How you can help support Eccles School alumni small businesses

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  • While the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted businesses of all sizes and industries worldwide, our country’s small businesses have been particularly affected.

How you can help support Eccles School alumni small businesses

While the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted businesses of all sizes and industries worldwide, our country’s small businesses have been particularly affected. We’re highlighting some of our alumni-owned small businesses that could benefit from the Eccles School community support during this time.

Whether that’s buying their products or services, sharing about their company on social media or utilizing their software for your own job or company, now is the perfect time to tap into this extremely talented network.

Check out our growing list of nationwide alumni businesses that you can help support below (in alphabetical order by company name):

  1. Divine Wellness (Jessica Johnson, Business Administration and Management 2018) – Divine Wellness is a company helping to redefine the approach to healthcare to a more preventative, holistic approach. You can buy online health coaching sessions, gift cards and SUP yoga class passes today at com!
  2. Jabz Boxing Salt Lake (Megan (Breinholt) Hill, Professional Master of Business Administration 2011) – Located at 1100 South 300 West in Salt Lake City, Jabz Boxing Salt Lake is committed to creating a community of women empowered to achieve their fitness goals. It’s a 45-minute circuit workout that combines boxing exercises with cardio, strength training, plyometrics, and numerous other functional exercises used to produce maximum results for your body. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram to get the latest news and updates. Pre-sales are coming soon where they’ll be offering a killer “Premier Membership” at the cheapest price it’ll ever be!
  3. Miakomo (Scott Paul, Master of Business Administration 2010) – Miakomo is a Lehi, Utah based company that started as a rapid response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Their first product, the Aspen Air facemask, extends the life of an N95 mask 5x and is the first reusable mask that can use any filter. Buy one for yourself, your employee or frontline workers today at com. Follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.
  4. On-site Inspections (Brandi Jensen, Business Administration 2015) – On-site Inspections is a Northern Utah mobile vehicle inspection business that brings the automotive shop to you for convenient checks on used cars before you purchase. You can help support Brandi’s business by visiting onsiteinspecting.com to learn more information and book an appointment or purchase gift certificates by calling them at 385-549-6620. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter, and be sure to share about their business on your own social media!
  5. Saratoga Havoline Xpress Lube (Kerry Milne, Master of Business Administration 2004) – Saratoga Havoline Xpress Lube is opening in June 2020 located at 1457 North Exchange Drive in Saratoga Springs, Utah and specializes in emissions, brake and lube tech. Be sure to stop by if you’re in the area, and keep your eyes out for their website and social media accounts coming soon!

This year also marked the first graduating class of the Master of Business Creation (MBC) program. The class consisted of 25 founders who launched 20 companies in a wide variety of fields, ranging from fitness tech and travel gear to medical devices and telehealth. Learn more about their companies and how to support them here and check out the innovative ways they’ve pivoted business during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Are you an Eccles School alumni small business owner who could benefit from our community support during this time? Fill out the form at eccles.link/alumnismallbusiness to be featured in this blog post and on our social media!

2020-06-05T14:27:43-07:00June 5th, 2020|

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