Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce News

GREATER PHOENIX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation takes delegation to Talent Forward conference

Last month, the Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation led a delegation of nearly 20 business leaders to Washington, D.C. to discuss workforce issues hindering business growth with policy experts and other businesses from across the nation.

GREATER PHOENIX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Diversity and inclusion create a healthy, successful workplace

As a global health services company dedicated to helping people improve their health, well-being, and sense of security, Cigna serves many different cultures, beliefs, and values.

GREATER PHOENIX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Business and economic development collaboration boosts Phoenix public art

With October marking National Arts + Humanities month, Phoenix is focused on the impact of public art, younger populations and new employees moving into Phoenix, and business and arts partnership opportunities have become increasingly important in efforts to increase employee recruitment, tourism and economic vitality.

GREATER PHOENIX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Announces General Election Candidate Endorsements

The Greater Phoenix Chamber’s Political Action Committee (GPC PAC) has endorsed 51 candidates for the Arizona Legislature prior to the November 6, 2018, general election.

GREATER PHOENIX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Phoenix developing in key industry sectors

On August 15, Sharon Harper, president & CEO of Plaza Companies, spoke to attendees at the Greater Phoenix Chamber’s Economic Development Insider Series.

GREATER PHOENIX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Jobs, jobs everywhere in Arizona

Arizona’s economy is booming! Businesses are thriving and small business—which makes up 99% of businesses in Arizona— are confident in continued economic growth.

GREATER PHOENIX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: 2016 ATHENA recipient talks career journey and more at PWA

Risk-taking, problem solving and openness to change are all qualities exemplified by Dr. Maria Harper-Marinick, chancellor of the Maricopa Community Colleges.

ATHENA Award recipients address Chamber luncheon

PHOENIX — Local business leaders and former Greater Phoenix Chamber ATHENA Award recipients Michelle Just and Mi-Ai Parrish spoke on leadership, mentoring and community service at a recent Professional Women's Alliance luncheon hosted by the Chamber.

Greater Phoenix Chamber PAC endorses candidates for August primary

The Greater Phoenix Chamber Political Action Committee has released its endorsements for candidates for the Arizona Legislature in the state's primary election on Aug. 28.

Valley executives to speak at Chamber's Premier Leader Series event

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce will host three new Valley executive who will share their thoughts and visions for the local communities at its upcoming Premier Leader Series event.

Kolbe Corp. principal leads motivational talk to enhance workplace performance

Amy Bruske, who specializes in HR consulting and leadership development, is one of only three senior master consultants of the Kolbe Concept.

Phoenix Chamber's forum guests discuss economic growth

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce and its corporate partners recently hosted a forum with financial experts to discuss the metropolitan area's growing economy.

Arizona Commerce Authority executive shares insights on state's future growth

Kevin Sullivan, senior vice president of Business Attraction at the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA), was the guest speaker at the recent Economic Development Insider Series hosted by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce.

Greater Phoenix Chamber honors outstanding members

In its 50th season, Phoenix Suns are recognized as Economic Driver.

Greater Phoenix Chamber highlights transformation of downtown

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce says Downtown Phoenix's transformation over the past decade is the result of multiple redevelopment investments.

Women less likely to prepare for their financial futures

According to Time Magazine, women make up 47 percent of the U.S. workforce and 55 percent of its college undergraduates. Unfortunately, there is still a gender wage gap.

Financial services growth brings high-paying jobs to state

Under Gov. Doug Ducey, there has been growth in Arizona’s business and financial services sector, which employs 4 percent of the state’s workforce.

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