Free Arts Looking for Volunteers This Summer

Free Arts

Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona is looking for volunteers to help the nonprofit this summer. Individual volunteers and corporate groups can complete projects from the comfort of their own home!  These projects include: Affirmation Cards, Magazine Clippings, Bravery Bracelets, and Art Room Maintenance. “Many people are looking for ways to give back and volunteer in … [More]

Join the Sunday Supper Club at Hearth ’61

Mountain Shadows Resort

Sunday Supper Club Welcoming Guest Chef Tandy Peterson July 18 We are thrilled to welcome Tandy Peterson as our guest chef for the evening. She traveled across the globe to work with Chef Bittor Arguinzoniz at Asador Etxebarri in Spain before making her way to the Sonoran desert. She's now creating beautiful treats through her new company, Embers Chocolate, and will … [More]

Phoenix Suns and Mercury Form Global Partnership for Newly Named Footprint Center

The Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury and Real Mallorca announced a new long-term partnership with Footprint, a material science company creating a healthier planet by reducing dependency on single- and short-term use plastics. The partnership will include naming rights and product integration, and it will exponentially amplify awareness and use of plant-based fiber alternatives to … [More]

Piper Charitable Trust COVID-19 Response Grants to Help 26 Performing Arts Organizations

Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust

Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust awarded more than $2 million (June 2021) to 26 performing arts organizations. The grants will help strengthen performing arts organizations’ re-emergence following severe disruption caused by the pandemic and provide vitally important access. Trust founder Virginia Galvin Piper believed arts and culture to be critically important for … [More]

Spec Industrial Park to Begin Construction at Mesa Gateway

Ryan Companies US, Inc., a national developer, designer, builder and property manager offering full-service commercial real estate solutions, along with joint venture partner DWS, announced today that construction will begin next month at the Confluence @ Mesa Gateway. “This project and partnership allows DWS to continue executing on its strategy to develop and own best in … [More]

Glendale Chamber Connects Business and Education Community with New Committee

Glendale Chamber of Commerce

The Glendale Chamber of Commerce announced the formation of an Education Committee specifically tasked with connecting the needs of business with the passion of the education community. Open dialog around developing skill set geared toward industry need is crucial as employers continue to struggle in their quest for a qualified work force. Uniting schools, business and the … [More]

The Challenges to Hiring Experienced Chief Marketing Officers and the Rise of Fractional CMOs

by Maury Rogow

The average tenure for CMOs fell to 40 months last year, the lowest average since 2009. Meanwhile, marketing executives are under major pressure with tightening budgets coupled with a need to improve ROI. As turnover continues to rise, businesses are scrambling to find new ways to hire experienced leadership and improve marketing and sales efforts. One approach finding … [More]

Banner Study to Evaluate Those at Risk of Decline Related to Alzheimer’s Disease

Eli Lilly and Company and Banner Alzheimer’s Institute announced a strategic research collaboration as part of the planned Phase 3, randomized, placebo-controlled study evaluating donanemab in participants at risk for cognitive and functional decline related to Alzheimer’s disease (TRAILBLAZER-ALZ 3). TRAILBLAZER-ALZ 3 will evaluate whether treatment with donanemab can slow the … [More]

Recruiting Top Talent Begins with These Key Steps

Many employers and recent college graduates don’t think colleges are adequately preparing students for employment. A Cengage survey found that a high percentage of graduates feel unqualified and that they are lacking the skills seen in job descriptions. This may explain in part why businesses are struggling to find the right talent – even as millions of people look for work … [More]

‘Kid Builders’ in Phoenix to Break Ground on State-of-the-Art Preschool

Rick McCartney

Custom hardhats on their heads and shovels in hand, approximately 25 “kid builders” are set to break ground on the new Small People Preschool 2.0 in North Central Phoenix. According to Jo Clute, principal and owner, the preschool will embrace all income levels, including those who rely on DES subsidies. Children ages 5 to 12 who currently attend the preschool, presently located … [More]

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