UTC Welcomes Facebook, Highlights Current Tech Community Strengths

May 30th, 2018

Media Statement

For Immediate Release: May 30, 2018

Contact:       Elizabeth Converse, Director of Strategic Communication

                    Utah Technology Council

                    801-835-7087 | econverse@utahtech.org

UTC Welcomes Facebook, Highlights Current Tech Community Strengths

Salt Lake City – Following today’s groundbreaking of a new facility in Eagle Mountain that will house a data center for the social media company Facebook, Utah Technology Council President and CEO John Knotwell released the following statement:

“Tech is growing in Utah. The creation of this new site, with its huge name recognition, is a win for the state and the region. Utah’s vibrant workforce, attractive quality of life and commitment to collaboration are making Utah a hive of growth and a magnet for tech in the country. This is one more step in the future of this community. There is true value in creating or relocating a company here. The future is bright.”

 

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