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The Gilbert Town Council AZCares Subcommittee has recommended that $18 million be allocated to support Gilbert businesses as part of the #GilbertTogether Business Recovery Program. This three-phase program focuses on supporting the relief, recovery, and resiliency of...
Gilbert is the second-safest city in America among the 100 largest in the nation, according to the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program’s 2019 report released this week.
Whether you’re joining the real-estate business or just looking for a place to call home, it’s important to get a handle on the housing markets you’re considering before investing in a property.
A disinfectant wipe manufacturer leased 85,000 square feet in Gilbert for a new manufacturing facility that will house about 200 employees and include $10 million in capital investment.
Footprint has snared some huge clients for its big idea: plant-based food packaging that’s biodegradable, yet durable enough to perform like plastic. Its bowls, trays, straws, six-pack rings, and other packaging are being used or tested by giants like McDonald’s, Tyson Foods, and Molson Coors.
Gilbert is among the top-ranked places in the country to call home according to Money’s 2020-21 Best Places to Live rankings.
National League of Cities Small Business Economic Resiliency Conference Featuring Phoenix East Valley Cities September 29 and 30
Gilbert, AZ - The City of Mesa and Towns of Gilbert and Queen Creek will host a virtual conference focused on identifying new strategies and practices for supporting small businesses, developing resiliency, and promoting equity and inclusion in small business...
The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS), the first instrument for NOAA’s next polar-orbiting weather satellite, arrived at Northrop Grumman’s spacecraft facility in Gilbert, Arizona, last week to be integrated with Joint Polar Satellite System 2 (JPSS-2).
What makes for a great city for women entrepreneurs? It’s a city where women have the means, opportunities, and support to start their own business. It’s a city where they are surrounded by other women entrepreneurs and where they earn the same as their male counterparts for the same work (which in much of the U.S. is still not a given). It’s also a place where women can hire from a community that champions them.
Developer, SB2-VB, LLC continues to move full steam ahead with its highly anticipated Live+Work+Play project, Verde at Cooley Station in Gilbert. On Tuesday, the developers announced three new tenants to their modern main street community.