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Globe and Miami, important copper mining centers for more than a century, are colorful communities four miles apart in east-central Arizona. Both are located in a steep canyon at 3,500 feet in the Pinal Mountains of southern Gila (pronounced Heela) County. Highway 60 connects the communities. Globe’s ample water resources and ideal location for distribution of mining products led to its founding as a mining town in 1876. The city was incorporated twice prior to its present incorporation in 1907. Globe is the county seat. Miami was founded in 1912 by Black Jack Newman as a camp near his copper mine. The town incorporated in 1918. GLOBE-MIAMI REGIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1360 North Broad Street, Globe AZ 85501 (928) 425-4495 / (800) 804-5623 / Fax (928) 425-3410 visitorinfo@globemiamich...
The Central Arizona Regional Economic Development Foundation (CAREDF) worked with the Central Arizona Commerce Park property owner Jackob Andersen and the City of Casa Grande to submit for the ACA Rural Economic Development Grant program in support of rail infrastructure to the Central Arizona Commerce Park. CAREDF received the full funding request of $190,000 for this project, which notably was the highest amount given for one development project. The funding for the Rural Economic Development Grant Program was allocated in February 2010 using Governor's State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) Discretionary monies derived from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009.
On Tuesday, Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and three chambers of commerce in Mexicali, Mexico signed memorandums enabling companies in both countries to expand cross border relationships and business.
Global networking is as critical as ever, and countries like India are investing in the Southwest because Arizona has marketed itself as a hub for economic opportunities in the future. The Arizona Commerce Authority brought representatives from 25 different countries together on Monday to help business leaders extend their networks. (Video by James Ulrich/Cronkite News)
The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) is Arizona's premier economic development organization, combining the innovative know-how and get-it-done power of top state government officials with internationally renowned business executives. This dynamic partnership attracts business to Arizona and grows business already in operation...utilizing some of the most competitive programs and incentives in the country. On January 23, Kirk McClure, VP of Business Expansion and Kirsten Hall, Workforce Manager at Arizona Commerce Authority give an overview of ACAs mission in Arizona and specifics on their programs that benefit the business community.
Arizona technology businesses are the state's engine for economic transformation through wealth and job creation. The Arizona Innovation Challenge is an investment in the minds of talented entrepreneurs in Arizona and around the world. In early 2012, the ACA will award $1.5 million to the most promising technology ventures that participate in the 2nd Arizona Innovation Challenge (awards may range from $100,000 to $250,000). http://azinnovationchallenge.com
I created this video to call attention to Arizona politics and Governor Jan Brewers plan to create a private entity inside of our State Government,leading us all down the road to a facist state,all the while giving global corporations across the board tax cuts. Huge tax cuts,enabling them to be less "responsible corporate citizens" and cutting funding for schools. the article can be found in the East Valley Tribune, Dec. 1, 2010. www.eastvalleytribune.com
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Forty percent of our nation's economic growth comes from innovation, often generated from small businesses. Skysong is a business incubator that has had a major impact on greater Phoenix since it opened in 2008. U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker is appointed by the president and charged with promoting the nation's business. She recently visited Skysong to check out entrepreneurial opportunities in the valley. Cronkite News reporter Hannah Lawrence has the story.
Sweetbridge CEO Scott Nelson @JScottNelson Presents on #Blockchain #Cryptocurrency technology innovation, regulation and economic development impact to AZ State House Commerce Committee w @JayCarpenter of Desert Blockchain group - Jan 9th, 2018
Wellness on the Go! Nutrition presentation to small business owners who lead a hectic lifestyle and wish to learn how to amke simple lifestyle choices.
PHOENIX - Latino-owned business are now 50,000 strong and growing. On April 2, the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (AZHCC) and Qwest Communications present the 53rd Annual Black & White Ball and Business Awards. It's the longest running formal gala in Arizona and the premiere social gathering for Arizona's Latino community. The event features the chamber's prestigious business awards, which honor some of Arizona's most successful and influential Latino businessmen and businesswomen, as well as the presentation of the Chamber's Legacy Award. 2011 Corporation of the Year: Fry's Food Stores Please contact Lorena Rodriguez for more information at email@example.com or (602) 279-1800.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in the University of Arizona’s College of Science has long been a powerhouse in research and is now its leading producer of intellectual property through a working relationship with Tech Launch Arizona.
Deceitful Anti Clean Elections video backfires! This is the video you've heard about in the news! The Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry created it in an effort to intimidate Arizona legislators into supporting Industry's attempts to refer to the ballot two deceitful and misleading measures to cripple Arizona's Clean Elections Program. Seems everyone but the Chamber agrees this strategy has backfired. Despite "committee shopping" and "strike-everything" amendments the measures failed to clear several committees by yesterday's deadline for committee hearings. But, be aware, the word is out that they are looking to pull any trick in the book to get their way! (The Chamber has since pulled this video off of YouTube, apparently because of all the negative feedback -- from even ...