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.

What Phoenix leaders learned on their field trip to Houston

Back from their trip to Houston, Phoenix health, education and business leaders share key take-aways and best practices.

Interview: Greater Phoenix Chamber VP Huckins supports business tax cuts

Public Affairs VP Mike Huckins discusses Arizona’s state budget, targeted reductions and Arizona's business-friendly tax environment.

Celebrate Earth Day on April 22! Republic Services, Waste Management offer tips to make businesses more sustainable

Did you know Americans throw away enough office paper each year to build a 12-foot wall from Los Angeles to...


Waste Management conserves skies and business’ pocketbooks with green initiatives

As the title sponsor of the “Greenest Show on Grass,” Waste Management has received numerous accolades for working with the...


Republic Services protects communities through recycling efforts

  Republic Services is a leader in the solid waste industry with 31,000 employees nationally and 1,254 of those split between...


ICYMI: Mayor Greg Stanton’s State of the City Address

So you happened to miss Mayor Greg Stanton's State of the City Address on April 19, 2016? No worries.


ASU Gammage executive director champions arts, drives economic impact

With an eight-year economic impact of more than $850 million in the Valley of the Sun, the Broadway Across America...


Economic development team visits over 150 businesses, team continues professional growth

Thirteen months and over 150 visits later, the Greater Phoenix Chamber’s economic development team continues working tirelessly to propel Phoenix’s...


Keep your car in top shape: Tips from OnSite OilChange

There is no real mystery to making a vehicle last a long time. To keep your car or truck running...


Greater Phoenix Chamber: Possible immigration boycott won’t help anything

"Boycotts do nothing but harm the local economy and do not lead to solutions,” Said Public Affairs VP Mike Huckins.