Phoenix Symphony Appoints New President & CEO

The Phoenix Symphony Board of Directors has selected orchestra veteran Peter Kjome, who recently led one of the country’s top orchestras, after a national search to serve as the organization’s new President and CEO. Kjome succeeds Suzanne Wilson, who led The Phoenix Symphony from 2020-2022. She stepped down from her position to relocate to London, England for a unique … [More]

City of Chandler’s Data Center Ordinance Now in Effect

The City of Chandler has joined a small list of cities across the nation to adopt a zoning code amendment to define the location and operation of data centers. The approved amendment includes the following provisions: Establishes a new section of the zoning code (Chapter 35, Section 2214) specifically to address data centers Clarifies data centers as a primary use … [More]

Arizona Film Industry Continues to Grow with Launch of New Production Co.

Award-winning commercial real estate and land consultant, Anita Verma-Lallian announced the creation of Camelback Productions, Arizona’s first female- and South Asian-owned film production and entertainment company. It is also the first company of its kind with a focus on South Asian storytelling. The announcement follows Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s $125 million film tax … [More]

Arizonans Wagered More Than $618M in October Sports Betting

Arizonans wagered over $618 million in October of 2022, according to a new report by the Arizona Department of Gaming. This represents a 27.3% increase when compared to October of 2021. “It is clear Arizona’s sports betting industry continues to grow, with over $132 million more dollars wagered in October of 2022 when compared to the same month of 2021,” said Ted Vogt, … [More]

3D-Printed Homes Going Up in Casa Grande

Century Communities, Inc. , a top 10 national homebuilder and industry leader in online sales, revealed that its Century Complete brand launched the company's first community of 3D-printed homes—infusing signature floor plans with smooth interior and exterior concrete composite walls that offer durability, sustainability, and noise reduction in a stylish yet traditional … [More]

Luxury Multifamily Community Is Buckeye’s First New Apartment Community in 10 Years

Thompson Thrift, a full-service nationally recognized real estate company and one of the nation's leading multifamily developers, announced today the development of The Maddox, a 252-unit, Class A multifamily community in the Phoenix suburb of Buckeye. Thompson Thrift plans to begin construction this month and welcome new residents beginning in late … [More]

How Much Is Tech Actually Costing You? Understanding the True Cost of Ownership

Many companies use the latest technology to be as efficient and competitive as possible, but research indicates a good number of them may be wasting money on tech. One study by Gartner, a global research and advisory firm, found that companies spend $13,000 per employee annually on software as a service (SaaS), but $4,000 is unnecessary due to overlapping solutions. Ben … [More]

5 Noteworthy Employment Trends For 2023

As we enter 2023, changing employment trends have emerged that are already impacting countless employees and job seekers. Here are 5 specific developments that Allison & Taylor Reference & Background Checking anticipates for 2023: Given a projected tight labor market, employees are in a strong position vis a vis their compensation, benefits, and workplace … [More]

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