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Ambassador Event: How GPEC innovates to advance Greater...

Named the top economic development organization in the U.S. in 2020 by the International Economic Development Council, GPEC has remained on the cutting edge of the industry by advancing our AI-driven strategy and insights, data science capabilities, research and analytics portfolio, business development tactics, and integrated marketing and public relations efforts. Our ability to work […]

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Arizona is one of two states that have additional benefits for companies located within a Foreign-Trade Zone. To better understand what Foreign-Trade Zones are, the Greater Phoenix Economic Council hosted an Ambassador panel.

Foreign Trade Zones in Greater Phoenix

Industry experts discuss how the FTZ program can benefit our regional economy  Greater Phoenix’s pro-business climate and economic development programs have made it even easier to conduct business in the region now more than ever before. In fact, Arizona is one of two states that have additional benefits for companies located within a Foreign Trade […]

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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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Seattle and Chicago are now targets for Arizona officials seeking to lure businesses

Seattle and Chicago are now targets for Arizona officials...

Written by Russ Wiles, The Republic | azcentral.com Arizona economic-development officials are seeking to lure employers from high-tax cities and states, and a controversial employment tax that was approved May 14 in Seattle could make their job easier. The tax has led to boisterous town meetings, protests by construction workers and a halt in the building of an […]

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