The Chamber’s office closed between April 16-20
The Greater Phoenix Chamber will be undergoing some big changes this spring, and we are starting with an office makeover! The Chamber office, located at 201 N. Central Ave. in Phoenix, will be closed for remodeling and renovations, Monday, April 16 through Friday, April 20. The office is scheduled to re-open for business on Monday, April 23.

Just because we are away from our desks, does not mean our staff is taking a break from serving our members. Our team will still be available to answer your questions and provide exceptional customer service via email or over the phone. Please continue to reach out to our team and let us know how we can assist you.

Don’t miss this week’s great events!
The Chamber is hosting two great events and the team hopes to see you there!

  • Valley Voices presents Activating Community Engagements on April 17: Join the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce for a forum featuring community leaders and public officials as they share insight into the links between key community entities, and how they are working together to maintain a strong and safe Arizona. From presidential rallies to day-to-day operations, the Phoenix Police Department is a leader in community engagement, awareness and transparency. Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams will share updates from the City of Phoenix Police Department, and an overview of how public safety officials are working with business and community leaders to contribute to an increasingly strong region. A panel discussion with community and business leaders will examine the ways in which we can work together to ensure our communities remain safe, connected and prosperous.

Register today >>

  • Economic Development Insider Series on April 18: On April 18, the Economic Development Insider Series will feature Sandra Watson, President & CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA), as she discusses how a business-friendly environment and public policy are driving Arizona’s economic development. Watson will also share an overview of the ACA’s latest economic development projects including the recent location announcement of the Nikola Motor Company’s manufacturing headquarters facility, which will bring 2,000 jobs to Arizona. She will also share the latest details about SkyBridge Arizona, the nation’s first international air cargo hub to house both Mexican and United States customs, which will enable more efficient and cost-effective international business practices.

Register today>>

Have you voted for the 2018 IMPACTful Nonprofit Award?
In 2016, as a complement to the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce’s 30-year history of honoring businesses, the Chamber launched the IMPACTful Nonprofit Award highlighting nonprofits with a strong footprint in the Valley that serve a valuable mission and are deserving of special recognition.

Vote one of this year’s four finalists! Voting ends on April 18.

 

Posted by Danny Imes