Popular In-Person Design Center Event Is Back On in Tempe

Fulton Homes

Arizona's largest family-owned and -operated homebuilder, Fulton Homes, has announced that Browse Nights at the Fulton Homes Design Center are back, beginning April 15. Browse Nights was created so that new and prospective buyers interested in viewing options had the opportunity to see them in a built setting with no obligation or sales pressure. The Fulton Homes Design … [More]

Arizona Association for Economic Development to Host Virtual Marketing Symposium

Arizona Association for Economic Development

“Small Investment Big Impact” will be the topic at the Arizona Association for Economic Development’s inaugural Marketing Symposium. The event will be held virtually on May 26 and 27 from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The two-day symposium will cover aspects of marketing and communications for both communities and businesses and will show how municipalities have been able to leverage … [More]

WEBINAR – Apr 20, 22, 27 and 29: Arizona Small Business Boot Camp & Collective

Arizona Commerce Authority

UPCOMING SESSIONS Please join us for the upcoming Boot Camp sessions. If you missed any sessions this week, watch here.     SESSION 140: TUESDAY - April 20 | 9:00 AM Marketing Your Authentic Brand Story Hear industry expert and CEO of Resound Creative, Mike Jones, discuss the importance of unlocking your brand story to … [More]

Arizona Chamber Names New Leader

Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry

The Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry is pleased to announce Danny Seiden as its new President and CEO. Seiden was selected today at a meeting of the board of directors, following a search that attracted candidates from around the country. “After an extensive national search which resulted in many qualified applicants, we are thrilled to have Danny join the Arizona … [More]

WEBINAR – Apr 27: Remote Working and Data Protection – A Pandemic Year in Review

Lewis Roca

Cybersecurity and data privacy lawyers John Gray, Hilary Wells, and Ed Barkel will present a one-hour webinar reviewing key legal developments and insights that have arisen in the last year with regard to cybersecurity and data privacy in remote and hybrid work environments. Topics will include: Employee privacy and productivity The use of cloud-based systems and … [More]

Mayor Celebrates Exporters at Phoenix Sister Cities Virtual Mayor’s Export Awards Luncheon

City of Phoenix

Honeywell Aerospace, Sharon Harper, Daphne’s Headcovers and Carol Colombo are the Phoenix export champions of the year. These companies and business leaders were recognized by Mayor Kate Gallego for efforts promoting global trade for the Phoenix economy. Phoenix Sister Cities Commissioner Sonya Pastor LaSota presented this year’s sixth annual awards on April 15 at the virtual … [More]

Pandemic Recycling Data Shows Big Spikes in Cardboard Boxes, Aluminum Cans, Bottles

Republic Services, Inc.

This Earth Day, April 22, Republic Services is releasing pandemic recycling data showing significant increases in the recycling of cardboard boxes, aluminum cans and plastic and glass bottles over the last year, reflecting a shift in consumer behavior to more at-home consumption. All of these high-demand materials can be put back into the circular economy through proper … [More]

U.S. Jobless Claims Fall to 576K, Lowest since Pandemic Began

U.S. Department of Labor

n the week ending April 10, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 576,000, a decrease of 193,000 from the previous week's revised level. This is the lowest level for initial claims since March 14, 2020 when it was 256,000. The previous week's level was revised up by 25,000 from 744,000 to 769,000. The 4-week moving average was 683,000, a decrease of … [More]

Arizona’s Tax Code Set to Provide $600 Million in Tax Relief for Taxpayers and Small Businesses

State of Arizona Office of the Governor

Governor Ducey signed bipartisan, unanimous tax relief, aligning the state’s tax law with federal law and resulting in $600 million in savings for Arizona taxpayers. “Arizona taxpayers and small businesses were able to weather the unprecedented economic hardship last year during the pandemic in part to action taken by our federal partners,” said Governor Ducey. “By … [More]

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