When you walk into the Kaysville Business Resource Center, a myriad of business opportunities and connections await. Onsite partnerships wrap services around most anything a growing, successful business might need. Come see for yourself!

Davis County Chamber of Commerce

The Davis Chamber is located inside the Kaysville Business Resource Center and can be a powerful business solution. Networking opportunities, ribbon cuttings, committee work, and events are all excellent ways to engage with the Chamber and business community. Opportunities for involvement also include Legislative Affairs, Military Affairs, Women In Business, Business to Business Expo and more. 

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Utah Governor's Office of Economic Development

Year after year, Utah ranks among the top U.S. states for business and careers, personal income growth, family prosperity and quality of life. What’s Utah’s secret sauce? A winning combination of business-friendly policies, collaboration and innovation.

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Grow Utah

Grow Utah is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship across the state. Grow Utah connects startups with valuable resources through their contests, accelerators, and events to foster more startup growth in Utah.

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Military Installation Development Authority

If your business has interest in working on projects developing the use of military land, MIDA Is the place to begin. 

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Morgan Chamber of Commerce

The Morgan Area Chamber of Commerce provides vision and leadership to develop, promote and protect Morgan County businesses, tourism, and education interests; acts as a liaison between the business community and county residents by creating opportunities for businesses to connect with, support, and strengthen the community; and is politically proactive to ensure the success of the business community within Morgan County.

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Procurment Technical Assistance Center

Utah’s Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) program helps Utah small businesses to find, bid and win procurement opportunities with federal, state, and local government entities.  Through one-on-one and group counseling PTAC educates and assists Utah businesses to more effectively compete in the government marketplace.

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Small Business Administration

The SBA offers small business support through hosting the SBDC at the Kaysville Business Resource Center. The SBA connects businesses to counseling, business loans, disaster loans, federal government contracting, and more. Whether planning, launching, managing, or growing your business, the SBA can assist. 

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Small Business Development Center of Utah

There are many aspects of starting a business — from testing the market to obtaining funding. The SBDC provides one-to-one appointments with a business counselor who will connect you to your customized resources. The Kaysville Business Resource Center has on-site SBDC counselor, but regardless of where you are in Utah, the SBDC has services that can assist. 

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SCORE’s mission is to foster vibrant small business communities through mentoring and education. SCORE mentors are volunteer business experts available by phone, email, and video chat and assist business owners navigate through all stages of business. 

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Utah's Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Industry

The Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI) is a federal and state funded initiative to bring together public, private, community, industry and education partners to assure growth and sustainability of Utah’s advanced material and manufacturing industry.

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Utah Works

Advanced manufacturing companies, such as Northrop Grumman, KIHOMAC, and Janicki, are in need of qualified candidates to fill workforce demands. Through Utah Works training, an individual will complete an aggressive two-week training as a composite technician. As a composite technician, different skills including oven processes and vacuum techniques are used, as well as maintaining and repairing composite components. 

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