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With a surging innovation ecosystem and a $3 million Arizona Innovation Challenge, Arizona attracts global corporations and forward-thinking start ups.
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Ranking seventh lowest in average workers compensation costs, sixth lowest in property taxes, and second lowest in unemployment insurance tax.
Poised and ready to meet your project needs, the state's workforce is abundant, talented and young.
Arizona has created a minimalist regulatory environment by cutting red tape and by repealing overly burdensome regulations.
Arizona is immediately accessible to three of the world's largest economies -- California (#9), Texas (#13) and Mexico (#14).
Arizona has among the lowest corporate and individual income tax rates in the nation, lowering your cost of doing business.
From an unsurpassed number of sunny days to snow skiing, Arizona’s quality of life is second to none.
Job Training grants reimburse up to 75% of eligible training expenses for employers creating new jobs.
The Quality Jobs tax credit offers up to $9,000 of Arizona income or premium tax credits spread over a three-year period for each net new quality job.
The Qualified Facility program offers a refundable income tax credit equal eligible companies making a Capital Investment to establish or expand a Qualified Facilities.
CDC provides Transaction Privilege Tax and Use Tax exemptions at the state, county and local levels, on qualifying purchases of CDC Equipment.
Arizona is home to more than 1,200 small- and large-scale aerospace and defense companies.
With a focus on cutting-edge innovation and next-generation advancements, Arizona excels in high-tech and innovative industries.
Arizona is the #1 Alternative Energy Industry Leader and among the top ten Solar Energy Manufacturing Leaders.
Arizona is home to one of the fastest growing bioscience industries in the U.S.
Arizona is home to one of the country's major photonics product market geographic clusters.
Industry leaders such as Intel, Microchip, Honeywell, Raytheon, JDA Software, Frito Lay and Insight all manufacture in Arizona.
Arizona has one of the most climatologically stable states in the U.S. - one reason the state is home to more than 50 major data centers.
Arizona actively engages its entrepreneurs with strategic programs to assist in their expansion. The Arizona Innovation Accelerator Fund (AIAF) program is one example of this strategic support. The AIAF program provides debt financing to expanding Arizona businesses that need resources to capitalize on market opportunities.
With Governor Jan Brewer, the City of Phoenix and the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA), Silicon Valley-based Gigya, the Connected Consumer Management Suite, announced today it has selected Arizona as the site of its corporate expansion after a multi-state competitive process.
Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), financial partner to the innovation sector and the premium wine industry, is expanding its operations to Arizona, creating hundreds of well-paying, financial sector jobs in the state over the next few years. SVB will open a new IT and operations facility in Tempe in 2012 to support its continued growth.