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Coffee and Start-Ups

 May 25  9:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Join in casual conversations between current and potential entrepreneurs plus business assistance providers from Northern Arizona at Coffee and Start-ups. Coffee and Start-ups meets the last Friday of every month at coffee shops throughout Flagstaff, AZ. Event is free and open to the public. No registration required.

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Entrepreneurial Networking Opportunity

April 27 Coffee and Start-Ups: Campus Coffee Bean, 9:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Join in casual conversations between current and potential entrepreneurs plus business assistance providers from Northern Arizona at Coffee and Start-ups. Coffee and Start-ups meets the last Friday of every month at coffee shops throughout Flagstaff, AZ. Event is free and open to the public. […]

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United Way seeking Tax Assistance Volunteers

 Every year, residents of Coconino County forfeit an estimated $4 million in Earned Income Tax Credits because they either don’t know they’re entitled to tax credits, or they don’t file tax returns with the IRS. A family with three qualifying children can claim as much as $5,751 through the Earned Income Tax Credit. With tax […]

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Pepsi Amphitheater Raises $12k For Shadows Foundation

The Shadows Foundation, who is hosting a celebrity golf tournament August 27 and 28, got a major boost from the Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill. Organizers helped raise $12,000 for the Shadows Foundation of Flagstaff, an organization that provides assistance to those financially affected by life-threatening disease. Moments before Sheryl Crow took the stage Thurs., […]

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Governor Updates Fire Strategy

Governor Jan Brewer spoke with President Barak Obama about the Wallow Fire and firefighting efforts.  She also did an another ariel tour of eastern Arizona. Brewer is announcing, per the issuance of the Emergency declaration and guidance, the Arizona National Guard has taken all necessary action to support fire crews in their efforts to contain […]

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State Offering Flood Prevention Funding

Properties impacted by flooding downstream of the Schultz Fire burn area, may see the benefits from state financial assistance. Governor Jan Brewer today announced plans to allocate $305,000 to Coconino County to aid in its recovery from flood damage caused by the Schultz Fire of June 2010, as well as to mitigate future flood damage […]

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Coffee Talk

May 27  Coffee Talk: A gathering for Northern Arizona business owners or potential entrepreneurs.  Join in casual conversation and receive business assistance from local providers.  White Dove Coffee Shop   2211 E. 7th Avenue.  9:00a.m. -10:30a.m.  Sponsored in part by NACET, the Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.

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Communicating Great Expectations

A common question we are asked when coaching managers and supervisors is how to give feedback. While feedback skills are critical, in many instances, it is only a temporary fix to a greater issue impacting morale, employee commitment, creativity, innovation and potential. Often, when managers are asking for this assistance, they are currently faced with […]

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