As Congress gears up to vote on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) – business and government leaders in Arizona have been emphasizing the importance of a modern trade agreement for the state’s farmers, manufacturers, and small businesses.
Every quarter, the Tempe Chamber in partnership with the Phoenix Chamber and six other chambers across the Valley, conducts a business outreach survey that aims to help better understand the needs and concerns of chamber members throughout Maricopa County.
Three years ago, Diana Bernal was a student sitting in Tempe Elementary School District classrooms learning, making friends, taking tests, and thinking about what high school would be like. This summer, Bernal returned to Tempe Elementary, not as a student, but as an intern in the Purchasing Department.
The talent shortage is affecting businesses across a variety of industries. As our world has moved firmly into the digital age, more and more businesses are looking to hire employees who have digital skills, including web design, digital marketing, social media and more. However, many businesses are finding that there just aren't enough job applicants who possess the required skills, resulting in ...
PDQ Arizona’s Tempe location is partnering with United Food Bank to gather food donations for families in need. From now until July 5, individuals that stop by the PDQ Tempe location and drop off non-perishable food items will receive three free chicken tenders.
We would like to recognize May's Tempe Chamber Ambassador of the Month, Peter Adams of Ping! Development for his support and dedication to Tempe and the Tempe Chamber. Ping! Development creates software which helps you do business the way you want, not the way boxed solutions make you do business.