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Greater Phoenix Chamber and Cox Communications Deliver Economic Forecast for 2016

Arizona continues to recover, with industries such as business services, educational services, leisure and hospitality leading the way.

Forward Progress

In the first six months of 2015, our team of Economic Development Specialists and our partners at the Arizona Commerce...

08/25/2015

Todd Sanders discuss Phoenix Forward and emerging trends

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce CEO and President Todd Sanders recently sat down with CopperTalk podcast host Barrett Marson to...

08/24/2015

National Waffle Day – Strengthen Your Leadership Abilities and Stop Waffling

On this day of joyous celebration for America’s second-favorite breakfast food – National Waffle Day – it’s important to remember...

08/24/2015

Greater Phoenix Chamber Announces New Board Chairs to Lead its Valley Young Professionals

The Greater Phoenix Chamber welcomed Erin Mettille and Adam McAnally to its Valley Young Professionals (VYP) Board of Directors.

Public Affairs & Economic Development Guiding Principles Process

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Public Affairs program offers seven committees where Chamber members work together to identify policy...

08/21/2015

Michele Reagan’s journey to Secretary of State

Politics isn’t the cleanest of business. Arizona’s Secretary of State Michele Reagan knows this, and she also knows she cannot...

08/21/2015

Furthering high expectations: State Board of Education adopts cut scores for AzMERIT

The State Board of Education (SBE) recently took an important step towards furthering high expectations in Arizona by adopting cut...

08/20/2015

Greater Phoenix Chamber Announces 11 Finalists for Prestigious ATHENA Award

The Greater Phoenix Chamber is pleased to announced the 11 exemplary women chosen as finalists for its prestigious ATHENA Awards.

Rulemaking at its worst: Citizens Clean Elections Commission

The Clean Elections Commission heard opposition on a proposal that aims to gain more transparency from “dark money” groups.