Synergy is not magic. One plus one never equals three. Math is math. You have to add something else to the equation to achieve a greater sum. Working together is not what makes synergy happen. The “develop a process where they assist each other” is where that extra bit gets added that produces the higher sum.
The BGCS Scholarship award is a one-half tuition scholarship to be credited evenly over 8 consecutive semesters or 4 academic years, for a total amount of approximately $50,000. Scholarship recipient(s) must attend on campus, and those who meet award maintenance requirements will receive the scholarship for up to 8 academic semesters.
PADT, Inc. is named a Stratasys Diamond Partner; semiconductor manufacturer Intel Corporation to invest $20B in Arizona expansion; Blue Yonder set to be acquired by Panasonic; body-cam innovator Axon solidifies the foundation for its next decade of growth; Arizona State University receives grant funding aimed at workforce upskilling and reskilling; the Greater Phoenix Chamber launches diversity and inclusion program for employers; and more. Check out the complete update.
Zovio, a Chandler-based education technology services leader, has announced that Founder and CEO Andrew Clark, founder, president and CEO will be stepping down from the company as its chief executive officer effective as of March 31, 2021. Leading Zovio for almost 18 years, Clark has made significant progress executing on the company’s strategic priorities and is well-positioned for the future.
Now is the time to throttle your engines and show your customers what you can do for them. PlanetOne Founder & CEO Ted Schuman has spent the last 30 years building a successful telecom and IT services business, and during that time, he has learned that the key to driving revenue growth is being proactive. You can’t sit back and wait for customers to call. Here are 10 tips that Schuman loves to share with other businesses on what can be done today to start generating revenue.
ON Semiconductor Corporation announced that it has posted its 2020 Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) results specific to the semiconductor industry. n addition, the company confirmed that its sustainability programs are aligned with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). The results reinforce ON Semiconductor’s dedication to the development of strategies and programs addressing global climate change.
Among the many industries in the diverse and thriving technology ecosystem of Arizona, aerospace and defense is the most tenured, stable and successful. Home to one of the largest hubs for aerospace and defense technology in the world, Arizona proudly hosts major U.S. manufacturers, including Raytheon Technologies, Honeywell Aerospace, Northrop Grumman, Boeing and General Dynamics — all of which have large facilities and even headquarters in the Phoenix and Tucson areas.
Despite a challenging year caused by the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Arizona’s technology sector was able to rebound quickly and even outpace Q4 2019 in several significant growth metrics. The Arizona Technology Council’s latest quarterly Arizona Technology Industry Impact Report provides insight on the progress of the state’s tech sector. The new data shows a 29% increase in STEM job postings in December 2020 vs. December 2019 and a 4.3% growth in Arizona technology companies year-over-year.
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.
The Arizona Technology Council released its latest quarterly Arizona Technology Industry Impact Report, providing valuable information on the progress of the state’s technology sector to its members, as well as business, economic development and government leaders. The new data shows a 29% increase in STEM job postings in December 2020 vs. December 2019 and a 4.3% growth in Arizona technology companies year-over-year.