The 23rd Annual Celebration of Fine Art is in full swing. As a Chamber member, you are invited to enjoy a 2 for 1 Season Pass! Purchase one Pass, bring a friend for FREE and you’ll both enjoy unlimited admission through March 24, 2013. Open daily 10 am to 6 pm. Located on the SW corner of
Hayden Rd and Loop 101 in north . The place where art lovers and artists connect! Learn more at www.celebrateart.com. Scottsdale
Thursday, January 24, 2013
Thursday, January 3, 2013
The In Business Magazine Education Means Business Event is a gathering of business professionals, educators, decision makers and leaders. The program includes an in‐depth business discussion with our Panel, who are the top business and education leaders in the Valley. The symposium‐style event will include a gourmet lunch, a keynote speaker and participation by each Panelist in attendance. Attendees will have an opportunity to mingle with the Panelists at a VIP reception prior to the program.
The goal of the Symposium is to answer questions relative to the skills gap that Arizona is experiencing and what education and business are doing to fill that gap. Invited Panelists include: Ann Weaver Hart (University of Arizona), Robert Sarver (Western Alliance Bancorporation), Superintendent John Huppenthal (State of Arizona), Sue Clark‐Johnson (Morrison Institute), Patrick Burkhart (Mesa Community College), Dr. Eugene Giovannini (Gateway Community College), Glenn Hamer (Arizona Chamber), Susan Carlson (Arizona Business & Education Coalition), Don Smith (SCF Arizona), Steven Zylstra (Arizona Technology Council) and others.
Date: Friday, January 18, 2013
Location: Arizona Biltmore Resort, The Grand Ballroom
Time: 11:15am to 1:30pm
CLICK HERE for complete details
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Each year, EVCCA produces a report on the legislative priorities, which lists initiatives that have the most significance to East Valley businesses. The report outlines the legislative priorities for calendar ear 2013. The priorities include: Ballot Reform; Federal Health Care Implementation; Education Funding; Unemployment Benefit Reform; and Tort Reform.
CLICK HERE to download the full report.
Business owners in the East Valley need not feel helpless about government influence on their business. There is no excuse for ignorance. Each of us has the opportunity and responsibility to understand the issues and to get out and vote.
For additional info, please contact Terri Kimble, President/CEO of the Chandler Chamber of Commerce: (480) 963-4571.
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