DPJ is encouraging those that attended CenPhoCamp to tweet their thoughts on the event. We’ll post the responses here, in hopes that the discussions continue and connections are furthered.
The truth is, we represent people who aren’t moving toward the next buck or the next city, to which it’s more important to raise living values than financial values.
CenPhoCamp, an unconference on January 23, is designed to allow small businesses to help small businesses.
For five years, Downtown Voices Coalition has helped change the face of Downtown. Now, they’ll take a look back on their progress as well as glimpse into the future of our neighborhoods.
CES Bound will be at George & Dragon pub in Phoenix on Saturday, January 2 for a lovely little meet-up full of beer, free swag and good old nerdy conversation.
On December 17, Jeff Moriarty discussed how social media can reveal Phoenix’s hidden personality at the Phoenix Community Alliance’s annual membership meeting.
Not only was Greenbuild an opportunity to promote the virtues of shopping locally, it was also an opportunity for Local First Arizona to connect with many green-business owners in Arizona.
The discussion at RadiatePhx events usually centers on the great things happening around Central Phoenix. This time, RadiatePhx wants to hear what you don’t like about living in Downtown Phoenix.
The Downtown Phoenix Historic Building & Warehouse Tour was a great experience that highlighted a few of the many hidden assets of Downtown Phoenix.
Those interested in the future of the city of Phoenix met at Hanny’s last week to mingle with city planners in attempts to gauge what will happen here over the next 40-odd years.