Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema sat down with founders of six Tucson startups to learn more about their businesses and the innovation ecosystem in Southern Arizona. This roundtable was part of a national celebration of Congressional Startup Day, an annual event that provides entrepreneurs the opportunity to connect with lawmakers and communicate policy related issues facing the startup community.
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Arizona CEOs, presidents and business owners recently escaped the heat and headed north for the Arizona Technology Council’s annual CEO Leadership Retreat. This two-day event at the historic Hassayampa Inn in Prescott provided innovative speakers, interactive workshops, keynotes, golf, behind-the-scene tours and networking.
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Companies that take time to understand the fundamental reasons for resignation are able to transform flaws into improvement for continued growth while fostering loyalty among current and former employees. Former employees, therefore, become positive ambassadors for the company.
In recent years, you may have heard some refer to Arizona as the Silicon Desert. But don’t let that nickname conjure up false images of a Silicon Valley copycat. With its unique approach to tech, defense and business, Arizona is forging a path all its own. Leadership at Acronis SCS, as well as the more than thirty people the company hired in less than nine months across a range of disciplines – from security engineering and application hardening to communications and sales – are proud to call it home.
Steve Zylstra’s travels take him throughout the state, to the nation’s capital and at times outside the United States. He obviously can’t provide a debrief of everything that he does, but he can share the highlights as he takes you behind the scenes and at times behind the headlines.
It’s all part of what we should do with our neighbors, whether they are next door or separated by a single border. Listen to what they need and help where you can. As President Harry S. Truman said, “All will concede that in order to have good neighbors, we must also be good neighbors.”
Inflatable balloon reflectors could peer into deep space, scanning for signs of water, at a fraction of the cost of a traditional telescope.
The Arizona Technology Council applauds Salt River Project’s Approval of Sustainability Commitment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, advance clean energy, and conserve water
Although the International Day of Light is over, the glow of the Tucson optics industry grows brighter.