Former Franklin Covey CEO Hyrum Smith gave a great presentation today at the Big Business Show in Orem. He discussed the Reality Model that is taught by his new company, the Galileo Initiative. Very empowering stuff.
Provo Labs, our Web 2.0 Internet Business Incubator, has its first booth with several portfolio companies represented, including FundingUniverse.com (matching service for angel investors and entrepreneurs), LDS Media (search engine for LDS content), Blastyx (online video), Big Idea (corporate blogging, podcasting and vidcasting services), DevUtah (a group we sponsor and endorse, but don’t own — they host Geek dinners regularly), and WebEvident (an SEO company for small and medium sized businesses.) I think I’m missing one or two.
Come by and see us tomorrow. (I may not be there because of the BYU Family History Technology Conference, plus I get to do a 10-minute spotlight on Provo Labs at the UVEF monthly luncheon.) LDS Media is giving away two free LDS songs for all new customers of LDSAudio.com and Blastyx has a $1,000 off show special for video production and online distribution — a great way to get noticed in today’s crowded web arena.