The Southeast Valley Regional Association of Realtors has become Arizona’s only award-winning Global Business and Alliances Council as named by the National Association of Realtors as a Gold Council 2017 Global Achievement Program.
Salt River Project recognized 15 Valley businesses for their conservation efforts during its recent Champions of Energy Efficiency Awards Luncheon, marking the fourth year it has honored local companies for their energy-saving commitments.
A Mesa Community College student is the recipient of a $1,500 Robert Greenberg Scholarship awarded by the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) to pursue an education in broadcast engineering and technology.
Berge Ford Collision Repair Center has received certification from Assured Performance, a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization, for its adherence to manufacturer specifications in repairing Automaker brand vehicles and to manufacturer’s specifications.
Mesa-based interior design company Blinds Chalet is offering an enhanced support system for interior designers, contractors and property management professionals with its free upgraded design education program.
In an effort to abolish “drive-by” lawsuits prevalent throughout the Valley in 2016, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey recently signed legislation designed to hinder "unnecessary" complaints stemming from alleged parking violations.
Lohman Company based in Mesa has been ranked the No. 1 accounting firm in the state by Ranking Arizona The Best of Arizona Business 2017, which ranks accounting firms that have six to 33 CPAs, a release on the Mesa Chamber of Commerce website said.
Imagination’s the motivation at Mesa’s newly renovated children's playground at Superstition Springs Center, which is holding an official ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening from 10 to 11 a.m. Thursday at 6555 E. Southern Ave. in the Sears Court.
Mesa, Arizona’s Wilkes University has gained top national ranking for fiscal value by The Economist, a leading international periodical, placing not only 25th in the country, but higher than any other Arizona higher learning institution.