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The Phoenix startup scene is hot right now, and not just from our months of 100-degree days. According to the founders of Tuft & Needle, who chose Phoenix over Silicon Valley for their startup mattress company, Phoenix is “unusually attractive—and more than a little underrated” for startups due to low costs, access to investors, and,… Read More →

Brokers, developers and projects honored at 2016 Best of NAIOP

by in AZRE Magazine | In The Spotlight

The Arizona chapter of NAIOP honored developers, projects and brokers at its 2016 Best of NAIOP awards. This year, Grady Gammage Jr., a real estate and zoning attorney who was a founder of Gammage & Burnham, received the Award of Excellence at the ceremony, which was held at the Arizona Biltmore. Gammage has had a long career, which… Read More →

Pinterest For Business: Avoiding Copyright Issues

Pinterest Copyright Issues
by in Legal | Marketing | Small Biz

Pinterest copyright issues can prove problematic for business proprietors. Since its inception in 2010, social networking website Pinterest has become the third most-popular social network in the U.S. Only social-media giants Facebook and Twitter surpass it in total monthly visits, according to Experian Hitwise. With more than 100 million visits each month, Pinterest has created… Read More →