Free Small Business Support Platform Launches in Tempe, Eighth U.S. City

Tempe is the eighth city in the U.S. to partner with HUUB, an Arizona-based company, which brings a free, tech-enabled small business support platform to small business and entrepreneurial communities. The Tempe Biz HUUB becomes available to qualified Tempe businesses on Oct. 26, 2022. The Tempe Biz HUUB platform will provide hundreds of free resources and valuable business … [More]

Chang Chun Arizona Breaks Ground on Manufacturing Facility in Casa Grande

Chang Chun Arizona, a leading petrochemical supplier based in Taiwan, broke ground today on its first U.S. manufacturing facility in Casa Grande, Arizona. The facility is expected to be operational in 2023 and create over 200 jobs, contributing to the rapidly growing semiconductor manufacturing industry in Arizona, as well as economic development of the greater Casa Grande … [More]

Blackstone and Dominium Partner to Bring New Affordable Housing to Phoenix

Blackstone, through its affordable housing portfolio company April Housing, and Dominium, a leading affordable housing owner, developer and manager, announced a partnership to develop the Aviara Flats community that will bring 372 new affordable housing units to Phoenix, Arizona. As part of this partnership, Blackstone will provide $48 million of tax credit equity to support … [More]

Luxury Senior Living Community to Open in Arcadia Neighborhood

Clarendale Arcadia, the latest luxury senior living community, announced today the opening of Phase I of their residences with a move in date of December 5, 2022. This first phase includes some Independent Living residences and all assisted living and memory care residences. Located close to the southeast corner of Camelback Road and 32nd Street near the historic Arcadia … [More]

Half of Retailers Fear They Will Be Forced to Slash Prices before the Holidays

Almost half of US retailers fear they will be forced to slash prices before the holidays because of the downturn in consumer spending. A poll of 500 retailers found 43 per cent have surplus goods they're desperate to offload - with fashion, homeware, baby and toddler the sectors struggling the most. 47% of merchants surveyed said the problem of excess stock is a major … [More]

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