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Arizona Technology Council adds 4 to board


In a unanimous vote during a regular session of the Arizona Technology Council’s Board of Directors’ meeting on July 23, 2015, four new directors were elected to serve in three-year terms. The Arizona Technology Council’s current Board of Directors includes 36 members, five of whom are officers. The Arizona Technology Council’s executive officers and board of directors… Read More →

Stat Doctors Hires 3 Executives to Support Expansion


Stat Doctors™, a leading eHealth solution providing 24/7/365 access to affordable quality care, added three senior-level executives to its growing staff to keep pace with the demand for convenient, high-quality telemedicine. · Dyan Bymark joins as vice president of marketing. She is responsible for planning and executing marketing plans to achieve growth targets. A veteran… Read More →

Donna Witherwax, CPA – 50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business

Donna Witherwax

Donna Witherwax, CPA – Partner, Grant Thornton With more than two decades of experience, most recently as a partner at KPMG in Phoenix, Witherwax, CPA, joined Grant Thornton in 2012 as a tax partner and the overall tax practice leader for the firm. She is responsible for implementing the strategic direction of the practice, strengthening… Read More →

KPMG Survey: Geographic Expansion Is Key Focus for Commercial Real Estate Executives

According to KPMG's 2013 survey, U.S., executives most frequently cited the Southwest (45%) and the Northeast (36%) regions as the best commercial real estate investment opportunities. Multi-family    topped the list  as most attractive property type.

  Propelled by increasing economic optimism, commercial real estate industry executives say geographic expansion will be a key focus over the coming year, according to a recent survey conducted by KPMG LLP, the audit, tax and advisory firm. In the 2013 KPMG Commercial Real Estate Outlook Survey, 58% of executives said they expect their company to increase spending most on geographic… Read More →