Greater Phoenix has it all!
A hybrid art exhibit
Featuring pieces both virtually and in-office, this hybrid exhibit showcases local artwork that depicts the rich activities, sights, flavors and experiences Greater Phoenix has to offer. From thrilling outdoor activities to a diverse cultural scene, see the inspired artwork by visiting the virtual exhibit now.
Convening the Community
A regional conversation to drive ideas, action and innovation.
Learn about the economic imperatives and community collaboration that will drive the region’s 2030 future.
Greater Phoenix believes in the exponential economic power unleashed when businesses and communities work hand-in-hand to advance opportunity and prosperity. Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) is committed to advocating for emerging and established companies and industries, empowering them to strategically adapt, thrive, and grow in an ever-evolving marketplace.
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The Connected Place
GPEC is the catalyst that integrates people, place and technology to push the limits of what’s possible, and make the world a more prosperous place. By innovating with sensor technology and challenging the status quo in the internet of things market, the legacy companies and emerging start-up disruptors are taking the market by storm. Whether relocating your business or starting new, you have all the right connections and opportunities in Greater Phoenix.
Explore Greater Phoenix on the Map
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“One of the key reasons ZorroSign chose Phoenix for our global headquarters is because the Phoenix tech community is so dynamic and aggressively growing. Through our partners, we have already met many people in Greater Phoenix’s tech sector, and strongly suggest any new technology company to engage GPEC to help get plugged in quickly!” …Read moreShamsh Hadi, Co-Founder and CEO, ZorroSign
“After nine previous relocations, my wife and I moved to Mesa in mid-2006 and absolutely love life in Arizona. Having previously grown Ulthera, Inc. from a startup to facilitating the successful sale of the company with 230 employees, I was confident the talent was available locally to allow GT Medical to achieve its growth goals.”Matthew Likens, President and CEO, GT Medical Technologies
“GPEC has a long history of top-notch talent supported by a strong and unique public/private partnership that has been a model for other communities throughout the country.”Chris Zaharis, Executive Vice President, Empire Southwest
“In our business, we frequently represent companies who are trying to decide where to locate their facility. I would never go into a meeting with one of these prospects without GPEC as our partner.” …Read moreCathy Teeter, Managing Director, Advisory & Transaction Services, CBRE
“It is an extremely exciting time to be part of hyper-developing ecosystem in Phoenix. At NeoLight, we collaborate closely with ASU, Dignity Health and Honor Health – all are massive systems that are pro-technology and pro-innovation. On top of that, Phoenix provides an incredibly supportive community believing in the potential of the entrepreneurs that call it home.”Vivek Kopparthi, Co-founder and CEO, NeoLight
“Arizona is such a great place to live and build a business. Growing/vibrant community with a great sense of optimism + ascendance (opposite of California) — and local leaders focused on problem-solving instead of partisanship. Excited to be here and to see so many startups making the move from CA to AZ.”Calley Means, Co-founder, Anomalie
“Incredibly diverse, LGBTQ friendly, and a surplus of tech and support talent.”Ben Hindman, CEO and Cofounder, Splash
“The excitement behind the Phoenix technology scene is contagious… The value proposition of starting and scaling a business in Phoenix is clear and has the attention of our friends in Silicon Valley who are investing their dollars and creating jobs in our community.”Anthony Kennada, Former Chief Marketing Officer, Gainsight
“The talent in Greater Phoenix is better than expected – quality experience and very strong work ethic.”Chet Keizer, President, IRIS USA
“Greater Phoenix has a strong talent pool of young, energetic and smart talent. We believe it could be the next Silicon Valley and our Arizona office is another step forward in our company’s larger global growth plans and corporate strategy.”John Zanni, President, Acronis
“We are excited to be in the Phoenix market, further expanding our USAA talent to best design, develop and deliver world-class experiences for our members.”Mike Pansini, VP Information Technology, USAA Development Center
“GPEC and the City of Surprise have been incredibly helpful in making the process extremely easy in moving our corporate headquarters to Greater Phoenix. They made us feel welcome and really took time to understand our needs.”Akihiro Ohyama, Chairman, IRIS USA
“We at Mayo Clinic appreciate the terrific work of GPEC in helping the Greater Phoenix region to grow strategically with the right incentives, talent pipeline and local collaborations that make us a competitive choice. We’re happy to be a part of that.”Richard J. Gray, M.D., Vice President, Mayo Clinic and CEO of Mayo Clinic in Arizona