When it comes to technology talent, Tucson can’t yet compete with giants like San Francisco and Seattle. But Tucson recently got on the map- literally- as an up-andcoming,smaller North American market for top tech talent in a report issued by CBRE Research.
When you have a successful business in Tucson that continues to expand over the span of 108 years, you’re bound to have suitors. The question becomes: What firm is going to make an offer you can’t refuse?
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SRP shows strength as a sustainability leader with its revised 2035 Sustainability Goals, GPEC launches a unique campaign to attract high-tech companies, ASU jumps to top 10 in global patent rankings, Coplex sets its sights on high-growth potential tech companies, and more.
Tucson’s sunshine and low humidity not only are attractive to tourists and residents. They also are two of the many reasons why Tucson is a key player in the aerospace & defense industry. This white paper written by Commercial Real Estate Group identifies a number of reasons why Tucson has been, and continues to be, a hub for aerospace and defense industry leaders and suppliers.
Inflatable balloon reflectors could peer into deep space, scanning for signs of water, at a fraction of the cost of a traditional telescope.
“I think the possibility exists because Phoenix has a good business climate,” Zylstra said. “We have all the necessary ingredients to make this a possible place to expand.”
The Pima County Board of Supervisors June 4 unanimously approved an intergovernmental agreement with the Town of Oro Valley in support of a biotech industry incubator facility.
Although the International Day of Light is over, the glow of the Tucson optics industry grows brighter.
TuSimple, a self-driving truck company with major research and development operations in Tucson, is preparing to make its Texas debut.The company has partnered with the United State Postal Service to perform five round trips for a two-week pilot, hauling USPS trailers more than 1,000 miles between the postal service’s Phoenix and Dallas distribution centers.