WEBINAR – May 13: Fighting COVID-19 with 3D Printing


As companies gear up to fight the spread of Coronavirus, innovative technologies such as 3D printing have exploded onto the scene as a means to develop personal protective equipment (PPE) for doctors and medical staff faster and more efficiently. When traditionally manufactured equipment isn't available due to supply shortages 3D printing has been getting PPE into the hands … [More]

Report Tells of COVID-19 Impact on Local Nonprofits

Gilbert and Mesa Chambers of Commerce

The Town of Gilbert, Dignity Health, and Gilbert and Mesa Chambers of Commerce teamed up to reach out to area non-profits to gain an understanding of the immediate and long term impact and need of these organizations as a result of COVID-19. The group first conducted a survey sent to more than 100 non-profits with a primary focus on those serving residents of Gilbert. A … [More]

Job Reference Platform Helps Covid-19 Jobseekers Get Free References


WorkGrades lets jobseekers request, receive and share their references for free. Created and launched by seasoned recruiters, Emily Levine and Natalie Boren, WorkGrades is already used by more than 10,000 companies to seamlessly give references to former employees. "In this environment, it is more important than ever to stand out from the crowd with your job application. We … [More]

More Than Half of U.S. Employees Worry about Exposure to COVID-19 at Workplace

Eagle Hill Consulting LLC

Fifty-four percent of U.S. employees say they are worried about exposure to COVID-19 at their job, according to a new national poll by Eagle Hill Consulting. Workers indicate that several factors would make them feel safe going back to work – the availability of protective protections like masks, gloves and hand sanitizer (58 percent); mandating employees with symptoms stay … [More]

WEBINAR – 3 dates: Survive and Thrive: Small Businesses and COVID-19

Fintrepid Solutions

As a firm, Fintrepid Solutions have become focused on a rally cry of sorts to help as many businesses as they can survive and thrive.To that end, Ryan has given numerous impactful webinars to CEO groups over the last 10 days and he is launching a new weekly webinar series, The Survive and Thrive: Small Businesses and COVID-19 Series, where he will be discussing the latest … [More]

Arizona REALTORS Announces 2021 Executive Committee Line Officers

The Arizona Association of REALTORS

Arizona REALTORS® has officially elected its executive committee line officers for the 2021 year. The leadership team is comprised of several returning line officers with decades of industry experience including President Jan Leighton, President-Elect Gary Nelson and First Vice President Eric Gibbs. Next year, Yuma real estate pro Shelley Ostrowski will join the executive … [More]

Restaurant Management Platform Launches Program to Help Restaurants Access Capital


Restaurant365, the leading all-in-one restaurant management platform, announces the launch of R365 Capital, a program designed to help restaurants quickly access the capital they need to thrive. Through this free service, restaurant operators complete one application to access loan options for up to 75 of the nation’s top lenders. Loan advisors advocate on behalf of restaurants … [More]

Arizona Medicaid Program Advances $41 Million in Provider Payments

Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System

To help health care providers address the COVID-19 emergency and ensure their ongoing viability, the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS), Arizona’s Medicaid agency, is advancing more than $41 million in scheduled payments to hospitals, primary care providers, behavioral health outpatient providers, and justice clinic providers who participate in the agency’s … [More]

Is the U.S. Doing Enough Testing? It’s Not Even Close

By Randall Bolten

No, it isn’t – not if we look at the rest of the world.  We’ve all heard that testing is a measure of how effectively a country is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.  It not only helps us identify cases for treatment, it also enables contact tracing to identify other cases and control the spread of the pandemic.  But how do we measure testing?  And which countries are doing … [More]

Fitness Co. Donates $100,000 and Hosts Test Sites at Fitness Centers

Mountainside Fitness

The state mandated closures surrounding Covid-19 have caused extreme financial hardships to big and small businesses across Arizona, and that doesn’t even compare to the hundreds of lives lost during this pandemic. Wanting to do its part both financially and responsibly, Mountainside Fitness announced the locally owned and operated company will make a $100,000 donation to … [More]