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Kudelski Security, the cybersecurity division within the Kudelski Group (SIX:KUD.S), today announced that Forrester Research has recognized the company as a leader in their report, The Forrester WaveTM: Emerging Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs), Q3 2018.

Kudelski Security Named A Leader in Emerging Managed...

Cheseaux-sur-Lausanne, Switzerlandand and Phoenix (AZ), USA – September 25, 2018– Kudelski Security, the cybersecurity division within the Kudelski Group (SIX:KUD.S), today announced that Forrester Research has recognized the company as a leader in their report, The Forrester WaveTM: Emerging Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs), Q3 2018. “Forrester’s recognition of our managed security services reinforces for us […]

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By leading innovation, championing causes and demonstrating outstanding leadership, these visionary leaders are invested in the community and helping to shape the future of Greater Phoenix.

Congratulations to the 2018 Annual Event Awardees

By leading innovation, championing causes and demonstrating outstanding leadership, these visionary leaders are invested in the community and helping to shape the future of Greater Phoenix. Each year, Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) honors leaders and organizations in the community who have played an integral role in building the economy of Greater Phoenix. We’re inspired […]

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As the Greater Phoenix region’s premier economic development organization, we not only aim to attract economically sustainable businesses to the Valley, but also strive to highlight the beauty and diversity of our incredible region through the curation and display of locally sourced art.

Open call for art submissions: A Taste of Arizona

As the Greater Phoenix region’s premier economic development organization, we not only aim to attract economically sustainable businesses to the Valley, but also strive to highlight the beauty and diversity of our incredible region through the curation and display of locally sourced art. For our next exhibit, we’re looking to feature art that highlights the […]

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To remember and honor those legends, Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) is featuring artwork that depicts Arizona’s story, encouraging local artists to illustrate the journey of those that came before.

Greater Phoenix artists illustrate Arizona’s rich...

In a region so focused on innovative technology and expansive growth, it’s not often we step back, and take a moment to reflect on the culture engrained within our society today. Long before a population of 4,737,270, Greater Phoenix’s history belonged to a people who paved the way for Arizona’s development, passing down their traditions, […]

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Greater Phoenix is a young region with a rich history. These pivotal moments created expansive growth and opportunity.

Greater Phoenix Timeline

Greater Phoenix is a young region with a rich history. These pivotal moments created expansive growth and opportunity. A growth market with cyclical patterns: 1950-1970s: A GROWING REGION From 1950-1970 the population of Greater Phoenix grew by 347%. The post-world war industry growth was driven by military base realignment and aerospace and defense company growth. […]

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Greater Phoenix is a young region with a rich history. There are many pivotal moments in our history that helped define who we are today.

Greater Phoenix: A Growth Market with Cyclical Patterns

A GPEC 101 Ambassador Event Recap Greater Phoenix is a young region with a rich history. Can you guess what the population was in 1950 in Greater Phoenix? 216,038 people. You read that right. Over the years, our region has grown tremendously from 216,038 to 4,737,270 in the last six decades. There are many pivotal […]

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To provide insight on the current office and industrial market trends in Greater Phoenix, Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) hosted an office and industrial panel at the Community Building Consortium (CBC) meeting, featuring industry experts:

Greater Phoenix Economic Snapshot: Office & Industrial...

Although companies continue to operate—and in some cases, expand in established markets such as the Bay Area, New York, Washington, D.C. and Seattle—rising costs and intense competition for talent continue to motivate business leaders to look at Greater Phoenix as a place to scale and cost optimize. To provide insight on the current office and […]

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What do you love most about living in Greater Phoenix?I love how accessible it is to anywhere else I want to go. I travel back to California often to visit family and it's a short 5-hour drive.

What Makes Greater Phoenix So Great: Stefanie Carson

What is your first and last name? Stefanie Carson How old are you? 34 What current city do you reside in? Chandler, AZ How long have you lived in Greater Phoenix? Since 2007 Did you grow up in Arizona? No Where are you originally from and why’d you decide to move to Arizona? My former […]

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Arizona has the “most collaborative cybersecurity ecosystem in the country,” but support is needed to combat future threats

Physical and Cyber Threat Convergence Forum: Three...

Data breaches cost enterprises millions of dollars annually. As companies try to keep pace, they are limited in their ability to combat malicious hackers if physical and information security teams remain siloed. To help provide a solution, CTG Intelligence hosted the second annual Physical and Cyber Threat Convergence Forum at the University of Phoenix Riverpoint […]

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What I began to like the most about living in Greater Phoenix was the quality of life. We have more sunshine than other metro areas in the country, a low cost of living and so many ways to enjoy our amazing region.

What Makes Greater Phoenix So Great: Brita Nelson

June 2018 marked my four-year anniversary of living in Greater Phoenix. Every year around this time I reflect on my reasons for making the move across the country and how much my life has changed for the better, thanks to the people I’ve met and the place I now call home.  I grew up in […]

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