TechTalk enews provides a monthly round-up of member updates, technological advancements, energy news, milestones and awards, industry news and featured content on the Council’s annual sponsors. Check out what’s happening in the Council’s September 2021 issue of TechTalk!
Nikola announces strategic agreements with Bosch for fuel-cell manufacturing; Peoria startup Promineo Tech is building accessible pathways to connect more people with technology jobs; Lucid Air has officially received an EPA rating of 520 miles of range for Lucid Air Dream Edition Range; Waymo autonomous vehicles partnership gets national spotlight; SRP’s largest energy storage facility now operational in Arizona; UArizona Tech Park leader, Carol Stewart, appointed as North American division president for International Network of Science Parks; Junior Achievement of Arizona to serve 90,000 low-income AZ students after receiving $2.7 million in funding from Governor Ducey; DocSolid announces general availability of Airmail2Digital Records Room; Carvana looks to buy 150 acres in Surprise after closing on 3 acres in Glendale; Scottsdale software company GitKraken acquires Virginia startup BigBrassBand; Scottsdale-based Emerge raises $130 million and aims to hire hundreds; and more.
The Arizona Technology Council and the Arizona Commerce Authority have announced winners of the Future Innovators of the Year and Teacher of the Year awards, as well as individual and company award finalists for the 2021 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards (GCOI).
TechTalk enews provides a monthly round-up of member updates, technological advancements, energy news, milestones and awards, industry news and featured content on the Council’s annual sponsors. Check out what’s happening in the Council’s August 2021 issue of TechTalk!
PADT, Inc. announces leadership expansion to support the growth of 3D printing and simulation units; Intel Corporation Vice President of IoT Group Christine Boles has been named as a 2021 Influential Woman; Salt River Project teams with Accenture to transform the employee experience; Scottsdale-based Symmetry Software is acquired by California startup Gusto; Yeager Marketing wins three American Marketing Association awards; autonomous driving technology company Waymo partners with Chandler, Arizona-based nonprofit AZCEND; Scottsdale-based Paradox acquires Baltimore startup Traitify; Alluvion Communications is awarded $14.8 million to construct and deploy a new fiber network in rural Arizona; global tech distribution leader Avnet Inc. sees record quarterly revenue as fiscal year 2021 wraps up; and more.
During its quarterly board meeting on July 29, the Arizona Technology Council elected three board members from Arizona State University, Honeywell and Quarles & Brady, added a new executive committee member from Intel Corporation, and announced the hiring of Bianca Buliga as its new director of Marketing and Communications. As one of the largest technology-driven trade associations in North America, the Council’s board and staff are instrumental in executing strategies and tactics that connect, empower and engage its members.
TechTalk enews provides a monthly round-up of member updates, technological advancements, energy news, milestones and awards, industry news and featured content on the Council’s annual sponsors. Check out what’s happening in the Council’s July 2021 issue of TechTalk!
From its inception, the Arizona Commerce Authority has been guided by some of the best minds in private industry, the legislature and state universities. This unique collaboration has been one of the chief strengths of the ACA, and the work of the last 10 years would not be possible without the time, leadership and dedication of many individuals.
Intel Corp.’s self-driving car technology unit released a 40-minute unedited video Tuesday of a vehicle successfully navigating busy New York City streets. Mobileye, the business unit creating this technology, is now testing its vehicles in New York, including Manhattan.
Turbocharge your marketing and communication strategy! Leading through communication requires more than just listening and responding to team members, though that’s a great place to start. KEO Marketing CEO Sheila Kloefkorn shares the Top 10 effective communication strategies that should become parts of your everyday life.