PHOENIX (June 23, 2017)—When four Valley companies graduate today from an “export boot camp,” they won’t walk away with diplomas but something just as tangible: a business plan to take their companies to the next global level.
PHOENIX (May 15, 2017)—Want to increase your revenue as a business? Do you want higher paying jobs in your community? Are you searching for financial stability in uncertain times? Many are finding a positive answer in exporting.
CASA GRANDE (May 12, 2017)—What can your business learn about exporting from those who are best at it? Members of the Sun Corridor Export Recognition Program hope that businesses who are “export curious” can use the examples set by other local businesses to explore exporting to achieve the same success.
PHOENIX (May 1, 2017)—Do you remember when you were a teenager and wanted a car but had no money? Most teenagers who want a car look for a job. Not Jane Spicer. When she wanted a car at age 16, she started a business.
PHOENIX (April 26, 2017)—What do aerospace, peanut butter and elite athletic conditioning have in common? They are thriving businesses in our region that are exporting products and services all over the world.
PHOENIX (February 14, 2017)—Businesses in Maricopa, Pinal and Pima counties have a new opportunity to gain attention for their export efforts. Businesses that export are encouraged to apply for the new Sun Corridor Export Recognition Program, which opens today.
PHOENIX (January 11, 2017)—Transportation planners have finished a two-year study and are preparing final recommendations to improve traffic along the Interstate 10/Interstate 17 corridor, known as the “Spine” because it serves as the backbone of the freeway system in the metropolitan area.