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Entrepreneurs’ Day 2015 – Keys to finding success despite the struggles

Entrepreneurs are universally acknowledged as so valuable to an area’s economy that there was a push in 2013 to get...


Special Session: Impact of K-12 lawsuit on Arizona education

Gov. Ducey called the legislature into Special Session to consider a proposal to increase educationfunding by $3.5 billion.

Greater Phoenix Chamber Announces 3 Businesswomen as 2015 ATHENA Award recipients

The Greater Phoenix Chamber announces Melissa Sanderson, Leah Fregulia and Ashley Kasarjian as the 2015 ATHENA Award recipients.

Rep. Heather Carter urges Arizonans to keep health care sector top of mind

Rep. Heather Carter espouses three intertwined ideas regularly: the importance of health care for Arizona’s economy, the need for a...



Congratulations to our 2015 ATHENA Award Recipients! Congratulations to our 2015 ATHENA Award Recipients (L-R): Melissa Sanderson, Vice President of...


Congressional conversations dominate Chamber’s DC trip

12-member delegation connected with D.C. officials, our Arizona congressional delegation and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Brand-building the great state of Arizona

As Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, several Arizona mayors and state business leaders returned from a trip earlier this month nurturing...


State Board of Education votes to repeal Common Core

This motion aims to remove controversy that surrounds ACCRS from the discussion and maintain the focus on Arizona students.

Health care Q&A: Dean of U of A’s College of Medicine on Arizona’s thriving industry

Dr. Stuart Flynn, dean of the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, is a recognized leader in the health care...


Ahh! I want to be an entrepreneur

With Oct. 31 fast approaching and various Valley attractions seeking to scare Arizonans with frightening costumed characters, ghoulish decorations, and...