May 2019 Business Spotlights

May 2019 Business Spotlights
Posted on 04/30/2019
Carmen Valverde | Edward Jones | 8619 Highland Dr.

Carmen Valverde with Edward Jones provides comprehensive financial advice to individuals and business owners to help them achieve their financial goals by delivering personalized strategies. Valverde focuses on every stage of the wealth cycle from accumulation and preservation to distribution and legacy. “I believe that the most important thing I can do for my clients is to help them achieve a sense of financial well-being,” she said. She has worked in the financial services industry since 2000. Prior to relocating to Utah in 2014, Valverde worked in Palo Alto, Calif., as a private banker. A resident of Cottonwood Heights, she can be reached at 801-272-9300.

Carmine’s | 2477 Fort Union Blvd.

Born in Naples, Italy, Chef Carmine Delli Bovi brings from his hometown only the best recipes for authentic Neapolitan pizzas, pastas, sauces and side dishes. A culinary chef for many years, Delli Bovi and his wife, Florida, have learned the ins and outs of cooking quality dishes with authentic ingredients and an eye on top-shelf service in a warm and inviting atmosphere. As you enter, the fireplace serves as the best ambassador to let his guests know they’re going to enjoy a relaxing and cozy experience. Carmine’s restaurant in Cottonwood Heights offers full service for both lunch and dinner, catering, and a carefully selected offering of wines and Italian beverages to suit the tastes of even the most sophisticated aficionado.

Inspiro Financial Opens in CH

Please welcome Inspiro Financial to Cottonwood Heights. City officials attended a ribbon cutting for the new business on April 10. Inspiro provides mortgages loans, home lending and refinancing. Contact them at www.inspirofinancial.com.

Emergency Preparedness for Your Business

Is your business ready for a small scale to large scale disaster? What is the cost of your business not being prepared? What steps can and should you take for your business to be prepared? What are your essential business functions?

Consider this: 75 percent of companies without business continuity plans fail within three years of facing a disaster, and 40 percent to 60 percent of businesses disrupted by a disaster without a continuity plan, never reopen. Is your business continuity plan ready?

Learn more at BeReadyUtah Business.

City employees also can provide helpful resources. Contact Assistant Chief Paul Brenneman, pbrenneman@ch.utah.gov, or Assistant Emergency Manager Julie Sutch, jsutch@ch.utah.gov