Arizona Small Business Association
Since 1973, ASBA has been working hand-in-hand with Arizona businesses to help them achieve amAZing results that exceed expectations. Over 3,400 business members statewide count on ASBA to connect them to the right opportunities and resources, including affordable health and workers' compensation insurance, up-to-date educational workshops and dynamic networking events. A membership fee of $125 provides access to the most cost-effective and comprehensive range of resources, supports and services available to Arizona small business today. ASBA has been ranked as the number one professional association by The Business Journal's Book of Lists from 2004-2008. For more information, please call 602.306.4000 or visit ASBA.com. Join ASBA. Be amAZed®.
Arizona Tooling & Machining Association
Executive Director: Chris Mignella
The Arizona Tooling & Machining Association (ATMA) is the Arizona Chapter of the National Tooling & Machining Association (NTMA). The ATMA is a trade association comprised of over 150 regular and associate member companies located throughout Arizona. The Arizona chapter was formed in 1972 and is one of 49 state chapters. Our industry supplies the necessary precision tooling and machining for such vital industries as defense, automotive, aerospace, medical, appliance, business machines, electronics, agricultural implements, ordinance, transportation, environmental, construction equipment, nuclear, and many, many more. Like the NTMA, the ATMA endeavors to help member companies to achieve business success in a global economy through advocacy, advice, networking, information, programs and services. For more information on the ATMA, please visit http://www.arizonatooling.org.
Association for Corporate Growth
Founded in 1954, the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) is a global association for professionals involved in corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions. Today ACG stands at more than 13,000 members from corporations, private equity, finance, and professional service firms representing Fortune 500, Fortune 1000, FTSE 100, and mid-market companies in 53 chapters in North America, Europe, and Asia.
The Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce
Acting CEO: Kerwin Brown
The mission of the Greater Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce is to improve the economic development of our business entrepreneurs and the communities for which we serve. The GPBCC serves as the corner stone for educational training, resource programs, resources and economic growth opportunities with a specific emphasis on "Business In Action".
Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
President/CEO: Lea Marquez Peterson
The concept for a Hispanic chamber of commerce in Tucson was first developed by Rico Sotomayor, a former Minority Business Enterprise program director of the City of Tucson. A reception for local community representatives and members of the Phoenix-based Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce inspired the formation of a local chapter. On May 18, 1989, the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (THCC) was incorporated in the State of Arizona.
The initial founders of the THCC were Fredrick Palafox, Pablo Ortiz, George Lopez and Augustine Garcia. The original purpose of the corporation was to provide, promote and advance, on a nonprofit basis, the general welfare and prosperity of the Tucson area, so that its citizens and business community could prosper.
The mission of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is to advocate for and provide services to help grow our members' businesses.
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