Regional Report: Semiconductors
Greater Phoenix becoming global semiconductor industry hub Major investment to the Greater Phoenix economy from domestic and international semiconductor companies has presented the region with an opportunity to become a world leader in the industry. In 1990, almost 40% of the global semiconductor chain was produced in the U.S., but production capacity is now around […]View Post »
Free to be: A game-changer
Laura Franco French, director of state government relations, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) I’m Laura Franco French and I’m originally from Phoenix, Arizona. I’m currently the Director of State Government Relations with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). Prior to being hired at TSMC, I worked in the Mayor’s office as a member of the team that worked with […]View Post »
Moov Technologies’ HQ shift to Greater Phoenix was...
As Moov Technologies doubled down on Greater Phoenix during the pandemic, it was natural for tech company to move its headquarters from San Francisco to Tempe.View Post »
71 Years young: Valley’s semiconductor sector shows...
by Ron Starner Just how important is the semiconductor industry to Greater Phoenix? Consider this: one of the largest semiconductor manufacturing plant investments in history is taking place right now in Chandler. The $7 billion investment into Intel’s Fab 42 facility in Chandler is ongoing and upon completion will fabricate the most advanced computer chips […]View Post »
What makes Greater Phoenix so great: Kris Pugsley
What is your first and last name? Kris Pugsley How old are you? 38 What city do you currently reside in? Cave Creek How long have you lived in Greater Phoenix? 8.5 years Where are you originally from and why’d you decide to move to Arizona? Chicago, Illinois. I moved to Arizona for the warmer […]View Post »