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As I think about the 22 cities and the millions of people and families in this region, here is the Greater Phoenix I want to see in 2040.

Our region’s leaders are creating the Greater Phoenix...

By Chris Camacho, GPEC president and CEO Since 1989, the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) has helped create one of the strongest regional brands in the country. For the last decade, I have had the privilege of working with our region’s civic and business leaders to position Greater Phoenix as the location of choice for […]

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ACTIVATE is an IT solutions provider in Scottsdale using off-the-shelf and custom solutions to increase efficiency and profitability for their customers. 

Meet ACTIVATE: Scottsdale-based tech solutions provider

A conversation with Jonathan Alban, ACTIVATE’s owner Tell us about your company:  Jonathan Alban: ACTIVATE is an IT solutions provider in Scottsdale using off-the-shelf and custom solutions coupled with our services to increase efficiency and profitability for our customers.  What city in Arizona is your company located in?  Alban: Scottsdale  How did your company get started?  Alban: With over 14 years […]

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Compass Datacenters has chosen to build its campus on 225 acres of land at the northwest corner of Bullard Avenue and Yuma Road, with future phases to include six additional data centers.

Goodyear, Arizona welcomes Compass Datacenters to its...

July 9, 2019

GOODYEAR, AZ  (July 8, 2019) – Goodyear will soon be home to two new data centers. Compass Datacenters has chosen to build its campus on 225 acres of land at the northwest corner of Bullard Avenue and Yuma Road, with future phases to include six additional data centers. The Goodyear City Council unanimously approved an […]

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Greater Phoenix continues to become a hotspot for data center development and success.

Industry experts tout data center growth in Greater...

Greater Phoenix continues to become a hotspot for data center development and success. While the region is positioned for growth, it still competes with six other major data center markets including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, the New York tri-state area, Northern Virginia and Silicon Valley. Leadership throughout Greater Phoenix are advancing ways to ensure that […]

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