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Meet GT Medical: Arizona-based medical device company

As a region, we’re on a relentless pursuit of innovation and technology, and companies here are committed to changing the game. It’s all about people, place and tech in Greater Phoenix. Learn more about GT Medical Technologies’ story from their President and CEO Matthew Likens.   What is your company mission? Matthew Likens: To improve the lives of patients with brain […]

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A story about opportunity: Phillip

I’m Phillip Pipkins, vice president, technology banking at Silicon Valley Bank (SVB). I’m originally from Miami, Florida but I’ve lived in Arizona for the past 20 years. When I was deciding which college to attend, I had narrowed it down to two options, one of which was Arizona State University. After being accepted into both, […]

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A story about work/life balance: Catherine

I’m Catherine Spillman and I joined Voya Financial in the spring of 2020 as their Customer Contact Center Director. Since day one, it’s been evident to me that I made the right choice. Voya truly values each and every one of their employees. This is demonstrated through their numerous onboarding, training and development programs, that […]

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A story about building a life: Erik

I’m Erik Long, account executive at Front. I’ve been with the company for the past two years working in the Bay Area, but when they opened a new office in Phoenix I jumped at the opportunity to move to the region. As my fiancé and I were deciding if we should make the move to […]

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Regional Report: New Economy Initiative

Arizona’s water projects that began in the early 20th century cost billions of dollars. They revolutionized the state by expanding not only the way industries could operate, but how people could live and has yielded returns far exceeding that initial investment. This is the type of perspective toward investment needed for the New Economy Initiative, […]

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BlueOptima announces U.S. expansion with new headquarters...

December 16, 2020

UK-based software metrics provider to create more than 20 jobs at operations hub to better serve West Coast clients PHOENIX December 16, 2020 – Software development analytics SaaS provider BlueOptima announced today the establishment of a second U.S. headquarters in Phoenix. The company plans to hire employees to fill sales, data science and customer success positions […]

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A story about diversity: Ashley

I’m Ashley Dancer, cloud services professional at Acronis. I was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska and moved to Greater Phoenix in 2018 in search of greater opportunities and I found them. One of the things I’ve grown to love about Greater Phoenix is its diversity. Growing up in a smaller town, there were certain […]

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What makes Greater Phoenix so great: Annika Clunk 

How old are you?  22  How long have you lived in Greater Phoenix?  About 15 years   What city do you currently reside in?  Scottsdale  Did you grow up in Arizona?  Yes  Why did you decide to stay in here?  I love the weather, being close to family, and the immense opportunities to go hiking or out […]

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Meet Benchmark Electronics: World-class design, engineering,...

A conversation with Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Solutions Teresa Lamberger   Tell us about your company:  Teresa Lamberger: Benchmark provides comprehensive solutions across the entire product life cycle; leading through its innovative technology and engineering design services; leveraging its optimized global supply chain; and delivering world-class manufacturing services in the following industries: complex industrial, commercial aerospace, defense, […]

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GPEC Ambassador Event: Affordable Housing

The availability of affordable housing is vital for the growth and equity of any large city, but providing access to housing is one of only a handful of necessary services needed to lift underserved populations. Municipalities, non-profit organizations, the private sector and federal agencies like the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development must collaborate […]

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