SUMMIT – May 11: 2023 Cybersecurity Summit

Arizona Commerce Authority

UPCOMING EVENTS The SBIR training program is a series of webinars that provide entrepreneurs, small business owners, and startups with local resources and mentors to apply for funding through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) or Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. 2023 Cybersecurity Summit 05/11/2023 | 10:45 AM … [More]

Phoenix Council Approves $150,000 in Grant Money to Assist in the Rehabilitation of a Historic Motel

The Phoenix City Council approved a $150,000 grant to rehabilitate a portion of the 63-year-old “City Center Motel" in the heart of downtown. The restoration of the historically designated main building is part of a larger project to build a new multi-story high-tech hotel. The main building at 600 W. Van Buren Street, is a rare remaining example of “Googie-style" roadside … [More]

SVB Collapse Impacts Arizona Entrepreneurs

by Justin Bayless

The recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) created major buzz and worry in the eyes of many entrepreneurs. It was one of the largest bank failures since the Great Recession, and Silicon Valley Bank was the bank of choice for many venture capitalists and startups. The bank, which had significant relationships with venture-backed companies and had a strong reputation for … [More]

Mega Sports Park Changes Name after Bell Bank Pulls Out of Naming Agreement

Bell Bank Park has changed its name to Legacy Park: Arizona’s Premiere Sports & Entertainment Complex. Bell Bank has announced that is has pulled out of its agreement deal with the sports park that is owned by Legacy Cares Inc., and run by its property management company Legacy Sports USA,. Bell Bank says it is due to various defaults under the naming rights agreement, … [More]

Experts Reveal the Top Seven Ways to Avoid and Fight Burnout

Nowadays mental health in the workplace is one of the most talked about topics, with stress, anxiety and tiredness being the center of the debate. In fact, whether you work for a company or as a freelancer, it’s very likely that there will be moments in your work life that will be overwhelming and tiring to the point of reaching a point of so-called “burnout”. Experts from … [More]

Small Business Optimism Declines Slightly in March, Says Report

NFIB’s Small Business Optimism Index decreased 0.8 points in March to 90.1, marking the 15th consecutive month below the 49-year average of 98. Twenty-four percent of owners reported inflation as their single most important business problem, down four points from last month. Small business owners expecting better business conditions over the next six months remain at a net … [More]

Fox Restaurant Concepts to Bring Three Popular Brands to Trailblazing Multi-Phased Tempe Development

Novus Place, the new main street entertainment district in the latest phase of the Novus Innovation Corridor, adjacent to Arizona State University’s Tempe campus, is cooking up great things with Fox Restaurant Concepts as its new anchor tenant. FRC will bring three popular concepts – Flower Child, Blanco Taco Cocina + Cantina, and North Italia – to the entertainment district in … [More]

Balancing Marketing Priorities during a Slow Economy

by Jordan Buning

The one nugget of information contained in Squarespace’s most recent 30-second Super Bowl advertisement is that Squarespace is a website that makes websites. For anyone who wasn’t already aware of the $3 billion company, that’s an expensive but useful bit of top-of-the-funnel marketing. The rest of us could be heard screaming at our televisions in unison: “That ad … in this … [More]

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