SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Utah companies have five days remaining to register and submit their business questions for interaction with New York Times small business editor Loren Feldman and lead You're The Boss columnist Jay Goltz at the Utah Technology Council's (UTC) ( www.utahtech.org) Small Business Summit, March 6, 2013. Registrants are invited to submit their business description and key questions to Feldman and Goltz in advance. The summit will include presentations from Feldman and Goltz, vignette discussions from the submitted materials, and will conclude with an audience Q&A. The UTC is hosting the Small Business Summit in conjunction with Grow America ( www.growam.com) on Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at the Salt Lake Community College Miller Campus in the Miller Free Enterprise Center auditorium. The summit will run 3-5 p.m. Cost is $10 for UTC members and $30 for non-UTC members. To register, visit: http://bit.ly/12soIHF. Feldman and Goltz will discuss their New York Times coverage for small businesses. They will also provide examples of the topics and stories they write. Goltz will talk about his 30 years of trial-and-error experience as a business owner and will share the lessons he has learned. The editors will also retain all submitted company materials as ideas for potential articles. " Utah businesses need to understand how to speak to a national audience," said Richard R. Nelson, president and CEO of the UTC. "The Small Business Summit gives Utah executives a great opportunity to learn what it takes to garner national media attention. The event will provide invaluable insight to attendees looking to broaden their companies' reach and facilitate a conversation to a national, maybe even a global, audience." Presenter Information:
Loren Feldman – Feldman is the small business editor for the New York Times.
Jay Goltz – Goltz is a long-time small business owner who writes the Thinking Entrepreneur column for New York Times' You're The Boss blog.
For more information on UTC or becoming a UTC member, please contact our Member Services Director Devin Spann at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-568-3500. About the Utah Technology CouncilUtah's premier professional association, the Utah Technology Council has grown 13 percent a year for the past ten years becoming the essential business resource for high tech, clean tech and life science companies seeking to achieve greater success. At its core, UTC exists to foster the GROWTH of the state's 5,500-plus technology companies, ensure Utah develops the highest QUALITY WORKFORCE in the nation and attract an ever-increasing array of FUNDING. Members join UTC to share insights with industry peers, counsel with government and academic leaders, and receive help from professional service providers and funding resources. For information on how you can take advantage of The Value of the UTC Network by becoming a member, please contact our Member Services Director Devin Spann at email@example.com or call 801-568-3500. About Grow AmericaGrow America is a national and international company with a mission to create jobs and lift local economies. Founded by UTC Chairman Alan E. Hall, Grow America aligns the partners, mentors and capital that entrepreneurs need to create and grow tomorrow's successful companies. UTC PR Contact: Judy Young, Executive DirectorT) 801 568-3500 firstname.lastname@example.org PR Agency Contact: Cheryl Snapp ConnerManaging Partner, Snapp Conner PRP-801 994-9625C-801 376-2158 email@example.com SOURCE Utah Technology Council