Arizona Association for Economic Development’s Mentorship Pilot Program Launches

Arizona Association for Economic Development

The Arizona Association for Economic Development (AAED) has recently launched the organization’s first mentorship program. The year-long program, aimed at supporting early-career economic development professionals, has paired five young professionals with five experienced Economic Development practitioners from around the state. The mentorship pilot program is the first … [More]

Trainual Founder & CEO Named an Entrepreneur Of The Year 2021

Ernst & Young

Ernst & Young LLP announced that Founder and CEO, Chris Ronzio of Trainual was named an Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2021 Mountain Desert Region Award winner. The Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards program is one of the preeminent competitive awards for entrepreneurs and leaders of high-growth companies. The award recognizes those who are unstoppable entrepreneurial leaders, … [More]

KOAM Chooses Phoenix for First West Coast Facility


KOAM, a total logistics solution company for automotive OEMs, has opened its first west coast facility in Phoenix, the company announced today. The veteran- and minority-owned business’ relationship with LUCID Motors and the recent manufacturing expansions of other electric vehicle companies such as Nikola, ElectraMeccanica and Atlis made Greater Phoenix the ideal strategic … [More]

New Yoga, Coffee and Local Art Concept Opens in Scottsdale

Blue Buddha Collective

Blue Buddha Collective, a family-owned yoga studio and espresso bar, is set to open on August 7, 2021 located at 423 N. Scottsdale Rd. The new concept aims to become Scottsdale’s go-to for yoga, espresso and local art. This retreat is perfect for health and wellness enthusiasts looking to connect on the mat, and over a cup of coffee. Blue Buddha Yoga will offer eco-friendly, … [More]

City of Phoenix Provides Millions in Rental Assistance, Ramps Up Efforts to Get Additional Funds to Residents More Quickly

City of Phoenix

Human Services It's a story playing out in homes across our community.  Five months into the COVID-19 pandemic, a Phoenix woman lost her job.  Finding a new job was challenging.  With five kids at home, all trying to do remote learning since their schools were closed made it even more difficult.  After several months, the unemployment benefits were not enough to cover … [More]

What the Hybrid Workplace Means for the Future of Hiring

by Nick Iovacchini

Right now, there are two critical things currently happening in many workspaces that could shape businesses for years to come. The first is that hybrid work is becoming the new normal. People are slowly streaming back into the office thanks to the COVID vaccine, but many are still working from home, either for logistical or health reasons. Thus, a combination of working from … [More]

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