SBA Research Reports Great Increase in Small Business Exporters

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) released new findings from a commissioned study on the Total Addressable Market (TAM) of small business exporters in America.  Among the key findings from the study is new data, based on recent business surveys, that places the number of exporting small businesses at 1.3 million – an almost fivefold increase over the estimates … [More]

Falcon Field Lands a New Fuel Provider, Expanding Opportunity for Cunningham Aviation

As Mesa's Falcon Field Airport quickly expands, so does the high demand for fuel and other aviation services.  "We're really excited to be the new Full Service FBO on the field," said George and Nikki Cunningham, founders of Cunningham Aviation, a new Fixed Base Operator at the airport. The Cunningham's are proud Mesa, AZ natives and have been regular customers … [More]

On Pi Day, MOD Pizza Introduces New Handheld Pizza Option – The Pocket Pie

MOD Super-Fast Pizza, the people-first, purpose-led fast casual pizza brand, announced its latest menu innovation, the Pocket Pie. The new craveable creation is MOD’s first handheld, on-the-go entrée offering. Valley MOD locations are debuting three delicious Pocket Pies – Italiano, Chicken Bacon Ranch and Four Cheese – each individually sized, oven-fired and packed with … [More]

AOT Celebrates March as Arizona Wine Month with New Campaign

March has been officially proclaimed Arizona Wine Month by Governor Hobbs and the Arizona Office of Tourism has launched a new campaign to increase awareness among residents and visitors of Arizona’s award-winning wines, winemakers and wine regions. The campaign uses social media posts, digital advertising and billboards to deliver a glimpse into the personal process of … [More]

Multi-Year Tuition Proposals Announced for Arizona’s Public Universities

Presidents of Arizona’s three public universities released their proposed six-year maximum growth rates for resident tuition, academic fees, and meal and housing plans today. Earlier this year, the board approved a new multi-year tuition structure to increase cost predictability for resident students at Arizona’s public universities, including setting maximum tuition growth … [More]

CPI Rises 6% in February as Shelter Increases, Inflation Falls as Expected

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) rose 0.4 percent in February on a seasonally adjusted basis, after increasing 0.5 percent in January, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Over the last 12 months, the all items index increased 6.0 percent before seasonal adjustment. The index for shelter was the largest contributor to the monthly all … [More]

WEBINAR – Mar. 28: Use S.M.O.G. Strategies to Get a Clearer View of Your Business

Arizona Commerce Authority

UPCOMING SESSIONS Join us for the upcoming Small Business Boot Camp virtual webinars and monthly workshops. If you've missed past sessions, watch here. Use S.M.O.G. Strategies to Get a Clearer View of Your Business 03/28/2023 | 9:00 AM Develop distinct sales, marketing, operations, and growth strategies for business success. REGISTER NOW … [More]

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