Mountain Money

Renai and guest co-host Roger Goldman speak with Dr. Phil Davidson, talking about Coracoid Solutions, a medical device company focused on sports medicine. 

Today on Mountain Money Renai and guest co-host Roger Goldman visit with Ian Bremmer, author of, Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism.

Today we speak with Natalie Gochnour, associate dean of the David Eccles School of Business and director of the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah, about the 12th annual Utah Economic Summit held on April 27. Mark Knold, supervising economist and lead researcher on a study of Utah's core IT sector, tells us what it means for growth in the state's IT industry.

McKenzie Rockwood is the owner of Citrus Pear.  Renai and guest co-host Roger Goldman discover that each month, Citrus Pear offers classes with rotating menus you prepare yourself and take home.

Renai and Roger visit with John and Sandra Platt, owners of Midway Mercantile, a new restaurant in Midway located at 99 East Main St.

Renai and Guest co-host Roger Goldman get first quarter Park City home sales numbers from Todd Anderson, President of the Park City Board of Realtors and President Elect Sheila Hall.

Mountain Money - April 16, 2018

Apr 16, 2018

We kick off the hour with Charlan Nemeth, author of In Defense of Troublemakers: The Power of Dissent in Life and Business. Next up is Micah Goddard, who has opened the Red Slower Studios, Park City's only blown glass studio. The final guest is Bill Humbert, author Employee 5.0: Secrets of a Successful Job Search in the New World Order

Mountain Money - April 9, 2018

Apr 9, 2018

Today on Money Renai and guest Co-host Roger Goldman   visit with Kathy Palokoff who has written the book, FiIrestarters, how innovators, instigators, and Initiators can inspire you to ignite you own life. Then, they visit with Andy Fletcher, Director of Owned Brands at Back Country to find out what’s new there.  The final guest on the program is Katy Holyfield from Lucky Ones Coffee in the Park City Library. 

Mountain Money - April 2, 2018

Apr 2, 2018

First up, Michael Bush discusses his new book, A Great Place to Work for All. Next, Karleen Reilly, owner of the Uptown Fare Cafe, talks about closing down the restaurant after years in Park City. The final guest is Kathleen Barlow, president of the Park City Women’s Business Network.

Today on Mountain Money, Renai and Doug visit with Brian Wayling, Associate Vice President of TeleHealth services for Intermountain Healthcare.  Then, they speak with James Worthington the CEO of Kneaders Bakery and Café. The last guest is Jax Mariash the owner of a new coffee shop in Park City – Stoked Coffee. 

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