Category: GPC in the News

Read the latest media interviews and news articles on the Greater Phoenix Chamber.

Greater Phoenix Chamber opens nominations for Nominations open for IMPACT Awards

IMPACT Awards honor the accomplishments of outstanding Valley organizations and their positive impact on the community.


Up in smoke: Arizona voters make their voices heard on Prop. 205

As a champion of the business community, the Chamber advocated strongly against this ill-conceived measure.


Support Small Business Saturday: Shop local on Nov. 26

According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, small businesses represent 99.7 percent of all employer firms.


Greater Phoenix Chamber CEO says Lake Mead is key to state’s health

Arizona Business Daily Reports | Nov 14, 2016 Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Todd Sanders said in...


As minimum wage is set to increase local business leaders are wary of bottom line

"While we support fair wages, Prop. 206 is not an effective economic policy,” said GPCC Public Affairs VP Mike Huckins.


Greater Phoenix Chamber offers tips to help businesses prepare for Generation Z employees

“Gen Z wants honesty and face-to-face conversations; they want to be a contributor and be taken seriously," said David Bruno.


Meet the Valley’s newest ATHENA Award recipients

"The 2016 ATHENA finalists do more than push the boundaries of achievement, they shatter them,” said CEO Todd Sanders.


Get to know Prop 205 and 206: two important issues this election

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce opposes Proposition 205 and 206.


Elliott Pollack: Why 2017 will be the year of the snail economy

“We going to see continued subpar growth in 2017," Pollack said. "We just have to get used to it.”


Think economic recovery is weak? Blame Millennials, slower population growth

Economist Elliott Pollack said the state’s population is projected to grow around 2 percent annually for the next several years.