Category: Press Releases

Read the latest media alerts, press releases and media statements issued by the Greater Phoenix Chamber.

The Good, the Bad, the Funny: Legislative Wrap-Up to Provide Unique Perspective on Session

Celebrating the Second Regular Session of the 52nd Legislative, attendees heard from a moderated panel featuring elected leaders.

Greater Phoenix Chamber announces opposition to Regulation & Tax of Marijuana Act

This measure would cause significant ambiguity for businesses to regulate a drug-free workplace.

Health care leaders convene on May 12 for Health Means Business Forum

The Health Means Business forum will focus on how business and community leaders can promote better health.

Leading Arizona business groups reject the threats of boycotts against Arizona

Boycotts only hurt our economy, negatively impact hardworking Arizonans and divide our citizens.

Greater Phoenix Chamber Accepting Applications for Valley Young Professionals Board

“VYP is one of the most amazing organizations in Phoenix,” said Erin Mettille, Valley Young Professionals Board of Directors chair.

Greater Phoenix Chamber Announces 8 Local Companies as 2016 IMPACT Award Recipients

The IMPACT Awards honor the accomplishments of businesses and the impact they have on the Valley's business community and economy.

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce to convene CTE experts on March 3, 2016

We're gathering the Valley’s leading voices to discuss pathways for the business and education communities to work together.

Greater Phoenix Chamber announces 2016 IMPACT Awards finalists

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce has selected 20 deserving local companies as finalists for its 29th Annual IMPACT Awards.

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce announces support for Proposition 123

Proposition 123 allows the education community to focus on what’s most important — delivering a highly effective education to students.

Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce sets 2016 Legislative Priorities

The Chamber's legislative priorities focus on restoration of JTED, campaign finance reform, pension reform and a balanced budget.