FedEx Expands in Phoenix to Meet Market Demand

FedEx Freight recently celebrated the opening of a new, 218-door facility in Phoenix, Ariz., this summer. “The continued growth in the Phoenix market coupled with our expanded footprint with additional doors provides us the much-needed capacity to meet the growing demand,” Scott Doleman, regional vice president, said. Not only is this facility perfectly positioned to take … [More]

Fast-Food Mexican to Open 25th Location, New Design for Tolleson Space

The West Valley just got even more delicious with the opening of a new Federico’s Mexican Food location at 220 N 83rd Ave on the corner of 83rd Ave and Van Buren in Tolleson, AZ. Federico’s offers a great fast-food option for workers and families in the area with lunch specials, taco Tuesday deals and open 24 hours per day. Co-owned by Isidro Araiza, Ricardo Araiza and … [More]

New Funding for Bioscience Program Expansion at Maricopa County Community Colleges

Congressman Greg Stanton (AZ-9) and Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) leaders gathered at the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation (CEI) LabForce to announce the $1 million in federal Community Project Funding secured in a House Appropriations bill for bioscience program development at the Maricopa Community Colleges. In April, MCCCD submitted a proposal … [More]

Locally Owned Coffee Shop to Open 10th Valley Location, ImPRESSive

PRESS Coffee is excited to announce it will open the tenth Valley location inside 100 Mill this August. Located conveniently at 100 S. Mill Ave., with easy access to Mill Ave. and Loop 202, PRESS will join other well-known tenants including Amazon and Deloitte but be the sole coffee provider in the building. The 822-square-foot space will feature the well-known PRESS layout … [More]

City of Phoenix Invites Businesses to Partner with a Principal

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Business and community leaders will be on their way back to school for the Partner with a Principal program. During the weeks of Sept. 19 through Oct. 14, local corporate executives and community leaders will work alongside Phoenix public, charter and private school principals to actively … [More]

Phoenix-Based Marketing Tech Co. Announces Partnership with Equity Firm

Prisma announced today it has entered into a strategic partnership with Austin-based CenterGate Capital. CenterGate Capital has a track record of partnering with profitable companies poised for explosive growth. Last year, Prisma acquired two Nashville-based print manufacturing companies creating what is now known as Prisma Nashville. The Nashville operation will move into a … [More]

Arizona Restaurant Association Hosts Popular 10-Day Culinary Extravaganza

Autumn in the Valley of the Sun means two things — it’s still hot and Fall Arizona Restaurant Week (ARW) is back! The Arizona Restaurant Association (ARA) is pleased to announce its bi-annual 10-day culinary event, offered at participating dining establishments around the state, takes place Friday, Sept. 16  through Sunday, Sept. 25. “Our Arizona Restaurant Week events are a … [More]

Law Firm Bolsters Depth of Health Care Group with New Counsel

Spencer Fane LLP is pleased to announce Beth Nillen has joined the Health Care Practice Group as an of counsel attorney in the firm’s Phoenix office. Most recently in her legal career, Nillen founded a solo private practice that became a unique one-stop shop for health care clients to handle all legal matters related to operations. She has more than 15 years of experience … [More]

Overcoming Lack of Support Contacting the Right Person and Other Ideas

by Susanne Tedrick

No single person, no matter how intelligent or experienced, can understand everything there is to know about a given job. Questions will come up, and when they do, the individual — whether a software developer, project manager, sales engineer or any other title — needs to have a handle on the specific support that is needed, and how to ask for it. With more people working … [More]

New Details Emerge about How AZ Businesses Can Win Fed Infrastructure Funds

by Alexis Glascock

New details have emerged regarding how small businesses might be able to win some of the federal dollars flowing to the State of Arizona as part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The bill, signed into law by President Biden in November of 2021, allocates funds to states and businesses by means of grants and specialized programs. Both delivery methods have direct … [More]

In Business Dailies

Sign up for a complimentary year of In Business Dailies with a bonus Digital Subscription of In Business Magazine delivered to your inbox each month!

  • Get the day’s Top Stories
  • Relevant In-depth Articles
  • Daily Offers
  • Coming Events