If you haven’t told your story yet, don’t let this momentum escape you. Take some time to think of these elements and sketch out some guiding thoughts to help you along your way. You want to be ready when someone asks you just about the three most important words in business: What’s your story?
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One of the oldest tropes in hiring, whether it’s an employee or a consultant, is to describe yourself in three words. For GrowthShift, it is: Make a difference. That’s the fundamental nature and story of its marketing strategy consultancy. Understanding and sharing that story is just as important for GrowthShift as it is for our customers. Those three words tell you everything you need to know about us and our story. Telling your story is the first element you should define for your business.
Tucson-based Paradigm Laboratories, in partnership with Phoenix-based Prorenata Labs, developed a test for quickly detecting COVID-19. ARCpoint Labs, also in Tucson, created a rapid test for antibodies. Area hospitals became part of several clinical trials for the treatment of and vaccination against the virus. The University of Arizona is part of a statewide testing program for antibodies. Even Tucson companies that aren’t in bioscience stepped up. Universal Avionics provided space for the production of face masks and shields. World View pivoted from making stratospheric balloons to sewing medical isolation gowns.
We’re living in an age where everything is connected and designated as “smart.” You likely have your smartphone connected to your doorbell, TV, refrigerator, thermostat, lighting, and your garage door. There’s also probably smart devices like Alexa or Google Home controlling many items in your house. The abundance of all of these smart devices can make life easier, but also make it all very confusing.
The need for charitable giving, especially purposeful gifts that help to make an impact, will undoubtedly continue long after the coronavirus pandemic is contained. But smart planning can help taxpayers to support the charities important to them now, or over time, while providing tax-efficient, and in some cases, tax-free benefits.
The Thomas R. Brown Family Foundation is giving $2.5 million to Pima Community College Foundation to advance the College’s growing presence as the center of economic recovery and growth in the region.
Among the COVID-19 concerns that Tucson property owners and tenants have is how to make their Tucson commercial spaces safe for employees, clients and other visitors. Strategies dealing with air circulation through HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) systems have been part of that discussion.
Business space needs change, even in the middle of a Tucson commercial real estate lease. Enlightened landlords work with their tenants to find a solution that works for both parties.
Today’s manufacturing and supply chain logistics are complex. Components are made from a variety of countries and companies. Moving goods from overseas can become costly or impossible to execute when conditions aren’t right – Consider Tucson Industrial Space.
Data analytics and data science have grown in importance in many aspects of business in recent years. One of the most important is fraud detection.