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How real estate agents can prevent unauthorized document access

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Buying a home is part of the American dream. But one scam could turn it into a nightmare, endangering years’ worth of clients’ savings, as well as your reputation as a real estate professional. The Federal Trade Commission and the National Association of Realtors are warning the real estate industry about a “bogus email” that… Read More →

Arizona Commerce Authority launches aerospace database

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The Arizona Commerce Authority and Arizona Zanjeros aerospace and defense industry sub-committee launched a comprehensive database designed to connect aerospace and defense companies with Arizona-based suppliers. The database will serve as a go-to resource for Arizona’s aerospace and defense companies and the state’s growing supply chain. It contains detailed profiles of more than 1,250 companies with a… Read More →

Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority board names leaders

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Veteran sports executive Jeff Overton has been elected chairman of the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority (AZSTA) board of directors, and Maria Baier will serve as vice chair and Doug Yonko as secretary. Overton is president and general manager of Camelback Spring Training LLC, a joint venture of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox, and is… Read More →

Arizona Commerce Authority announces innovative finalists

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The Spring 2016 round of the Arizona Innovation Challenge (AIC) continues as the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) announced 10 finalists in its bi-annual business plan competition. The ACA provides $3 million in grants annually – $1.5 million in the spring and $1.5 million in the fall – to the most qualified, innovative startups and early-stage companies. Up… Read More →

Author of Phoenix ‘brain drain’ revises numbers

Bennett Dwosh, a recent Arizona State University graduate, said being at the bottom of a list of cities to work after graduation would cause concern. (Photo courtesy of Bennett Dwosh)

A study analyzing which metropolitan areas retain their university graduates the most has come under fire after the Phoenix metro area landed in the basement of the rankings. Officials with the Maricopa Association of Governments and the Arizona Commerce Authority fought back, and the study’s author has revised the numbers. Jonathan Rothwell, a fellow at… Read More →

Arizona Commerce Authority hosts competitiveness exchange

Arizona Commerce Authority

More than 50 high-level officials from 24 countries will come together to participate in the Americas Competitiveness Exchange (ACE) on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, hosted by the Arizona Commerce Authority April 10 through 13, 2016. Attendees represent a mix of industry, innovation, university and government organizations. ACE is a best practices-focused program that brings together business… Read More →

AZRE editor doubles as children’s book author

Erin Davis, Author of Stick to it Chick, Editor of AZRE. Photo by Robin Sendele, Az Big Media
December 8, 2015 by in AZRE Magazine | Featured | Newsmakers

Erin Davis, associate editor of AZRE: Arizona Commercial Real Estate Magazine, is quick to admit that she has “a slight obsession with Star Wars.” But what a lot of people don’t know about her is that she is also a children’s book author. Davis, the mother of three girls, released her first children’s book, “Stick… Read More →

Arizona Commerce Authority leads promotion initiative

Phoenix Sky Harbor, Economic Impact

The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) is launching a statewide promotion development project aimed at creating a fresh and unified message to enhance Arizona economic development and tourism, and encourage civic pride. The project – led by the ACA – will be a grassroots, public effort and engage leaders and Arizona citizens from all corners of the… Read More →

Arizona Commerce Authority awards grants to innovators

The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) today announced the six winning companies in its Fall 2014 Arizona Innovation Challenge (AIC). These grant recipients represent innovative Arizona entrepreneurs who are creating technological solutions with the potential for global impact. The Fall 2014 Arizona Innovation Challenge Grant Recipients are: ·       Iris PR Management – Phoenix, AZ (IT –… Read More →

Innovators get boost from Arizona Commerce Authority

The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) has selected 18 recipients for AZ Fast Grant, a highly competitive grant program that provides qualified Arizona-based, early stage technology companies with intensive training and technical assistance to help them commercialize their innovations, grow their businesses and create quality jobs. “Early stage companies play a key role in developing innovations… Read More →

Arizona Commerce Authority creates the art of the deal

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Apple is the most profitable corporation in the world. Why does the state give them this huge tax break? I own a business. “How come I can’t get the same deal?” The words are heard in a northeast Phoenix coffee shop. They reflect some of the sentiment bubbling under the surface when a new deal… Read More →

CBRE to market land for Tucson Airport Authority

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May 14, 2014 by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage

CBRE has been awarded the marketing and leasing assignment for the Tucson Airport Authority (TAA) airport system. Comprised of Tucson International Airport and Ryan Airfield, CBRE will oversee the marketing of the airport system’s ±10,147 acres of commercial development land. “This is an exciting opportunity and we look forward to working with the Tucson Airport… Read More →

Ensemble Real Estate Solutions Employees Author ‘The Textbook of Urgent Care Management’ Chapter

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December 17, 2013 by in Uncategorized

Tracy Altemus, Executive Vice President, Healthcare Brokerage Services and Jamie Krahne, Regional Manager for Ensemble Real Estate Solutions recently collaborated on writing a chapter in “The Textbook of Urgent Care Management” by John Shufeldt M.D. J.D., MBA, FACEP. Altemus and Krahne provided their industry expertise for a chapter in the textbook titled “Building out an… Read More →

Author Shares 4 Tips for Marketing Your Book

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July 5, 2013 by in Featured | Marketing

If you want people to read your book, you have to be more than a talented storyteller or researcher – you will need plenty of persistence, says Darlene Quinn, a 75-year-old award-winning novelist whose passion for the written word trumped her lucrative position as a top executive at the legendary Bullocks Wilshire department stores. “Sometimes… Read More →

Helpful Book by Local Author, Nicole Zangara, Explores Female Friendships

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June 28, 2013 by in Connections | Lifestyle

“It’s all about validation,” Nicole Zangara said of her book, Surviving Female Friendships: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Zangara, a Scottsdale resident, is passionate about the virtually unexplored topic of navigating female friendships. Her goal is to provide guidance but also to ensure women that they are not alone in their experiences and… Read More →