T. Craig Bott, President & CEO of Grow Utah will present Mobile Ramp Business Accelerator.
RAMP is a Utah product/startup accelerator for manufacturing and materials innovators in a range of industries including outdoor recreation, medical devices, construction, energy, agriculture and more. We invite all innovators to participate who would benefit from the following:
On line industry mentoring/training 16 week Acceleration Program Prototyping Lab Capital Investment Facilitation Come learn more. Attend “Mobile RAMP” excutive briefing.
About our Presenter...
T. Craig Bott is co-founder and President and CEO of Grow Utah. He formed Grow Utah with Alan Hall as a way to give back and help Utah businesses.
Craig is an entrepreneur and small business expert. He is a published author on topics related to entrepreneurship and frequently speaks on the topic of entrepreneurial development and industry acceleration. For many years, he directed Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneurial Management consulting services and owned and operated his own successful consulting business. He has provided fundamental advice and council regarding strategy and marketing/management to hundreds of emerging and expanding businesses throughout the western United States.
Along with entrepreneur activity, Craig has also served in a variety of senior operational positions at such companies as Franklin Covey, MarketStar and the Utah Governor’s Office. He has launched and managed five of his own companies in the fields of software technology, consumer electronics, digital media, broadband services and professional services. He has helped numerous businesses raise angel and venture capital, design product and operational strategies, and implement successful marketing and sales campaigns.
Craig is also a nationally published author, and has served as an adjunct professor at Weber State and Brigham Young Universities where he received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees.
November 8, 2019 at Noon in the Healthcare & Trades Building at 757 West 800 South