Category: Articles

Read the latest member-driven content that provides great tips and industry insights, as well as Chamber-related articles and ICYMI event recaps.

ATHENA Young Professional Award finalists talk taking risks to achieve success

ATHENA Young Professional Award finalists discuss finding success and responding to adversity.

02/02/2017

GPCC supports Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive budget proposal

The Chamber supports Gov. Doug Ducey's proposed education budget which provides more than $114 million to Arizona's K-12 school systems.

02/02/2017

Senate Republicans’ 2017 focus on economic growth, balanced budget, bolstering education

Republican Arizona Senate Majority Leader Kimberly Yee shared her plan with the Chamber's Public Affairs Committee.

02/01/2017

Arizona educational leaders link higher education, economy during Chamber event

ASU President Michael Crow and MCCCD Chancellor Maria Harper-Marinick linked higher education to a successful economy.

01/27/2017

Rep. Heather Carter discusses education, health care, workforce development

She understands how a vibrant business environment, education and health care system make a positive impact.

01/24/2017

Business and political leaders share 2017 priorities during GPCC Legislative Kick-off

More than 400 political, business and community leaders celebrated the start of the 2017 session.

01/19/2017

Workforce talent pipeline, education funding top Phoenix Chamber’s priorities

Our priorities include growing Arizona’s workforce talent pipeline, education and reforming the initiative process.

01/13/2017

Preparation is key to financial wellness

January is Financial Wellness Month and there's no better time than now to resolve to achieve financial stability.

01/13/2017

A strong educational system equals a strong economy

Phoenix Forward: The top concern for Arizona business owners is having access to a qualified workforce.

01/13/2017

An encouraging plan for education and for the success of Arizona students

In his 2017 State of the State address, Gov. Ducey expressed that education will be his top priority.

01/13/2017