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SLCC hosts 1st Annual Crowdfunding Conference

The Utah Small Business Development Centers network is holding its first annual Crowdfunding Conference as one of its Salt Lake Region’s SBDC “Meet the Money” events April 30, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Salt Lake Community College’s Larry H. Miller Campus conference center.

The day will begin with the keynote address from Richard Swart, a crowdfunding research scholar at University of California at Berkeley’s Institute for Social and Business Innovation within the Haas School of Business. RocketHub co-founder and CEO Brian Meece will speak at noon.

Panel discussion titles are: “Creating the Necessary Prelaunch Hype”; “Creating an Incredible Message and Video”; and “Reward Structure and Post-Campaign Follow-up.”

To register visit, or for more information call 801-957-5200 or visit Cost to attend is $10 through April 26 and $15 thereafter and at the door.

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Artist: Emily Engh  Title: Demons Date: March 2019 Medium: Airbrush on board Frame size: 27 3/4 x 19 3/4 x 0 7/8 in. Last known location: 254 Student Center, Taylorsville Redwood Campus