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Downtown Phoenix Inc. relocates to CityScape

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Downtown Phoenix Inc. (DPI) will be relocating its office to CityScape Phoenix where, for the first time, it will centrally house all affiliate organizations such as Downtown Phoenix Partnership and Phoenix Community Alliance as well as the Downtown Phoenix Ambassadors Info Center. The 7,526 square-foot, second-story office space on the mezzanine level at CityScape, allows Downtown… Read More →

5 Arts Circle names new executive director


5 Arts Circle, a 501(c)(3) social group that supports five preeminent visual and performing arts organizations in metro-Phoenix, announced that Jo Marie McDonald is the new executive director. The organization celebrated its 15th anniversary this 2014-2015 arts season, notably reaching a milestone of raising over $4 million since its inception. “Jo Marie brings a wealth… Read More →

Phoenix IDA Names 2013 Board Officers

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by in Business News

The Phoenix IDA, a prominent industrial development authority established in 1981 to assist economic and community impact enterprises, announces the election of its 2013 board officers.  Bruce Mosby is president of the board; Donald Keuth is vice-president; Tommy Espinoza is treasurer; and Christa Severns is secretary of the Phoenix IDA board for a one-year term… Read More →

Jim Teter, Goodwill Industries of Central Arizona

Jim Teter, Goodwill - AZ Business Magazine November/December 2011

Jim Teter, president and CEO of Goodwill Industries of Central Arizona, discusses how the economic bust has affected Goodwill, why they’ve seen an increase in donations, employment at Goodwill, its future and more. Jim Teter Title: President and CEO Company: Goodwill Industries of Central Arizona Why did you decide to move to a nonprofit after… Read More →

Arizona Commerce Authority Is Tasked With Re-Invigorating The State’s Economy

Arizona Commerce Authority
by in Economy

As Arizona enters 2011, unemployment continues at about 9.5 percent, and according to one national ranking of commercial real estate site selectors, Arizona’s reputation as a business-friendly state continues to slide. That’s where the newly formed Arizona Commerce Authority comes in. “It’s not about re-branding, and it’s not about a committee,” says Don Cardon, ACA… Read More →