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Update on the special installment of our Hot Topics and Lunch series to be held Thursday, Nov. 19 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Four Points by Sheraton, 1333 S. Rural Road. The subject of the event is Photo Enforcement / Photo Radar.   Learn more or register here or by calling (480) 967-7891. This event keeps getting bigger and bigger! We’ve learned that this will be the first time that Redflex has publicly spoken in an open discussion format about its role in photo enforcement. In fact, calls have come in from as far away as Washington, D.C., New York and California asking for details about this event. We’ve ...
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Arizona business groups issue statement about immigration law ...
A diverse, broad coalition of business groups from across Arizona issued this statement, urging the federal government to reform immigration and regretting divisiveness created by new law: “The failure of the federal government to fix our broken immigration system has led to recent actions on immigration by Arizona’s policy makers. What we have now is a divisive, emotionally charged environment that is tearing at the fabric of Arizona’s sense of community and threatening the essence of our historically diverse culture. Regardless of how individuals feel about Arizona’s immigration laws, the negative, ... market research, surveys and trends
Matthew Mosher » Open For Business
Convention and Visitors Bureau, Downtown Tempe Community (DTC), Local First Arizona, Create Connect, *Scottsdale Public Art and Volunteer Legal Assistance for Artists (VLAA) have in common?  They engage, educate, raise awareness and connect communities.  In a collaborative effort to create increased understanding and dialogue about local community, these organizations will join forces with local business owners and artists for  Open for Business , an exhibition which will take place jointly at businesses of downtown Tempe and an interrelated exhibition in galleries of the ASU Art Museum. The exhibition will involve sixteen ... market research, surveys and trends


Tempe survey reveals high satisfaction Council determines budget ...
The restorations would be made using $9.8 million in savings the Council ..... At least 30 percent of I-HELP's clients with jobs have lost .... In conjunction with Bike to Work Day, the Tempe Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
November 2, 2009 Industry News
Stephanie Nowack, President and CEO of the Tempe Convention and Visitors Bureau, took office as President of the Western Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus (WACVB) on Friday, October 16, 2009. The announcement was made at this year’s annual WACVB Annual Meeting, held in Colorado Springs, October 14-16, 2009. Nowack most recently held the position of Education & Research Foundation President for the WACVB and has been active in the WACVB organization for nine years. She has held office for the past five years and plans to use her knowledge and experience to continue her active role in the organization as President. industry trends, business articles and survey research
Business Calendar: July 16, 2010
eWomen Network, 8 a.m., Compound Grill, 7000 Mayo Blvd., Phoenix. $30 members, $45 nonmembers. RSVP: “Shame-Free Self-Promotion: How to Get Noticed and Keep Your Soul at the Same Time, ” Southwest Job Network, 8 a.m., Temple Chai, 4645 E. Marilyn Road, Phoenix. $5. “Strategies for Becoming a Customer Magnet, ” eWomen Network, 11 a.m., Wingate by Wyndham, 14255 N. 87th St., Scottsdale. $35 members, $45 nonmembers. RSVP: Arizona Commercial Real Estate Women luncheon, 11:30 a.m., Arizona Biltmore, 2400 E. Missouri ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Arizona boycott response: Fed reforms, legal status for some migrants
The state’s business leadership has come up with their answers to boycotts of Arizona over the controversial new illegal immigration law; they want federal reforms, including some kind of legal status for illegal immigrants already in the country. Tom Franz, CEO of Greater Phoenix Leadership and one of the architects of the business community statement, said the proposal to give legal status to some undocumented immigrants already in the U.S. is not the same as amnesty. “There is no word ‘citizenship’ there,” said Franz. The reform plan would have illegal immigrants pay back taxes and fines, learn ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Model for Arizona's Economic Advancement
Apr 14, 2010 ... Tempe Chamber of Commerce. TGen. Town of Fountain Hills. Town of Maricopa. Town of Oro Valley. Town of Payson. Town of Sahuarita ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Business Organizations
Dozens of local, state and national organizations operate in the Tempe area to help businesses connect with each other and operate smoothly. Some of these include: The Greater Phoenix Economic Council is a one-stop resource for economic development contacts and demographic, economic, and related information about Maricopa County and the 14 communities that comprise the metropolitan area. Company executives searching for a place to expand or relocate business, or real estate consultants researching potential properties for a client will receive help to find information. GPEC�s ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Google Answers: ownership of newspaper company
Hello moosehead5032, Thank you for your question. According to the American Journalism Review, the paper is mostly employee owned at this time. But there is an interesting story behind it: "...PUBLISHER JOHN GOTTSCHALK knows the territory. His first job was sweeping floors for the weekly paper his grandfather founded in Rushville, Nebraska, a few miles down U.S. Highway 20 from Wessling's house. In 1966, after graduating from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Gottschalk took a job selling ads for the weekly Sidney, Nebraska, Telegraph. Two years later, he bought the paper. In ...
What offline networking activities have worked for you? | LinkedIn ...
What makes your event worth attending is having a top notch speaker, someone who will be worth my time and effort to hear. The higher the level of the speaker and the higher the cost to attend (but under $75), the higher the level of the audience. Productive networking will be a byproduct. Two groups that do this well are the Amer Mktg Assn and the World Affairs Council. One good generic speaker choice is a Fed economist or any local economist. They always draw a crowd, whether's its the Chamber or a trade group. What is not effective is trying to set up absurd barriers to entry. For example, I once attended the local ...