Bird Dog Produce Brings the Farm to Your Fridge

Bird Dog Produce

Now available Valley-wide, Bird Dog Produce is an innovative food delivery service based in Phoenix, AZ that completely reinvents the traditional food chain, giving customers access to the same fresher-than-grocery store fruits and veggies that restaurants and professional chefs have used for decades. Co-founded by Andy Itule, the son of a legendary local produce purveyor, … [More]

Survey: 70% of Hotels Won’t Survive without More COVID Relief

American Hotel & Lodging Association

With a resurgence of COVID-19 and renewed travel restrictions enacted in many states, a new survey of American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) members shows that the hotel industry will continue to face devastation and significant job loss without additional relief from Congress. Seven in ten hoteliers (71%) said they won’t make it another six months without further … [More]

Local First Arizona Launches the Shop Arizona Marketplace, Get Shopping Nov. 23 

Local First Arizona

Just in time for the holiday season, Local First Arizona, in partnership with local marketing firm Ideas Collide, will launch Arizona’s go-to online marketplace for discovering and shopping directly from local businesses and makers across the state. In response to a hard economic year and the need for safe, holiday shopping, the Shop Arizona Marketplace will help small … [More]

$25 Million for Medical Professionals, Additional Safety

State of Arizona Office of the Governor

At a press conference at the state Public Health Lab, Governor Doug Ducey announced a list of new actions to support hospitals and medical professionals and combat the spread of COVID-19. Arizona will invest $25 million to bolster hospital staffing in the midst of rising cases nationwide and reward frontline medical workers for their dedication. Arizona Director of Health … [More]

Customized Chevys donated to the Phoenix Police Reserve Foundation Will Help Ensure the Community Stays Safe

Rick McCartney

The Phoenix Police Reserve Foundation just received three new, customized police Chevy Tahoes and one uniquely-wrapped Chevy Camaro partially donated to the Foundation by Courtesy Chevrolet. Each of the vehicles was on full display Friday night at a recognition ceremony (video of Mayor Gallego honoring the 125 reserve police officers and their families) hosted by Phoenix Police … [More]

Sneak Peek: Phoenix Suns Trading Up New Verizon 5G Performance Center

inbusinessPHX.com

In 2012, the Phoenix Suns became the first NBA team to integrate wireless technology into their basketball operations by using tablets powered by Verizon on the team’s bench, a breakthrough collaboration at the time.   Fast-forward eight years, and the Suns and Verizon are again taking sports tech to revolutionary levels with the debut of the world-class Verizon … [More]

University of Phoenix Announces Three New Competency-Based Degree Programs, Including MBA

University of Phoenix

University of Phoenix is offering three new competency-based education (CBE) degree programs designed to provide busy professionals with relevant industry experience the opportunity to complete an advanced degree faster. The new CBE programs include a Master of Information Systems (MIS), Master of Health Administration (MHA) and a Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in … [More]

Home Delivery Pharmacy Announces Grand Opening of New Hospice Pharmacy in Arizona

DeliverCareRx

DeliverCareRx, a market leader in home delivery pharmacy services to both chronically and terminally ill hospice patients, has announced the opening of its Arizona facility located in Tempe. The new facility scheduled to open in January will provide hospice pharmacy services and home delivery to all of its Arizona hospice customers, as well as those hospice customers in the … [More]

Ducey Meets With Agency Directors to Discuss Innovations to Prioritize Public Health in Arizona

State of Arizona Office of the Governor

Governor Doug Ducey held a virtual meeting with agency directors to discuss how state agencies are innovating during the pandemic to prioritize public health and safety and continue serving Arizonans. Throughout the pandemic, agencies have adjusted by moving customer services online, implementing public health mitigation measures, enabling staff to work remotely, onboarding new … [More]

Encouraging Employers to Hire Deaf, Hard of Hearing Candidates this Winter

by Curtis Humphries

Since the COVID-19 crisis began in March, the job market in Arizona has changed dramatically. Jobs that were once staples have become rare, while others that never existed are becoming more commonplace. As we are rebuilding the job market, are we doing all that we can to provide an opportunity to some of the more vulnerable populations as potential employees. In Arizona, … [More]