Looking to start your company in Salt Lake City? As one of the best cities for aspiring entrepreneurs, you’ve picked the right home for your startup. SLC has hundreds of resources to take advantage of, and we’ve picked a few to get you started.

Church & State

Church & State is a non-profit incubator that provides office spaces, desks, conference rooms and more for your startup to help it get and stay going. They also host mentoring programs and networking events.

1 Million Cups – Salt Lake

A weekly gathering of entrepreneurs from around the valley to listen to and meet other entrepreneurs as they give presentations and drink lots and lots of coffee.

World Trade Center Utah

From help in navigating foreign exports and sales to grants for your startup, the WTC Utah has it all for startups looking into international markets.

Impact Hub

Offers office space for rent and room to collaborate with other entrepreneurs in Salt Lake, as well as hosting events and conferences.

  • Website: https://hubsaltlake.com/
  • Location: 150 South State Street, #1, SLC, UT 84111
  • Cost: Membership fees are $25 a month in order to attend events (and other perks)

Sustainable Startups

An “early-stage entrepreneur incubator,” Sustainable Startups holds boot camp-like programs for entrepreneurs and their startup ideas. Entrepreneurs learn and grow their businesses together in cohorts.

Silicon Slopes

Silicon Slopes is a website that has the latest news in the tech industry in Utah, as well as detailed company profiles, investor information and more. The Silicon Slopes Tech Summit also allows entrepreneurs to network and learn from one another and invited speakers.


Another bootcamp-style organization that teaches students how to code in as fast as 12 weeks. They also offer full-time classes in coding, and provide free housing for students.

Salt Mine

A place to meet with clients, make your next big plan or have a productive afternoon, the Salt Mine is where entrepreneurs hang out.

Zions Bank Resource Center

Need help formatting a business plan, calculating financial and accounting ratios, or tailored business advice? Look no further than the Zion’s Bank Resource Center.

One-Stop Business Registration

An easy way to register your business in Utah in one place.

SPICE Kitchen Incubator

An incubator that offers events and workshops for food entrepreneurs. Spice Kitchen has a focus on refugees and disadvantaged individuals in the community in helping them kick off their own food business, providing commercial kitchen space, marketing help and more.


ThinkAtomic provides selected startups with computers, individual SWOT analyses, legal, engineering help and more.


BoomStartup is a bootcamp program for startups that helps entrepreneurs design a business model and ultimately a minimum viable product while connecting them to investors and customers on the way.

  • Website: http://boomstartup.com/
  • Location: Headquarters are in ImpactHub, 150 S. State Street, SLC, UT.
  • Cost: Startups give BoomStartup equity in their companies.

National Association of Women Business Owners

NAWBO SLC is a chapter of the national organization of female entrepreneurs. They hold meetings and events for networking with invited speakers, as well as boast partnerships and connections with many companies and organizations across the U.S. that offer discounts for NAWBO members.

BioInnovations Gateway

Focused on life-science-based startups, BiG offers research facilities, office space and funding opportunities. Partnered with the Granite School District.

 Utah Small Business Development Centers

Run with the Governor’s Office for Economic Development, this SBDV hosts events and training for startups that are just taking off and full-blown small businesses.

Women’s Business Center

A partnership between the Salt Lake Chamber and the Salt Lake Business Administration, the WBC is a nonprofit organization that provides mentorship and training in everything from business plans to registering your business in Utah.

  • Website: http://wbcutah.com/
  • Location: 175 E. University Blvd. (400 S), #600 Salt Lake City, UT 84111
  • Cost: Free!


Mentoring small business owners in the valley for over 40 years, SCORE has a network of thousands of volunteers who mentor startups on incorporation, financing, marketing and more.

Downtown Alliance

This alliance is composed of many boards and committees that advocate for small business strategy and public policy, as well as discuss local issues affecting small business downtown, such as cleanliness and safety.

Entrepreneur Launch Pad

ELP holds weekly meetings where entrepreneurs come together to present their ideas, give feedback and network through workshops, presentations and more.

Warrior Rising

Warrior Rising empowers U.S. military veterans and their immediate family members by providing them opportunities to create sustainable businesses, perpetuate the hiring of fellow American veterans, and earn their future.