Helping the state reach this achievement have been investors showing they believe in what startups and others in Arizona have created to improve our lives. The Legislature has the opportunity to do the right thing by recognizing the economic engine this program has been proven to be and voting to extend the angel investor tax credits for another 10 years. This is an investment in Arizona’s future, not only for the state’s startup community but also for taxpayers here and future generations of entrepreneurs.
Metro Phoenix data center development continues to surge, particularly in Goodyear, which is quickly becoming a technology hot spot. And the growth doesn’t appear to be slowing. Here are recent projects that are strengthening the region’s reputation as to go-to place for data center development.
Phoenix has evolved into a hotbed for innovation. To showcase how startups are powering the Valley’s economy, Az Business has compiled a list of 25 Phoenix startups to watch 2021. Here are 25 of the best startups in Metro Phoenix, listed in alphabetical order.
The pandemic has been a technology accelerator for businesses, municipalities, schools, healthcare and homes. As such, those who provide internet, telephone, security and video services to thousands of Arizona small and regional businesses and more than three million connectivity products within homes across the state have seen a few interesting technology trends that we believe will continue through the rest of 2021.
ThriveinTucson.com features topics important to talent such as quality of life/lifestyle attributes, education, high rankings, where to live, cost of living, notable employers, key industries/economic strengths, and testimonials from young professionals – all showcased with vibrant photos and visuals. This new site strengthens the ability to demonstrate to site selectors that prospective companies can attract and retain talent in/to Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Axon, the Scottsdale-based maker of public safety technology devices, reported its first quarter results for 2021 on Thursday. For the three months ended March 31, net sales hit $195 million, up from $147 million in the same period last year and ahead of analyst expectations of $165 million.
Lucid Motors announces a handful of technology executives are joining the company as its merger with Churchill Capital IV Corp. is headed for its close after a volatile period.
Mobile technology companies interested in bridging the digital divide in central Phoenix are being sought to design a private intranet connecting the city’s most vulnerable students to their classrooms with high-speed broadband connections. Deadline to submit your request for proposal is November 24.