September, 2014

Miller Family Business Strives for Higher Community Purpose

September 30th, 2014

In Utah, the Miller family label indicates confidence. Because it means the business entity that you’re encountering is part of a beloved, honored empire. From movie theaters, to automotive dealerships, to professional sports franchises, the name serves as a[...]

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Industrial Fastener Distributor Finds Bank with Nuts-and-Bolts-Level Understanding

September 26th, 2014

“Faith” isn’t a frequently used word in business conversations. Nor is it considered a reliable strategy. But for some organizations, it was the very thing that kept them afloat during the recent great recession. Such was the case for THB. The company’[...]

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Family-Owned Means Business is Always Personal

September 25th, 2014

Perhaps the reason that family-owned businesses are so compelling is that they consist of personal traditions that someone chooses to share with the public. And running a family business becomes that much greater of a responsibility—because success means[...]

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Golf Resort and its Bank Leverage “It-Factor” to Grow Business

September 23rd, 2014

Financial professionals are trained to evaluate known success indicators, such as prior project ROIs, consumer demands, and economic outlooks. And when lenders abandon these proven methods, the potential for a widespread downturn is heightened. But as [...]

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Safeguarding Against Check Fraud Is More Important For Businesses Than Ever

September 19th, 2014

Although business processes are becoming increasingly automated, underneath every transaction there’s still an interaction between at least two people. And because we’re all trying to work as quickly and efficiently as possible, establishing trust with [...]

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