All posts by Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce supports business growth and drives economic development in the region by helping members stay connected and prosperous, growing the economy through Phoenix Forward, our collaborative economic development partnership, and advocating for pro-business policies.

Gearing up for the golden years: Four tips to help small business owners plan for retirement

Most small business owners are thinking ahead and saving for the future. Here are areas of key focus when preparing...

The myth of the Phoenix summertime slow down

Despite conventional wisdom holding otherwise, a closer look at recent activity and reports shows great things happening in Arizona during...

Arizona economy, jobs continue on upward trajectory

Economic and job creation reports released to coincide with the start of the new fiscal year July 1 show Arizona...

2 years of Phoenix Forward: 2,000 business visits, 5 workforce collaboratives, 1 region

Not only are we enhancing the traditional route to growing the economy, but we have built and uncovered several additional...

ASU’s 30,000 national champions

In addition to women's golf, ASU President Michael Crow shared news of a different sort of national championship won by...

Partners in building the Greater Phoenix regional brand

It's Economic Development Week! Let's highlight successes of these professionals in Arizona and look forward to what's next.

Growing together: Mayor Stanton’s 2017 State of the City

Through these collaborative efforts, we promote regional prosperity, serving as catalysts for economic vitality, job creation and strong communities.

Keeping our southern border open for business

Recent opening of Phoenix trade office in Hermosillo highlights necessity of trade with Mexico.

Collaboration: The buzzword whose time has come

Good things come to people - and businesses, organizations and governments – who collaborate.

Tackle the state budget process like a business owner

Conveying business priorities to legislators is key, as they have discretion over only a small portion of the state budget...