Tempe Chamber Turns 110 Years Old!

Tempe Chamber of Commerce | June 13, 2018

The Tempe Chamber of Commerce is celebrating 110 years of service to Tempe’s business community. The organization began as the Board of Trade in 1893 and expanded to become the Tempe Chamber of Commerce in 1908. “Our goal is to be here for another 110 years and provide the advocacy, resources and support for Tempe… [More]

B2B CFO Named to Forbes Small Giants of 2018

B2B CFO | June 8, 2018

B2B CFO®, the nation’s largest firm dedicated to serving privately held companies with CFO consulting and business transition services, has been named to the 2018 Forbes’ Small Giants List. B2B CFO is one of only 25 companies in the United States to receive this award. The winners were selected for demonstrating longevity, scalable profitability and excellence in business practices.… [More]

Equality Health Named Business of the Year by the Greater Phoenix Chamber

Equality Health | June 4, 2018

Close on the heels of winning the Greater Phoenix Chamber’s Impact Innovator award, Equality Health, the Arizona-based organization pioneering healthcare delivery to underserved and diverse populations, has also just been named Business of the Year by the chamber in the small-to-medium business category. “On behalf of everyone in the Equality Health family, from our passionately… [More]

Power CEOs

by RaeAnne Marsh

Some companies are woven through so much of the fabric of our business community that their impact extends far beyond their individual sector. A handful of such companies here have recently made changes in their top leadership with people newly calling Phoenix home. In Business Magazine, working with Greater Phoenix Leadership CEO Neil Giuliano, explored… [More]

Tom Forese, Arizona Corporation Commission

from Tom Forese

Fresh eyes bring new perspective. That’s always a good thing, especially when those fresh eyes come out of the C suite of some of our community’s best businesses. Whether the result is affirmation of the direction business is already following or charting new paths, The Valley, and Arizona overall, enjoys the expertise of the leadership… [More]

Mobile Billing: Growing Opportunity

by Mia Papanicolaou

There was a time, not so long ago, when the best and most effective way of sending a bill to a customer was to deliver it to them by mail. In a world where mobile devices are almost ubiquitous and in constant use, that should no longer the be case.  Done effectively, mobile billing —… [More]

Snaring the Right Web Designer

by Drew Barton

The Web designer you ultimately choose will play a critical role in the digital success of your business, which is why you need to be able to ask the right questions and identify obvious red flags during the interview process. Recognizing and avoiding red flags can be the key to protecting yourself against a bad… [More]

The New Tax Law 

by Richard Tollefson and Michal Tyra

The recent overhaul to our nation’s tax code has many of our clients expressing confusion and concern about how these changes will affect their fundraising efforts. Using the analysis provided in a recent whitepaper by Robert Sharpe of The Sharpe Group, and The Phoenix Philanthropy Group’s own perspective, we hope to combat misinformation and provide… [More]

Miracle Mile Deli: All in the Family

by Kassidy McDonald 

It’s rare to find a family-owned and -operated restaurant that has been around as long as Miracle Mile Deli. For 69 years, the Garcias have navigated the unique challenges that come with running a family-owned business, such as staying relevant and active within each new generation.  Josh Garcia, vice-president of Miracle Mile Deli, works to… [More]

Women in Business Can Thank H.R. 5050

by Joy Lutes 

Thirty years ago, some U.S. states had laws that precluded women from obtaining a business loan without a male relative to cosign for them — even if that male were an underage son.  The National Women’s Business Council, which does research into the women’s business ecosystem, and the Women’s Business Centers, managed by the U.S.… [More]