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Technology/ Social Media

Megan Prichard General Manager, Uber   Can you imagine a world where there are less cars on the road, vehicle accidents are less frequent, and parking lots are beautiful areas of community gathering rather than storage for our cars? We can. The promise of a shared, electric and autonomous future is core to our mission…. Read more


Technology/ Social Media

Dan Mayes Senior Vice President Management & Analytics, Offerpad   “Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” John F. Kennedy Over the past decade, we’ve seen consumerization have an incredible impact on everything from devices to services. In that very short… Read more


Technology/ Social Media

Suzanne Kinney President & CEO, NAIOP Arizona   The Internet. Big data. Virtual reality. Machine learning. Blockchain. Crowdfunding In the past, these technology terms were not part of the vernacular in the commercial real estate (CRE) community. How times have changed. With the quickening pace of innovation and the growing sophistication of investors and occupants,… Read more


Technology/ Social Media

Paul Ohanian Founder & CEO, Scottsdale Wealth Planning Inc.   I have been watching the sharp rise in the market value of bitcoins over past months with cautious curiosity and the intense media coverage and public reaction with great interest. While cryptocurrencies have historically held niche appeal with digital enthusiasts and people who believe the… Read more


Technology/ Social Media

Mark Stapp Fred E. Taylor Professor of Real Estate and Executive Director, Masters of Real Estate Development, Arizona State University, W.P. Carey School of Business     “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”  R. Buckminster Fuller The impact of technological… Read more


Technology/ Social Media

Steve Zylstra President and CEO, Arizona Technology Council   The financial technology (Fintech) sector is among the most promising and fastest growing in today’s technology landscape. More than $50 billion has been invested in nearly 2,500 Fintech companies since 2010. Arizona businesses are actively participating in the growth of Fintech by offering a diverse range… Read more

The State of Arizona’s Technology Sector

Market Update, Technology/ Social Media

Steve Zylstria President & CEO, Arizona Technology Council   In 2016, Arizona’s technology sector has arguably seen its most successful year-to-date. The state has more jobs in technology; our educators are focused on teaching science, technology, engineering and math (STEM); and there are positive signs for increased venture capital opportunities. Looking ahead, the Arizona Technology… Read more

Arizona is a Top-Tech Job Generator

Special Interest, Technology/ Social Media

Steve Zylstria President & CEO, Arizona Technology Council   If you live here, you probably haven’t noticed but Arizona has one of the hottest technology job markets in the country right now. There’s nothing particularly unique about how Arizona is adapting to technology as compared to other tech hubs. It’s just that “information technology” (IT) is… Read more

Technology: Niche Websites

General Real Estate, Technology/ Social Media

Russ Scheetz Founder and Owner, Open House Hunters Educator, Arizona School of Real Estate & Business   Over recent years, the real estate industry has discovered firsthand that technology is changing the way to conduct business – and it’s just the beginning of advancements ahead. Keeping up with technology is now a key factor of… Read more

I Only Have A Few Seconds – The Impact of Technology to Your Business

Technology/ Social Media

By Tricia Covert   It’s no surprise – we’re living in a mobile revolution. Take a look around at a restaurant, concert, park or basically anywhere; people are online all the time. A major shift has taken place in our society in the way we receive, accept and search for information – and in how… Read more

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