Talk about bright futures. These 10 startups are flipping the switch hard and fast. Get ready to bask in the glow of their youthful good looks.
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Utah is ranked No. 1 in the nation for volunteerism by nationalservice.gov. And it’s not just individuals who are racking up hours of goodness.
By Ansalee Morrison + Briana Stewart Pivot. Reinvent. Innovate. During the onset of Covid-19 and the subsequent economic downturn, these business
By Briana Stewart Photography by Dave Blackhurst Let’s face it. It’s been a year. (And we’re only halfway through, kids.) But this crew —
“I exude optimism — but I’m thoughtful and intentional about that energy.” Crumbl Cookies • Orem • VP of Marketing • Age 27 Britnee
“My path has been a fascinating journey — and this is just the beginning.” Nu Skin • Provo • Director of Corporate Responsibility and
“When I encounter a problem, I turn into a white board. I map it out and visualize it holistically.” Alpha Secondary Fund with Mercato Partners
“There is such power in digital communities. I always want to leverage that power for good.” BYU • Provo • Media Relations • Age 37 Jon
“If you want something, write it down. Draw it out. Make it visual.” Sarah Tyau • Provo • Founder • Age 36 Sarah Tyau has been living that
“I really try to show care for others in all that I do.” Utah Valley University • Orem • Associate Vice President • Age 38 Dr. Andrew Stone
Lulu and Roo • American Fork • Founder + CEO • Age 35 Sydni Sorensen knows wear it’s at. As a mother, she understood the desire for stylish
“I am naive enough to think I can make a difference and resilient enough not to quit.” Wink Naturals • Pleasant Grove • Founder + CEO •
“I work to get what I want — and I won’t rest until I get there.” Afa Ah Loo LLC • Founder + Fashion Designer • Orem • Age 34 Afa Ah
“Don’t forget why you started. Look for allies and be creative.” Provo City Council • Councilmember • Provo • Age 31 Shannon Ellsworth
Twenty years ago, BlenderBottle’s first shaker cup was introduced. It was a product we didn’t know we needed — but now we can’t drink without