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Gilbert’s EZ Spaces opens – a collaborative co-working space for small businesses

March 25, 2014 |

If small business owners are tired of working from home or coffee shops or are tired of paying for office space they do not need, EZ Spaces might be the answer.

EZ Spaces, which is located in Gilbert, gives people … Read More

ASU Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group wins Economic Development Initiative Award

September 24, 2013 |

The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group (EIG) at ASU has been recognized with the Most Promising Technology Based Economic Development (TBED) Initiative award presented at this year’s State Science and Technology Institute Excellence (SSTI) in TBED Award ceremony at their 17th … Read More

Startup Flicksea to disrupt the film critic industry

August 28, 2013 |

When film critics David Edelstein of NPR, Dana Stevens of Slate or Kenneth Turan of Los Angeles Times talk, the public listens, but does the audience always agree? How many times have you read a review about a movie and … Read More

Medical Referral Source acquired for 11.5M by The Advisory Board

August 15, 2013 |

A Tucson-based technology startup Medical Referral Source was recently acquired by a Washington, D.C.-based consulting firm The Advisory board Co. (NYSE: ABCO) for $11.5 million.

Medical Referral Sources is an innovative, high-growth company that provides doctor-to-doctor liaison/referral services between … Read More

Tucson Named “Hot Spot” by Entrepreneur Magazine

August 2, 2013 |

Tucson has been named one of the “New Hot Spots” for entrepreneurs by Entrepreneur Magazine. Featured in the August 2013 issue, Shane Reiser, co-founder of the Startup Genome, wrote about Tucson’s unique “entrepreneurial conveyor belt.” The article discusses the … 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

The Rise of 3D printing

April 10, 2013 | 3

The growth of 3D printing in the Valley is accelerating and innovators are doing what they can to make sure the country’s 13th largest metropolitan area does not miss out on what some are calling the new industrial revolution.

Co+Hoots Collaborates with Greater Than Coffee at Their New Location

February 7, 2013 | 1

Traditional workspaces have been drastically changing. Many people now work from home, telecommute, work in public spaces, or in collaborative offices. All of these modern workplaces depend on collaboration, teamwork, and flexibility that is drastically different from the traditional … Read More

AZ Furnace: An Innovative Startup Accelerator Founded By The State’s Premiere Research Institutions

July 26, 2012 |

The trend towards startup incubation is heating up in the Valley. AZ Furnace is the newest player to hit the scene, and they bring some heavy-hitting talent and resources. They are founded by local industry mentors and bring the … Read More

Announcing AZTechBeat’s First Sponsors

June 8, 2012 | 1

I’m happy to announce AZTechBeat’s first sponsors. If you like the type of content you see on AZTechBeat.com, help support our sponsors when possible.

Kelly / Warner Law – Attorneys specializing in Internet and Business Law.

Growth Nation – … Read More