The Massage Advantage P.O. Box 1324, Riverton | 801-891-3192 |

Amelia Wilcox has brought the power of massage to the office place. Early last year, Wilcox, a massage therapist who has run her own practice for eight years, launched The Massage Advantage, an onsite program catering to local businesses.

“An employer [who offers] 15 minutes of stress relief shows they care and strengthens the employee’s loyalty,” says Wilcox. “For many businesses, that is an innovative idea.”

Now, less than two years after opening shop, Wilcox has built a team of therapists equipped to tackle the massage needs of companies with 2,000-plus employees. And Wilcox has no intention of slowing down. Plans for the coming year include pushing incentive programs to companies wanting to reward top employees.

Sage Displays 450 S. Simmons Way, Ste 600, Kaysville | 801-721-0098 |

Tammi Iba started Sage Displays with her husband in 2007. Since day one, they’ve created quality, large-format graphics and exhibit hardware for trade shows, conventions and seminars.

Now, Sage is looking for new ways to stand out, including a new line of exhibits to capture leads for clients, new 10-foot custom displays and a partnership with a branding and marketing company to offer even more services.

Sage also prints small projects in house, which helps clients’ bottom line. “We get to know our clients individual needs and teach them how to use and take care of their investments,” Iba says.