Category: Press Releases

Read the latest media alerts, press releases and media statements issued by Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.

Greater Phoenix Chamber names three leaders to the Valley Young Professionals board

The Greater Phoenix Chamber is pleased to welcome three exemplary professionals to its VYP Board of Directors.

Greater Phoenix Chamber announces 2016 Primary Election endorsements

The Chamber Political Action Committee is endorsing 50 candidates for the Arizona Legislature in the August 30 Primary Election.

Greater Phoenix Chamber opposes mandatory minimum wage increase ballot proposal

This measure would harm Arizona’s competitiveness and disproportionately affect small businesses.

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce presents Tony La Russa: Leading Like a Champ

World Series champ and Hall of Famer Tony La Russa to share insights on building a championship team.

Greater Phoenix Chamber accepting nominations for 2016 ATHENA Awards

The Greater Phoenix Chamber encourages anyone to nominate a deserving businesswoman now through Friday, June 24, 2016.

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce announces 2016 IMPACT Businesses of the Year

Outstanding local companies Danzeisen Dairy and Cox Communications earn accolades as the Chamber's 2016 IMPACT Businesses of the Year.

The Good, the Bad, the Funny: Legislative Wrap-Up to Provide Unique Perspective on Session

Celebrating the Second Regular Session of the 52nd Legislative, attendees heard from a moderated panel featuring elected leaders.

Greater Phoenix Chamber announces opposition to Regulation & Tax of Marijuana Act

This measure would cause significant ambiguity for businesses to regulate a drug-free workplace.

Health care leaders convene on May 12 for Health Means Business Forum

The Health Means Business forum will focus on how business and community leaders can promote better health.

Leading Arizona business groups reject the threats of boycotts against Arizona

Boycotts only hurt our economy, negatively impact hardworking Arizonans and divide our citizens.