JLL predicts growth in local technology real estate
Jul14

JLL predicts growth in local technology real estate

It’s no secret that the Phoenix metro area is a budding region for the tech industry. In May, Phoenix was named by PCMag as one of “14 high-tech cities you’ll want to call home.” Ask anyone who’s a longtime resident, and they will tell you how much things have changed here over the years. Tech companies have been opening branches and getting their start, in downtown Phoenix as well as in surrounding towns like Tempe, Mesa, and...

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Get your tickets to Meltdown in the Desert
May15

Get your tickets to Meltdown in the Desert

Coming to Phoenix this June is Meltdown in the Desert, a social media marketing-focused event that will provide attendees with lasting knowledge on how to use social platforms to create successful businesses. This is the event’s second run in the Valley, and is an absolute must-attend for seasoned and beginning entrepreneurs alike. Meltdown in the Desert will be hosted by Galvanize, a tech-based learning and co-op workspace that just...

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Meet Danny Estavillo
Apr04

Meet Danny Estavillo

Danny Estavillo is the Southwest Regional Director for The Nerdery. He’s the voice to a bunch of talented Nerds who focus on creating amazing digital experiences for The Nerdery’s customers. On any given day, he’s working on management, strategy for acquiring new customers and building new partnerships, and making sure his team has the resources necessary for growing their relationships in the southwest. What part of Arizona do you...

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Uber’s teen driving service arrives in Phoenix
Mar27

Uber’s teen driving service arrives in Phoenix

Self-driving cars are no longer the only service that Uber Technologies Inc. is testing out in the Phoenix area. The once 18-and-over San Francisco-based driving company is introducing their new teen driving service to the Valley.  Now people ages 13 to 17 can get a safe and reliable ride with Uber’s teen driving program. Before this service was created, Uber had the long-standing rule that anyone under the age of 18 had to be...

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Meet Kay Diggs
Mar13

Meet Kay Diggs

Kay Diggs is the founder and CEO of Tappetite, an app that allows you to buy fresh, homemade baked goods from nearby vendors. Kay spends her time working on Tappetite and caring for her two children. What part of Arizona do you call home?  I call Phoenix home. How did you get started as an entrepreneur? After becoming unemployed, I wanted to work as a baker and open a bakery.  It is a passion I had for long time, and I wanted to be...

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