Greater Phoenix’s large talent base and competitive labor costs make it the place for businesses to go to scale


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Regional Report: Future of office

A GPEC Virtual Series The nineteenth installment of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council’s (GPEC) virtual series, ‘Regional Report,’ convened some of Greater Phoenix’s top commercial real estate and economic development leaders to discuss the Future of Office in a post-pandemic world. The webinar was moderated by Eric Sperling, managing director of the Social Television Network, […]

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An inside look at economic development in 2020

A GPEC Ambassador event On Tuesday, the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC) provided more than 300 webinar attendees with an inside look at how we advance the market. GPEC’s senior leadership presented the organization’s FY21 strategic direction, business recruitment tactics and laid out the vision for the region’s brand as we advance Greater Phoenix Together. […]

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What makes Greater Phoenix so great: Zach Venvertloh 

What’s your first and last name?   Zach Venvertloh  How old are you?  28  How long have you lived in Greater Phoenix?  Four months  What city do you currently reside in? Phoenix  Where are you originally from and why’d you decide to move to Arizona? I’m originally from Illinois. I decided on Arizona for the warm […]

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What do you love most about living in Greater Phoenix? Cameron Robb says it's how our region is expanding, always growing and always trying something new.

What makes Greater Phoenix so great: Cameron Robb

What is your first and last name?  Cameron Robb  How old are you?  41  What current city do you reside in?  Phoenix  Did you grow up in Arizona?  Yes  Why’d you decide to stay?  I actually left twice to New York City and Los Angeles but came back. AZ is my home! I love the desert, the sunshine and the […]

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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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