Mountain Money

Impact of COVID-19 on Main Street Businesses

Mar 16, 2020

Alison Kuhlow, representing the businesses on Park City's Main Street, spends time on Mountain Money speaking about Summit County's Public Health Order released on Sunday, March 15.  Many retailers remain open and are abiding by guidelines to minimize the spread of COVID-19.

Please visit the Historic Park City Alliance's website for informaiton on businesses that remain open and restaurants offering curb-side dining.

Mountain Money talks with Ginger Wicks, representing both the Park City Restaurant Association and Park City Area Lodging Association, about impacts to local businesses from COVID-19.

As of March 15, 2020, the Summit County Health Deparmtent determined that the closure of a wide variety of venues is critical to minimize further community spread. As a result, the county has prohibited all dine-in food service. Restaurants are permitted to offer take-out through curbside or drive-thru service.

Dr. Bryan Taylor, President and Cheif Economist for Global Financial Data, speaks with Mountain Money about the impacts the Spanish Flu had on the stock market in 1918 and how we can look at that data to understand the current market and impacts from COVID-19.

Will Coronavirus Impact the Markets?

Feb 24, 2020

Jason Ware, with Albion Financial, speaks with Doug Wells and Alison Kuhlow, with Mountain Money, about the potential impacts of Coronavirus on investments and the world economy. Jason discusses ways to bring down risk if these types of health emergencies become more frequent.

    Understand the power of your business’ brand as Hilary Reiter, with Redhead Marketingand PR spends time with Mountain Money, talking about her new workshops "The Essentials of Branding: It’s More than a Logo.” 

Arts Council's Pop Up Shops a Success

Feb 17, 2020

The Director of Park City Summit County Arts Council, Jocelyn Skudder, shares with Mountain Money the successes seen at their two "pop-up" shops on Main Street.

Author of Fanocracy, David Meerman Scott, speaks with Mountain Money about his new book Fanocracy: Turning Fans into Customers and Customers Into Fans.  Creating fandom is like rocket fuel for your business.

On this Segment of Mountain Money Alison Kuhlow ,executive director of the Historic Park City Alliance raps about the 2020 Sundance film festival's impact on the main street businesses.

Nick Shaxson is the author of The Finance Curse – How Global Finance is Making Us All Poorer.  The book is a searing indictment of global finance, exploring how the banking sector grew from a supporter of business to the biggest business in the world, and showing how societies might fight against financial hegemony.

Mountain Money - February 10, 2020 Bill Cakmis

Feb 10, 2020

On Today's show, Bill Cakmis, Author of  “The Craft & Art of Commanding Loyalty, Trust and Success" describes how to master the art of powerful communication for public speakers with dynamic techniques that compel audiences to listen, trust, and become loyal. A comprehensive manual revealing secrets and exercises necessary to become a successful speaker, storyteller, presenter and writer.

Tiffany Hsu is a media reporter for the business desk , focusing on advertising and marketing. The discussion in todays program is about the Super Bowl Ads and  how they fit into the larger context of modern advertising.

On todays program Doug and roger visit with Atta Tarki. Defending your business from the competition through regulations, differentiated technologies, brand recognition, and other methods is no longer a sustainable competitive advantage. In today’s fast-paced, ever-changing business environment, you must take an offensive stance to keep your competitors at bay. And this groundbreaking guide provides the inspiration, the know-how, and the tools you need to achieve it.

On this episode of Mountain Money - on our special Martin Luther King Program -Roger visits with Professor Darrick Hamilton from Ohio State.  He is the Executive Director of the Kirwin institute for the study of race and ethnicity.

 Janica Horner, owner and LeAnne Brandenburg Senior Event Manager visit with Roger and Alison about the  River Bottoms Ranch which  is a wedding event space located in Midway, just 20 minutes outside of Park City,

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties adds Red Ledges Community to their list of represented developments 

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