About one in five Tempe businesses is technology-based. In hopes of continuing to grow our qualified workforce, the City of Tempe is hosting Geek Week and Geeks’ Night Out from Feb. 18 – 24, with a featured Third Thursday celebration on Mill Avenue near Tempe City Hall on Feb. 21 from 5 -10 p.m.
In this workshop, global sales and body language expert Linda Clemons will teach you how to “speed-read” people, decode behaviors, avoid hidden pitfalls and look for revealing behaviors. She is a top sales trainer, widely respected motivational speaker, the CEO of Sisterpreneur, Inc. and a popular radio and television personality. She is certified in Analytical Interviewing, a process used to detect deception and gather data from witnesses, hostages and victims.
The night will feature both Hugh Hallman, Tempe Mayor for the past eight years, and the new Mayor-elect—Mark Mitchell or Michael Monti—one week after the May 15 Mayoral election.
The Tempe Chamber’s Women in Business Council presents a powerful four-part speaker series that will guide participants on becoming leaders through positive transformation at work and at home.
If you’ve not attended an East Valley Business Expo presented by the Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa and Tempe Chambers of Commerce – or even if you have – it’s time to come explore what’s out there for you. Here are the top 10 reasons why you should attend and what’s new and exciting at this year’s expo.
Is your company looking for a proven, cost-effective and fun way to promote your business? You can find it by investing in a booth at the Oct. 5 East Valley Business Expo. Between 1,000 and 1,500 people attend the event and more than 100 exhibitors are on site.
The Sept. 21st Tempe Links Golf Tournament is more than 18 holes of fun and a great way to spend the day outdoors in this beautiful end-of-summer weather. It’s also a great opportunity to meet new people, network with them, expand your contact base and grow your business.
ASU has decided to transition into the upcoming football season with a new Pitchfork brand provided by Nike, along with new uniforms, which will be used specifically for the Athletic Department. Several questions arise when such a major branding decision occurs within a company. How will the community react to this change?
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce recently announced its Board Members for the 2011-2012 year. These individuals will be honored at the Tempe Chamber’s Annual Luncheon on July 21 at the Fiesta Resort Conference Center, 2100 S. Priest Dr. in Tempe.
In 1996, I attended my first Women in Business Conference and Trade Show. I was in awe as the Business Woman of the Year finalists were profiled and Vicki Allies was announced as the recipient. These were successful women who had great accomplishments in their field and community.
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