PAST EVENT: “Unwind” With UIBC/Vest Pocket after work on Thursday, July 25th

Unwind with your friends at the Utah Independent Business Coalition (UIBC) on Thursday, July 25th.

“Unwind” is a casual monthly meet-up, and an opportunity for local business owners to socialize and relax at the end of the workday. Unlike our educational events, Unwind is always free to attend and is open to anyone 21 and over. No need to register. Feel free to drop by for a drink and some good conversation with like-minded entrepreneurs and local, independent business owners.

Join us for “Unwind”, Thursday, July 25th, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at The Ruin (1215 Wilmington, SLC). We’d love to see you there.

Utah Independent Business Coalition (UIBC) has a few openings on our board of directors!

Do you love helping local, independent businesses? Utah Independent Business Coalition (formerly Vest Pocket) has select positions to fill on our board of directors. UIBC has a long tradition of providing valuable advocacy, education, mentoring, and social events for the independent business community.

Multiple board positions will be filled this year, and people with finance/accounting, event planning, advocacy, communications, fundraising, and management/administrative skills would help round out the current board members’ diverse backgrounds and skill sets. See who’s on our board.

UIBC Board member candidates should have a passion for local, independent businesses and be familiar with the challenges of running a small business. The UIBC board is a working board – board members are expected to attend monthly board meetings (the first Tuesday morning of each month) and serve on at least one committee (advocacy, education, communications or membership), with a monthly time commitment of approximately 8 hours per month.

Interviews with prospective board members will be conducted in August and persons elected to the board would begin service in October 2019.  To find out more, or to nominate yourself or someone else, please contact board president Doug Burton.


Doug Burton, Board President