As further evidence that Tucson’s innovation ecosystem is a rising star at the national level, both Startup Tucson and The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) each secured $50,000 in prize money from the U.S. Small Business Administration. Tucson secured two out of the three Growth Accelerator Fund Competition prizes awarded in Arizona.
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DocSolid, the legal technology experts for enterprise scanning, workflow and paper reduction solutions, announces general availability of Airmail2 Digital Records Room after successful implementation and roll outs in key Am Law 200 early adoption program firms.
From the jump, every single team member within your organization needs to be pulling in the same direction. That starts with the owners and top-level management who should be leading their organization with clear vision and initiatives. Employees should be able to execute this shared vision through energy, passion, and a willingness to make moves without being inspired by their supervisor.
The Covid-19 pandemic induced a global shortage of computer chips, and the shortfall has raised subsequent questions about American manufacturing ability and how it affects the nation’s security.
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego today joined business leaders to call for modernizing the transportation sector by investing in advanced vehicles and transportation infrastructure, as well as expanding electric vehicle (EV) tax incentives.
The University of Arizona Center for Innovation (UACI) announced the UACI Sponsored Launch Fueled by the Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce competition. Application submissions opened on March 5 and close on April 2. After a review and interview process, the winning team will be announced on April 30. The team will then participate in the incubator program for one full year.
Hamid Shojaee, the founder of Axosoft and PureChat, and his his wife, Lawdan Shojaee, former CEO of Axosoft and current COO at GitKraken, are investing $10 million into 100 Arizona startups through their group AZ Disruptors.