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.
Digital Air Strike, the leading consumer engagement technology company, announced the launch of two new customer experience (CX) technology solutions designed to improve how dealers merchandise their vehicles and convert prospects, all while helping dealers increase inventory levels. Digital Air Strike announced the launch of Response Logix 5.0, the company’s patented Lead Response technology that uses A.I. technology to build prospect-specific websites in real-time, paired with CRM integration to respond to every lead more effectively. Digital Air Strike also launched the new Inventory Maximizer solution to provide a more profitable way to merchandise inventory online.
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.
GPEC has again received the Mac Conway Award for Excellence in Economic Development by Site Selection magazine. It is awarded to the top-20 local and regional U.S. economic development groups of 2020. This is a reflection of broad community collaboration and resiliency.
Moderated by Phoenix Business RadioX, a distinguished panel from the Canada Arizona Business Council, Jennings, Strouss & Salmon and Thompson Hine LLP recently joined Arizona Technology Council CEO Steve Zylstra for an engaging discussion on the modernized trade agreement and how it will promote mutually beneficial trade leading to freer markets, fairer trade, and robust economic growth in North America.
The Arizona Technology Council applauds Gov. Doug Ducey and the Arizona Legislature on the state’s fiscal year 2022 budget package proposal. This budget invests dollars and directs policy that will support economic success and growth for many programs of immense importance to Arizona’s technology sector.
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.
GCOI 2021 marks the 18th year of this prestigious, black-tie event that attracts more than 850 attendees for a night of networking, dining and entertainment. The event will consist of a strolling dinner and Tech Showcase followed by a theatre-style awards program. Companies featured at the Tech Showcase consist of award finalists, sponsors and Council partners. Early-bird tickets are on sale through Friday, September 3.
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.
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.