-level officials and interest groups for a half-day following topics:
1. Innovating the Next Utah: Technology, Cybersecurity and Innovation District
The future of Utah’s economy is built on innovation. This track builds on the Chamber’s effort to advance a downtown
innovation district and will give business leaders key insights into the emerging technologies, associated challenges and
future economic development strategies.
2. Regulation Nation: Workforce, Finance and the Environment
Businesses are facing the largest wave of regulations in history. This track builds on the Chamber’s Regulation Roundta-
bles and will provide a unique opportunity to learn about current efforts to improve our nation’s regulatory climate and
major regulatory issues impacting our state.
3. Utah’s Global Forum in Action: Trade and Foreign Relations
Utah is a global destination for business, a leader in trade and global issues impact Utah’s economy. This track builds on
the Chamber’s strategic partnerships with the Governor’s Office of Economic Development and World Trade Center
Utah and will allow business leaders to learn from the best and brightest DC has to offer on global and trade issues
impacting their business.
4. Modernizing Our Nation's Tax Code: Comprehensive Tax Reform
Utah’s federal delegation is in a unique position to act on modernizing our nation’s tax code. This track builds on the
Chamber’s effort to improve not only Utah’s tax code but the nation’s and will allow business leaders an opportunity to
better understand current negotiations, impacts on federal programs and addressing issues such as remote retail sales tax
and the federal gas tax.
5. Business Advocacy: Matching Business Goals with Government Relations Strategies
A very purposeful, engaged and active business community plays a vital role in Utah’s future prosperity. This track builds
on the Chamber’s effort to improve our grassroots and business leader engagement to further our advocacy efforts by
learning from best and brightest DC has to offer on aligning corporate goals with government relations strategies.
Wednesday, Sept. 30 or Thursday, Oct. 1
$10,000 // 2 available
$5,000 // 3 available
$2,500 // 5 available