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Find all information for the North Capital Partner Summit here. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Event Address:
200 North Main Street

Salt Lake City, UT 84103

*Please view the general agenda and panel schedule below. The third floor of the venue will be dedicated to one-on-one meetings throughout the entire day and for attendees to work as needed.

TIME

EVENT

9:00 AM

Doors Open

9:30 AM

Introduction and Opening Remarks

10:00 AM

Panel: TBD

10:45 AM

Networking Break

11:15 AM

Panel: TBD

12:00 PM

Lunch

1:15 AM

Panel: TBD

2:00 PM

Panel: TBD

2:45 PM

Networking Break

3:15 PM

Panel: TBD

4:00 PM

Panel: TBD

5:00 PM

Evening Reception

CARLY KNEIDINGER

NORTH CAPITAL

CHRIS KELLETT

NORTH CAPITAL

DAVID WITKOFF

NORTH CAPITAL

GRANT NELSON

NORTH CAPITAL

JAKE GALLAGHER

NORTH CAPITAL

JAMES DOWD

NORTH CAPITAL

JESSI MILLS

NORTH CAPITAL

JUSTINE MCCARTIN

NORTH CAPITAL

JUAN GARCIA

NORTH CAPITAL

LINSEY HARKNESS

NORTH CAPITAL

MICHAEL WEAVER

NORTH CAPITAL

NIKKI GILBRETH

NORTH CAPITAL

PRIYANKA SINGH

NORTH CAPITAL

QUENTIN SIEVERS

NORTH CAPITAL

ROBERT AUMA

NORTH CAPITAL

SARA BORAZAN

NORTH CAPITAL

SHAWN CROUSE

NORTH CAPITAL

SHELBY CLUFF

NORTH CAPITAL

SIGGY TOMASETTI

NORTH CAPITAL

STEPHANIE HOLT

NORTH CAPITAL

SUSAN DEESING

NORTH CAPITAL

HOTELS

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DIRECTIONS

The event will be held at the
McCune Mansion

200 North Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84103

BREAKFAST CAFES

ALCHEMY COFFEE
CAPITOL HILL

COFFEE SHOP

NOSTALGIA CAFE

COFFEE SHOP

THE ROSE ESTABLISHMENT

COFFEE SHOP

LUNCH/
DINNER

PRETTY BIRD

FRIED CHICKEN

CAFFE MOLISE

ITALIAN CUISINE

RED IGUANA

MEXICAN RESTAURANT

BARS

THE BEERHIVE

BEER & FOOD

WHITE HORSE
SPIRITS & KITCHEN

CRAFT COCKTAILS & FOOD

BTG

WINE BAR
(OFFERS ENTIRE CAFFE MOLISE MENU)

NOTE ABOUT UTAH BARS:

Liquor, wine, full-strength beer, and beer (3.2% alcohol) are available by the glass at licensed restaurants and clubs. Wine is also available by the bottle in these establishments. Beer may also be purchased in many places that have a "beer only" type license. These include taverns, beer bars, smaller restaurants or cafes, snack bars, etc.

Alcohol beverage service in a licensed restaurant requires that you order food with your drink, that your beverage be delivered to your table or counter by your server, and that you consume your drink at or near the table or counter.

Alcohol beverage service in a club does not require that you order food. Full bar service and table service are both available. Persons under the age of 21 are not allowed in the lounge or bar area of a club.

Beer service in "beer only" establishments does not require that you order food. Note, however, that persons under the age of 21 years may not be on the premises of certain "beer only" establishments such as taverns, beer bars, nightclubs, or cabarets.

ABOUT THE VENUE

The historic McCune Mansion in Salt Lake City, Utah provides an elegant and impressive setting for any social occasion or business event. The handsome and hospitable Mansion, with its state-of-the-art amenities and superior staff, is the ultimate in fine taste and gracious surrounding. The Mansion’s world-class period architecture, workmanship, and design make it an important part of Utah’s heritage at the same time that it ranks among the grandest of early 20th century homes in all America.

The building of the McCune Mansion began in 1898 and was completed at a cost of $1,000,000.00 in 1901. The McCarthey Family purchased the Mansion in 1999 and generously returned the mansion to its original architectural splendor and exemplary workmanship while faithfully preserving its historical legacy and community prominence.

Today the McCune Mansion offers a stunning and welcoming setting for weddings, anniversaries, celebrations, board meetings, retreats and other important occasions. For Salt Lake City weddings and wedding receptions, McCune Mansion is reknown for being a most spectacular and memorable wedding venue.

Early American entrepreneur and railroad tycoon Alfred W. McCune built the Mansion as his family home. Elizabeth McCune, Alfred’s wife, chose the prominent architect S.C. Dallas to design the home with the finest in furnishings, objects d’art and materials available in the United States and abroad.

When the McCune Family decided to move to Los Angeles in 1920, they donated the Mansion to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which, in turn, used it to establish the McCune School of Music.

Noteworthy interior details, shipped from around the world, include rare materials, such as Utah onyx, Nubian and Irish marble, French tapestries, South American mahogany, Russian leather, and German mirrors. The exterior was built of native Utah sandstone and the roof, covered with tiles made in the Netherlands.

Exotic woods like bird’s-eye maple, South American blond mahogany and 400-year-old English oak radiate warmth and beauty throughout.

Guests admire the gold leaf hand gilding, the exquisite murals, decorative scagliola and the detailed artwork echoing century-old brushstrokes. Today original Russian impressionist paintings accent the decor, while the glow from fireplaces and antique fixtures blends with the warmth of the magnificently carved wood to create a most gracious environment.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Carly Kneidinger

(801) 675-8721

ckneidinger@northcapital.com