Business events in Utah this week

Published February 24, 2013 12:31 am
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Western Hunting

& Conservation

2013 Expo

Salt Palace

Runs through • Final day

Attendance • 10,000


Utility Variable - Generation

Integration Group

2013 Forecasting Workshop

Salt Lake Marriott downtown

Runs through • Wednesday

Attendance • 100


Express Event Professionals

Int'l Leadership Conference

The Grand America

Runs through • Saturday

Attendance • 1,200

Utah Dental Association

2013 Annual Meeting

Salt Palace

Runs through • Friday

Attendance • 7,000



2013 Cosyne Conference

Salt Lake Marriott downtown

Runs through • Friday

Attendance • 350

Economic Calendar

New economic numbers to be released this week:


Standard & Poor's • Case-Shiller home price index for December


Commerce Department •Durable goods report for January

National Association of Realtors •Home sales index for January


Labor Department • Weekly jobless claims

Commerce Department • Fourth-quarter gross domestic product

Freddie Mac • Weekly mortgage rates


Commerce Department • Personal income and spending for January

Institute of Supply Management • Manufacturing index for February

Commerce Department • Construction spending for January

IPOs Planned

No scheduled IPOs this week.

Utah Events


Breakfast • The Utah Technology Council will host its "Breakfast with Legislative Leadership" with House Speaker Becky Lockhart and Senate President Wayne Niederhauser from 7:15 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. at the Salt Lake City Center Marriott hotel, 220 S. State, Salt Lake City. It will be followed by a forum where the UTC's highest-priority legislation will be discussed. The cost is $30 for UTC members and $60 for non-members. To register visit the UTC's website at http://www.utahtech.org.

Submit information about upcoming events to bizdesk@sltrib.com. Put biz calendar in the subject line

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