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AZ Tech Beat | June 29, 2017

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Six cool tech places to work in Arizona

August 4, 2014 | 7

Back in June, AZ Tech Beat and Axosoft were featured on ABC’s show The List as one of Arizona’s coolest places to work. Inspired by the piece, we decided to put together a list of our own. These spots offer … Read More

Nominations open for AZ Tech Council’s 2014 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards

June 4, 2014 |

The Arizona Technology Council in conjunction with the Arizona Commerce Authority, today announced that nominations are now open for the 2014 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards (GCOI) presented by global technology distributor Avnet, Inc. and will be accepted until 5 … Read More

House of Genius Phoenix launches April 15

March 5, 2014 |

House of Genius is an international organization that brings together a collection of industry leaders and entrepreneurs to discuss innovative ideas for startups, products, and other ventures. There are over 20 locations around the world and Phoenix is opening its … Read More

The importance of verifying your co. on Google – Tom Rusling, General Manager of iAcquire #FLFPHOENIX

March 3, 2014 |

The shortest month of the year is over and with another month gone, it’s time for another Free Lunch Friday wrap-up. For February’s FLFPHOENIX event, Tom Rusling, general manager of iAcquire, an enterprise search marketing company, gave expert insight into … Read More

ViaWest opens new Phoenix Data Center Feb. 19th

February 5, 2014 |

ViaWest, the leading colocation, managed services, and cloud provider in North America, has announced the opening of its latest data center in Phoenix. The data center has been engineered with the latest in UPS power equipment and energy-efficient cooling systems to support … Read More

Tucson pirates launch coworking space and home for entrepreneurs

August 12, 2013 | 3

The Pirate Mansion is taking coworking to a whole new level. The project started earlier this year announced its first group of entrepreneurs last week, and is the first space in Tucson where entrepreneurs both live and work.

The … Read More

Startup Aims to Help the Autistic Community

July 14, 2013 |

There are many entrepreneurs in Arizona, and though this is not a “high-tech” startup, this inspirational story is one to be told…it’s about a man who didn’t let his disability inhibit an opportunity to start a business.

Matt Cottle, … Read More

Xerocraft Co-working Space Expands to 4,400-Sq. Ft.

July 10, 2013 |

After being cramped in a 900-square foot facility for over three years, Xerocraft, a Tucson-based, non-profit, co-working space for makers and tinkerers are stretching their legs and moving into about a 4,400 square foot facility in downtown Tucson to … Read More

Coffee Houses – The Creative Catalyst

May 31, 2013 | 2

Coffee shops have long been associated with the creative class. They are places where people congregate to hold meetings, catch up with old friends or other activities spurred by sipping stimulant-infused beverages. The coffee culture is growing in Phoenix, … Read More

London-Inspired Feast On The Street Lands In PHX

April 10, 2013 |

A piece of London is making its way to Phoenix, bringing Phoenicians a taste of downtown culture through artistic games, festivities and a very long dining table. London-inspired Feast on the Street, presented by the Arizona State University Art Museum and … Read More