Over the past five years, Tucson has continued to grow and expand as a hub for millennials and entrepreneurs of all ages. If you've considered joining the start-up crowd, now is a terrific time to put your best foot forward, take a risk, and dive in. A good first step is to apply for a business license. Joel Peterson, Revenue Administrator for the City of Tucson, … [Read more...]
Be a part of the Tucson business scene. Attend mixers and meetings. Find a job. Start your own biz.
Tucson is a city with magnificent mountain views, a mild climate, lots of sunshine, and active, friendly people. We have a world-renowned university, a thriving culinary arts scene, acres of stunning landscape for hiking + biking, and a robust downtown. We have much to be grateful for. Even so, there are certainly areas for growth and improvement. Residents, political … [Read more...]
High on the tenth floor of the City Hall building, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild greets us with a welcoming smile. He opts to have our meeting in a conference room instead of his spacious office - sitting "around the table" with us as opposed to behind his desk. This choice is indicative of his demeanor - approachable, unpretentious. A Tucson native, Rothschild is clearly at … [Read more...]
Applications are now available for arts and crafts vendors of handcrafted items and food vendors for the two-day Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair to be held November 24-25, 2012 from 9:00am to 4:00pm in Reid Park. The fee is $90 for a 10' x 10' arts and crafts space and $130 for a food vendor space. The event will be located west of the DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center in … [Read more...]