Donor Group Provides Funds To Waive Payment Processing Fees For Arizona Gives Day, Putting More Money In Nonprofit Coffers

Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits | March 27, 2020

A group of donors has provided separate funding to the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits to waive payment processing fees normally paid by nonprofits participating in the Arizona Gives Day 24-hour online fundraising event, scheduled this year on Tuesday, April 7.  Arizona Gives Day, a collaboration with the Arizona Grantmakers Forum, is presented by First Bank. “What this means … [More]

POLICY CHANGE: Travel ID Requirement Delayed to October 2021

Arizona MVD | March 26, 2020

The October 1 deadline for the new federal TSA REAL ID rules to take effect has been delayed ONE YEAR to October 1, 2021. As a result, MVD customers should postpone plans to get the AZ Travel ID. With this delay and the need to reduce customer traffic at MVD locations, all AZ Travel ID appointments have been cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience, but the ongoing … [More]

Former Walmart Marketside Building in Gilbert to Become Ambulatory Surgery Center

Colliers International | March 25, 2020

Preview (opens in a new tab)A 15,286 square foot free-standing building formerly occupied by Walmart as their failed Marketside grocery concept has been sold for $2,525,000 and will be repurposed as a multi-specialty outpatient ambulatory surgery center.  The Gilbert property located at 838 W. Elliott Rd. was marketed and sold by Alexandra Loye and Julie Johnson of Colliers … [More]

STIMULUS: Small Business Administration Approves Loans For Arizona Businesses Affected By COVID-19

State of Arizona Office of the Governor | March 19, 2020

Today, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) approved an Economic Injury Disaster Loan declaration for Arizona that will help small businesses here in the state impacted by COVID-19. Individual businesses can be eligible for up to $2 million through the program. On Monday, March 16, 2020, Governor Ducey submitted a request to the federal government for the economic … [More]

Building Business NOW – In Business Magazine Announcement

In Business Magazine

Dear Subscribers, Partners & Followers of In Business Magazine: Re: IMMEDIATE CHANGES FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES & ACCESS We want to help! We are working very hard to be sure that we are providing important and meaningful content to our readers and followers and want to inform you of some important changes we feel will empower our efforts and help businesses and the … [More]

Mayor Gallego Declares State of Emergency in Response to COVID-19

Mayor Kate Gallego: City of Phoenix | March 17, 2020

PHOENIX- After extensive discussions with medical professionals, business leaders, and community members I am working with my fellow councilmembers and city leadership to implement a State of Emergency in the City of Phoenix in response to COVID-19. Tomorrow’s City Council meeting includes a scheduled vote on this State of Emergency Declaration. The parameters and further … [More]

Arizona Federal Credit Union renews partnership with Phoenix Rising FC as exclusive Credit Union Partner

Arizona Federal Credit Union | March 5, 2020

Locally-based financial cooperative Arizona Federal Credit Union (AZFCU) announced today its partnership renewal as the official and exclusive credit union of the Phoenix Rising Football Club. Building on a previous three-year engagement, this new agreement will extend the credit union’s relationship with the soccer club for the 2020, 2021 and 2022 seasons. With a dedicated … [More]

Global Technology Company WeTravel Expands to Scottsdale

WeTravel | February 5, 2020

WeTravel, an online platform for small travel companies to collect payments, manage bookings and pay suppliers, has announced they will create at least 100 jobs in the next three years across their new operating and sales location in Scottsdale, Ariz. “We’re very proud and excited to bring WeTravel to Scottsdale. The talent pool, the economic climate, and the business … [More]

Grand Canyon University Unveils Unique Business Innovation Center

Grand Canyon University | February 5, 2020

Grand Canyon University has opened Canyon Ventures Center, a student-centric innovation and business acceleration center that is unlike any other in Arizona. The center already has over 30 start-ups working in it, seven of which are run by GCU students. Canyon Ventures is unique among business incubator spaces in that it: offers space rent-free, including Wi-Fi, … [More]

Atari ® Announces World-Class Video Game-Themed Atari Hotels ™

Atari | January 27, 2020

Atari® — one of the world’s most iconic consumer brands and entertainment producers — today announced a deal with GSD Group — a leading innovation and strategy agency, led by founder Shelly Murphy and partner Napoleon Smith III — to acquire the rights to build video game-themed Atari Hotels in the United States, with the first location breaking ground in Phoenix, AZ later this … [More]