Six of Utah's most renowned business pioneers will share their success stories and provide professional advice as part of the six-week "Utah's Greatest Entrepreneur Lecture Series."
Each session of the series will start at 7 p.m. Wednesdays and will run from July 10 through Aug. 21 (except July 24) at the Utah Valley Community College.Scheduled lecturers include:
July 10: Joe Cannon, CEO and chairman of the board of Geneva Steel.
July 17: Howard Ruff, editor of Ruff Times and founder of the Jefferson Institute.
July 31: Alan Ashton, co-founder and president of WordPerfect Corp.
Aug. 7: Sidney Horman, president of Horman Investment and Construction Companies and a longtime leader in the world of real estate and land developing.
Aug. 14: David Nemelka, successful self-employed expert in mergers and acquisitions, specializing in raising capital for small businesses
Aug. 21: Larry H. Miller, owner of 16 car dealerships, the Salt Lake Golden Eagles and the Utah Jazz.
Cost of the six-week seminar is $195 per person. Students and groups of five or more can attend at a discount rate of $150 per person. Seating is first come, first served.
For registration information, contact David Salmons or Richard Nelson at 375-8853, 209 N. 400 West, Provo, UT 84601.