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Jobs in the Valley

Looking for a new job? These places are hiring Valley workers. See if your skill set fits any of the positions! Jobertising.com Phoenix Job Fair Find a new career on Mon., April 24 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m at the Hilton Phoenix Airport. There are nearly 2,000 jobs up for grabs. Some of the employers include Bank of America, State Farm, The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, United Health

Via bizjournals.com Arizona is getting another publicly traded company. Benchmark Electronics Inc. (NYSE: BHE) is moving its headquarters from Texas to Arizona. The integrated electronics manufacturing company already has a division in Tempe, but company officials haven’t determined exactly which city will be their new home. That announcement won’t be made until May, when the company plans to move here, creating more than 500 jobs here over the next five

Park Electrochemical To Shift California Manufacturing To Arizona

Via newsday.com Park Electrochemical Corp. will cease most manufacturing operations at its Nelco Products Inc. unit in Fullerton, California, the Melville company announced Tuesday. Park, which makes printed circuit materials used in telecommunications infrastructure and composite materials used in aerospace, will transfer most operations of the Fullerton plant to its Neltec Inc. unit in Tempe, Arizona, over four to six months, the company said in a news release. The company

Free DataArts Workshops In Tempe

Via azarts.gov DataArts’ (formerly Cultural Data Project/CDP) will visit Tempe on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, to present a free workshop geared toward assisting arts and culture organizations better understand and utilize data collection and reporting. For new or prospective DataArts users, the workshop will be preceded by a new user orientation session. Why does data matter? DataArts can help your organization view, analyze, and talk about your internal data in new (and

Original ChopShop plans 4 Phoenix locations

Via azbigmedia.com Healthy craft eatery, Original ChopShop, plans to expand in the Phoenix area, starting with an opening in Queen Creek on 21227 S. Ellsworth Loop Road. The Queen Creek location will open in late April, marking its fourth location. Three more locations are planned to open this year in the neighborhoods of Arcadia, Paradise Valley and North Scottsdale. Original ChopShop currently has restaurants in Scottsdale, Tempe and Chandler. Hargett Hunter

Tempe Expands Pot Dispensaries from 2 To 13

Via azfamily.com Buying pot could soon get a lot more convenient for medical marijuana users in Tempe. The City Council this month will consider greatly expanding the number of pot dispensaries from 2 to 13. The potential expansion comes as Arizonans have warmed up to the idea of using cannabis. In 2010, voters approved the legal use of medical marijuana and last year the state nearly passed a ballot measure

Food Network’s ‘Ginormous Food’ to film at several Arizona restaurants this week

Via ktar.com The Food Network will highlight some of the big and delicious food the Valley has to offer when its show “Ginormous Food” films at Porkopolis in Scottsdale on Wednesday. The show’s premise is just what it sounds like: It travels to restaurants around the nation to find the biggest and tastiest foods in America. According to a press release, Porkopolis will feature the Brady Bacon Burger, Mammoth Meatloaf Platter

Chase Bank Buys 67-acre Campus in Tempe

Via azbigmedia.com Posted March 30, 2017 by Jesse A. Millard Chase Bank purchased 67 acres at the Discovery Business Park in Tempe near Elliot Road and Loop 101, according to an announcement from the bank on Thursday. Chase plans to have more than 4,000 employees on the 800,000-square-foot office campus and will be moving the first wave of employees onto the campus during the first half of 2018. The employees

Tempe Chamber Names Business Woman of the Year Finalists

Via azbigmedia.com Three finalists were named by the Tempe Chamber of Commerce for its 22nd annual Business Woman of the Year award. The recipient will be announced at the Tempe Chamber Women in Business Conference on May 24. The award recognizes an individual’s excellence in their chosen field and demonstrated leadership within the community. The award honors those who serve as a positive role model to others and are active in

Discovery Triangle Development Corporation Names CEO

Posted March 28, 2017 by AZRE Via azbigmedia.com Alisa Lyons (Photo courtesy of Discovery Triangle Development Corporation) The Discovery Triangle Development Corporation, a public/private partnership that works to bring more investment in the areas between Downtown Phoenix and Tempe along the light rail, names its new CEO to succeed the organization’s founder. Alisa Lyons of SLOAN LYONS Public Affairs will succeed Don Keuth as CEO. Keuth passed away earlier this year