From our office in Salt Lake City to the furthest reaches of Cache Valley and Uintah County, the Women’s Business Center of Utah’s Northern Office serves business owners across the Northern half of the state. We offer free one-on-one business advising, free group trainings, and to help you grow as a business owner.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities to attend our trainings will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Brigetta, firstname.lastname@example.org
Counties served: Box Elder, Cache, Daggett, Davis, Duchesne, Juab, Morgan, Rich, Salt Lake, Summit, Tooele, Uintah, Utah, Wastach & Weber.
Meet Your Business Advisors
Pulling from their own experience, our business advisors can help seasoned and aspiring women business owners alike. To get started, create a client profile and then request a session.
Efi comes from a family of entrepreneurship. Ever since she was young she helped her family in their restaurants. She also managed her own clientele while renting two stations in a booth rental salon being booked out 3 weeks at any given time. She has experience in quick service operations, and the service industry in general. She understands the pains growth quickly can have on a business and team and wants to help business owners build a strong foundation. She is fluent in English, Greek and Spanish. So if you need to have a consultation in those languages, she is your person.
Creative expert and published author Leisa Wallace joins WBCutah as a consultant. As an experienced author and business owner, Leisa specializes in helping other creatives hone their skills into a profitable business. Including, branding, advertising, social media marketing, and website design for the DIYer.
Talia can support emerging entrepreneurs through the ideation process as they develop a customer-focused product or service. Help established small businesses pivot to create new marketing strategies. Work with all businesses to connect them to COVID relief programs and local resources. Coach business owners to develop business plan frameworks to serve as a roadmap that gives direction to the business.
Kait moved to Salt Lake City in 2015. She is a SLCC Alumni and Serial Entrepreneur. Having written over 1,000 business plans, Kait specializes in startups, business strategy, and organic marketing techniques. After being laid off from a startup in 2017, she started her first freelance writing business while attending SLCC. She is infinitely inspired by her grandmother and grandfather who currently run their own Fine Arts company, touring the south-eastern United States art show circuit.
Join a group of women just like you and better your businesses together. We are now offering some in-person classes.