Golden Shovel Agency’s Matt Marshall to speak at the Utah Alliance Meeting

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

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ST. GEORGE, UTAH - The Utah Alliance for Economic Development is hosting their annual Winter Meeting. This year’s conference will be held in St. George, Utah on Tuesday, January 15th. As in years past, this meeting is designed to be in conjunction with the annual What's Up Down South Meeting.

The Utah Alliance for Economic Development is a statewide organization of economic development professionals. Their membership includes representatives from state and local government, utility companies, real estate firms, large and small scale development firms, staffing companies, law firms, and private economic development. The main goal for the organization is training, networking and making Utah a better place to work and live.

Matt Marshall, Director of Sales for Golden Shovel Agency, was asked to speak at this years Winter Meeting to help educate on how to leverage an Economic Development website and social media profiles to market communities. Golden Shovel Agency, being a leading expert for websites and social media in the online world, looks forward to sharing helpful insights with Utah.

"I have had the opportunity to discuss the current economic development climate in Utah with several economic development professionals within the state. I look forward to bringing that information forward and opening up the conversation on how to get the best results from your online presence.” said Marshall. “Golden Shovel is honored to be a part of it."

Golden Shovel Agency hopes that many Utah economic development organizations will benefit from this speaking session and realize the benefits that they can draw on from becoming part of the e-trend.

The Utah Alliance Winter Meeting will round out with other topics such as “How State Policies Affect Municipal Bonding & Economic Development”, “What’s Working and What’s Not: Hear What Rural & Urban Counties and Cities have to Say”, “Bond School”, “Why UMA Works for Manufacturing and Utah’s Economy”, and “Small Business Highlights - Best Practices”. To register for this meeting or for more information, go to

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