Tempe Chamber of Commerce Archives

Tempe names Business Woman of the Year finalists

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The Tempe Chamber of Commerce announced three finalists for the 21st annual Business Woman of the Year award. The recipient will be announced at the Tempe Chamber Women in Business Conference on May 25. The award recognizes an individual’s excellence in their chosen field and demonstrated leadership within the community. The award honors those who… Read More →

Tempe Chamber presents Business Excellence Awards

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The Tempe Chamber of Commerce announced its six finalists for the prestigious Business Excellence Awards. The awards promote the advancement of responsible business leadership in the community and publicly recognize local businesses demonstrating a passion for excellence. The awards honor companies for success in business growth, employee development, community involvement and customer service. The awards will… Read More →

Wilkinson Named Business Woman of the Year

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The Tempe Chamber of Commerce has named Dr. Christine K. Wilkinson as its 2014 Business Woman of the Year. She was honored at the 19th Annual Women in Business Conference on May 21 at the PERA Club in Tempe. Dr. Wilkinson is Senior Vice President and Secretary of the University and President, ASU Alumni Association,… Read More →

Finalists named for Business Woman of the Year

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The Tempe Chamber of Commerce has announced three finalists for the 2014 Business Woman of the Year award. The recipient will be honored at the 19th Annual Women in Business Conference May 21 at the PERA Club, 1 E. Continental Dr., in Tempe. The award was established to recognize an outstanding business woman who has… Read More →

Buck Truck Adds Substance to Food Drives

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by in Business News | Featured

Tempe, nonprofit, crowd-funding, grocery stores, farmers, donate perishable food items, Buck Truck, Tempe Leadership, United Food Bank, Mesa, Ed Baker, Tempe Chamber of Commerce, Lisa Pino, Arizona A Tempe-based nonprofit is utilizing the power of crowd-funding to enable grocery stores and farmers to donate perishable food items. Buck Truck, a project of this year’s Tempe… Read More →

Gap is Narrowing on Immigration Reform

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by in Columnist Spotlight | Politics

Various Arizona Chamber and business leaders have made numerous visits to Washington, D.C. over the years to push for reform of our nation’s badly broken immigration system. As a border state, we understand this issue well. For years, the business community in Arizona has been pressing Congress and the Administration for a secure border, workable… Read More →