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Tech Council announces winners, finalists for Innovation Awards

Self-Service Technologies, Technology

The Arizona Technology Council and the Arizona Commerce Authority announced Individual Award winners, Company Award finalists and Student and Teacher Awards for the 2016 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards (GCOI) presented by Avnet. The awards honor the visionaries of Arizona’s technology ecosystem whose passion and dedication energize Arizona’s rapidly growing technology community. “We were pleased to… Read More →

Virtual Reality degree back at UAT

Virtual reality degree

The world of Virtual Reality (VR) has been around for decades. Over 25 years ago, University of Advancing Technology (UAT) led the country as the first university in the nation to offer a fully accredited degree in Virtual Reality. Having been created in 1991, the initial VR degree offering may have been a bit before its time,… Read More →

Conair breaks ground on $40 million Glendale facility

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by in AZRE Magazine | Construction

Consumer-products manufacturer Conair Corp. has broken ground on the design-build construction of a new $40 million plus facility adjacent to their existing campus in the Glen Harbor Business Park. This pushes the total Conair campus square footage in Glendale to 2.3 million sq.-ft. — that’s 52.8 acres under roof. — making the Glendale Conair Campus… Read More →

STEM professionals needed to fill teaching vacancies

Krauss Honored For Science

Rio Salado College is looking for STEM professionals to re-career as teachers to help Arizona schools meet major shortfalls. “The need for teachers in Arizona is greater than ever,” said Kim Tobey, Rio Salado’s Director of Community Partnerships and Programs. “Arizona has a particular need for science, math, special education and kindergarten teachers, especially in… Read More →

Large tech companies are critical to a startup community

Self-Service Technologies, Technology
by in AZ Business Magazine | Tech

During a recent interview on the local tech startup community, I was asked to list the features of a vibrant startup ecosystem. I ticked off the standard items like access to capital, research universities, smart people, support, and a positive regulatory and tax environment. But I felt like something was missing. Later that week, I… Read More →

BestCompaniesAZ hosts military career event Oleg Dudko

Register now for the 2016 BestCompaniesAZ Military Career Event, taking place on Wed., Feb. 17, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., at North Phoenix Baptist Church Conference Center, 5757 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ, 85012. Attendance is free. Advance registration is required at Career opportunities and resources are being offered at this free event, which is open to all active-duty… Read More →

ACC Awards honor Arizona’s top in-house attorneys


Effective corporate counsel has never been more important than it is in Arizona’s evolving knowledge-based economy. Thursday night, before a sold-out crowd at The Camby/Autograph Collection Hotel (formerly the Ritz-Carlton), Az Business magazine recognized the important and vital role that in-house counsel plays in the success of a business with the Arizona Corporate Counsel Awards (ACC… Read More →

Gilbert mayor will lead East Valley Partnership

John Lewis

After conducting a thorough search over the last four months that drew candidates from across the country, East Valley Partnership has named Gilbert Mayor John Lewis President and CEO. Lewis succeeds Roc Arnett, who served as President and CEO of East Valley Partnership for the past 13 years. Formed in 1982, East Valley Partnership is… Read More →

Microchip, Intel announce collaboration to improve security


Microchip Technology Inc., a leading provider of microcontroller, mixed-signal, analog and Flash-IP solutions, has announced a collaboration with Intel to implement Intel® Enhanced Privacy ID (Intel® EPID) technology into its products. Intel EPID is a sophisticated, proven approach to device authentication that provides both security and privacy for the on-ramp to the Internet of Things (IoT). At the Intel Developer… Read More →

Valley Partnership on conquering the hill

Arizona State Capitol

Valley Partnership defines itself as an advocacy organization with responsible development at its core. Behind the organization’s educational Friday Morning Breakfasts, networking mixers, fundraisers and annual community project, Valley Partnership has three committees that work year-round on the organization’s advocacy efforts on a federal, state and cities/county issues. “Keeping with Valley Partnership’s focus on supporting… Read More →

RED Awards 2015: Best Industrial Project

2015 RED Award logo
by in AZRE Magazine | Blogs | Events

On Feb. 26, AZRE hosted the 10th annual RED Awards reception at the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa in Phoenix to recognize the most notable commercial real estate projects of 2014 and the construction teams involved. RED Award trophies were handed out in 10 project categories, to six brokerage teams and safety, subcontractor, architect, general… Read More →

Hyatt Place at Chandler Fashion Square officially opens

by in Experience AZ Magazine | Featured | Stay

Hyatt Hotels and Resorts  and Noble Investment Group  (“Noble”) announced the opening of Hyatt Place Phoenix/Chandler-Fashion Center  in the city of Chandler, Ariz. “As Chandler continues to thrive economically, we are excited to add to the momentum by welcoming the very first Hyatt-branded property to this growing area,” said Kristen Freeman, general manager, Hyatt Place… Read More →

Opportunity for high-tech firms spills into Phoenix’s suburban markets


As goes the high-tech industry, so goes opportunity. Once a high-tech company anchors a neighborhood, housing prices rise, new amenities spring up and unemployment dips. JLL’s latest High-Technology Office Outlook reveals where high-tech companies are looking for (and finding) reasonably priced labor and real estate, and how new and unexpected markets like suburban Phoenix are… Read More →

Calif. investment firm takes Chandler Iridium facility for $12.7M

1800 S. Price, Lee Associates, WEB

A 69,429 SF fl ex manufacturing facility and an adjacent 2.97 AC parcel at 1800 S. Price Rd. in Chandler has been sold for $12.65M. The building is fully-leased to Iridium Communications with an estimated 10 years remaining on their lease. Cohen Asset Management, Inc., a California-based private real estate investment fi rm purchased the… Read More →