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Tucson-based firm hopes to take passengers up to space

April 24, 2014 |

If you have ever imagined what it would be like to travel to space, it may soon become as easy as hopping in a balloon for a quick ride to the galaxy. Tucson-based Paragon Space Development Corporation has announced plans … Read More

Any dude can do it – startup Cookstarter launches interactive and simple cooking app

April 23, 2014 |

Cookstarter, a brand new app created by Tucson resident, Ben Butterworth, and developed by Y Media Labs, is an interactive cooking experience that has simple-to-read instructions, macro size photos and videos, audio instructions of what you are making and categories … Read More

ASU Startups to Showcase Learning Tech at ASU+GSV Education Innovation Summit

April 22, 2014 |

Spring is upon us and Arizona startups are in full bloom as ASU+GSV host the fifth annual Education Innovation Summit April 21st through 23rd.

This summit encompasses a whirlwind of tech innovators of all kinds, from entrepreneurs and investors to philanthropists, politicians, educators, … Read More

Southwest Maker Fest starts March 22

March 7, 2014 |

The first ever Southwest Maker Fest will take place on March 22 in downtown Mesa and the organizers are taking the “maker” movement to heart as they prepare for the event.

“There is a strong group of organizations and individuals … Read More

Fast job growth forecasted for Arizona and western states

March 3, 2014 |

Arizona is forecasted to have one of the fast job growths in the United States, according to an USA Today article quoting an IHS Global Insight report.

The article credits Arizona’s growing technology sector for the growth, as well as … Read More

Governor Brewer VETO SB1062 – that discriminatory bill!

February 24, 2014 | 1

Arizona Tech Beat strongly opposes SB 1062 and encourages Gov. Jan Brewer to VETO the destructive legislation. Not only does the bill encourage discrimination, but would be harmful to Arizona’s thriving tech sector.

Arizona businesses have worked hard … Read More

Startup Stat Coordinations: Saving Time, Money and Lives

December 3, 2013 |

As a flight nurse since 2004, founder and CEO Ryan Heck of Stat Coordinations, LLC, has been involved in transporting patients from smaller hospitals to larger hospitals in order for patients to receive a higher level of care. Heck began … Read More

GPS Insight Takes Silver in Best in Biz Awards

July 26, 2013 |

The leading technology provider of GPS fleet tracking software, GPS Insight, was named the silver award winner in the Enterprise Product of the Year category for the Best in Biz Awards 2013 International.

The independent business awards program recognizes … Read More

Tim Sullivan CEO of MicroVentures Speaks at The Skool Startup Bootcamp

May 4, 2013 | 1

The Skool Startup Bootcamp, founded by Jose Caballer, is a two-day educational program that brings leaders from the local-to-national tech space to share advice and stories about building a business, and offers a series of workshops to fine-tune ones’ business … Read More

Lessons I’ve Learned – Pat Sullivan

April 29, 2013 | 1

Pat Sullivan, founder and former CEO of ACT! and SalesLogix, one of the “80 most influential people in marketing history,” by Sales and Marketing Management magazine, two-time winner of the Ernst & Young “ Entrepreneur of the Year” award and … Read More