Arizona Technology Council - Arizona Technology Council Releases Results of Arizona Policy Benchmark Survey
2008 MAR 31 - (VerticalNews.com) -- The Arizona Technology Council released results of an Arizona survey assessing the public opinion of a range of Arizona public policy issues.
The new survey suggests that Arizonans are split on the question of whether the state is going in the right direction (45 percent) or has seriously gotten off on the wrong track (40 percent). The majority of Arizonans (47 percent) describe the state economy these days as good, while 38 percent describe it as not so good and 12 percent describe it as poor ...read more
Arizona Technology Council - Arizona Technology Council Champions Research and Development Income Tax Credit
2008 MAR 17 - (VerticalNews.com) -- In a move that underscores its unrelenting support of Research and Development (R&D) income tax credits, the Arizona Technology Council announced that it is championing the passage of Arizona State Senate Bill SB1434 and Arizona House of Representatives Bill HB2653 today. The matching legislation is designed to stimulate innovation and foster global competitiveness in Arizona based firms.
"Make no mistake, Arizona must compete with the rest of the world," said Steven Zylstra, president and CEO of the Arizona Technology Council. "Arizona policy makers made several important decisions in recent years to help foster an innovative environment. They now have the opportunity to support a policy that will strongly encourage the very activity at the center of innovation--research and development. ...read more
Arizona Technology Council - The Arizona Technology Council to Host Wine & Wii Event
2008 MAR 10 - (VerticalNews.com) -- The Arizona Technology Council announced that it will host a charity event to benefit Junior Achievement of Arizona. The first annual "Wine & Wii(TM) Event" will be held from 5:30-8:30PM on Thursday, April 3 at Moon Valley Country Club in Phoenix.
The event, which is expected to attract members of Arizona's business community and other VIPS, will feature Wii(TM) stations in which attendees will compete against each other for fun and prizes. The event will also feature a silent auction and Wii raffles, with all net proceeds to benefit Junior Achievement ...read more
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