Business Association Looks Forward to 2017

Business Association Looks Forward to 2017

As 2017 dawns, the Cottonwood Heights Business Association looks forward to more opportunities to strengthen the city’s business community. During the last year, CHBA participants were involved in a variety of activities that allowed connection with each other and with the residents of Cottonwood Heights.

The CHBA held its first Business-to-Business Expo, the first Recreational Lifestyle Fair and the inaugural Bites in the Heights event that highlighted local restaurants, and challenged residents to visit all the participating eateries. Partnering with Brighton High School, the CHBA organized a Shark Tank event that was sponsored by several businesses in the city and was considered a fun success by all involved.

Educational Boot Camp business classes covered topics to help entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses, while regular New Business luncheons allowed city leaders to get to know new business owners in Cottonwood Heights. For the holidays, local businesses provided Thanksgiving dinners for two families, and a Sub-For-Santa project to help several children in the city have a wonderful Christmas.

This year, the CHBA will continue organizing events that connect and support local businesses. If you would like to be apprised of upcoming CHBA events, contact pkinder@ch.utah.gov to receive the monthly digital newsletter to help your business stay involved. 

Posted on 01/04/2017