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.
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.
The University of Arizona will lead a new National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center, called the Center for Quantum Networks, with core partners Harvard, MIT and Yale.
In this virtual event, hear from Dr. Elizabeth “Betsy” Cantwell, the Senior Vice President for Research and Innovation at the University of Arizona. She provides an overview of the institution’s approach on continuing its research mission in light of the stay-at-home order, opportunities for high-impact innovation during the pandemic and explains how COVID-19 will shift the research model going forward.
It’s no secret that every industry has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the aviation industry is no different, but how Universal Avionics adapted to it is.Moderated by Linda Drake from Michael Beach Coaching & Consulting, this episode of TechFocus features Universal Avionics CEO Dror Yahav discusses how Universal Avionics survived in an industry that was heavily impacted by the pandemic.
Your commercial space needs may look quite different both in the short term and long term as you and your workforce adjust to the effects of the COVID-19 disruption. Here at Commercial Real Estate Group of Tucson, Michael Coretz shares changes that address two major issues: Where most of your employees will work from now on and health protections they will expect when they do have to come into the office.
One of the lessons that business owners with Tucson lease contracts have learned from the COVID-19 disruption is that the ability to be flexible and responsive are crucial to survive. These apply right now as you assess whether you want to hang on to your current location or find new space to match the new realities of your business operations. Here are some of the opportunities expected to emerge and how you can take advantage.
The Tucson City Council authorized a $1,000,000 total contribution as part of the We Are One / Somos Uno Resiliency Fund , responding to demand for financial assistance from businesses reeling from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tucson-based Universal Avionics is assisting the local Tucson community in protecting healthcare workers and first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company is currently providing the non-profit group, Hope Worldwide (Tucson Chapter), with assembly line space at its Tucson headquarters to manufacture medical face masks and shields.