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Business events in Utah next week

Published September 6, 2013 1:00 pm

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convention calendar


U.S. Figure Skating Association

2013 — Int'l figure Skating Classic

Salt Lake County Venue

Attendance • 2,000

Runs through • Sunday


Council of State Community Development Agencies

2013 Annual Conference

Little America Hotel

Attendance • 100

Runs through • Sept. 18

Economic Calendar

New economic numbers to be released this week include:


Federal Reserve • Consumer credit data for July.


Labor Department • Job openings and labor turnover survey for July.


Commerce Department • Wholesale trade inventories for July.


Labor Department • Weekly jobless claims.

Freddie Mac • Weekly mortgage rates.

Treasury Department • Federal budget for August.


Commerce Department • Retail sales data for August.

Labor Department • Producer price index for August.

Commerce Department • Business inventories for July.

IPOs Planned

Initial public offerings as provided by Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, Conn., (ipohome.com) and SEC filings, include:

OCI Resources LP • Atlanta, Ga., 5 million shares, priced $19 to $21, managed by Citi and Goldman Sachs. Proposed NYSE symbol OCIR. Business: North American soda ash production business of OCI Chemical.

Utah Events


Summit • The Utah Small Business Coalition will host its 2nd Annual Small Business Summit from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Salt Palace. The conference will offer speakers and breakout sessions aimed at helping small businesses improve their bottom line. One of the chief aims this year is to provide small business owners with the tools to navigate the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. To register for the conference visit http://www.utahsmallbiz.com/events. The cost is $50.


Conference • The Utah League of Cities and Towns will present its 2013 Annual Conference at the Salt Lake Sheraton, 150 W. 500 South, Salt Lake City. The theme of this year's three-day conference is "Assessing Your Community's Vital Signs." To register go to http://bit.ly/1cPDxuT. The cost of the conference ranges from $360 for member cities and towns to $650 for attendees from the private sector.

Submit information about upcoming Utah events to bizdesk@sltrib.com.