A Flagstaff company is at the forefront of a new idea that could make solar technology more accessible and affordable. Three local entrepreneurs recently launched Plug and Play Solar Kits of Arizona. It is one of a handful of companies nationwide that are selling solar panels that don’t need to be installed by a professional […]
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Mobile banking arrived at Coconino Federal Credit Union on Sept. 19, making it the very first local bank to offer the service. Jennifer Harris, president and CEO of the credit union, is excited about the new technology. “Mobile banking allows our customer members to access their accounts 24/7 from their cell phones,” she said. “They […]
April 19 5:30 p.m. Join other technology minded Flagstaff residents who get together every month to share the latest news and happenings in social and technology. This month’s host is Fizz Bath Shop at http://www.fizzbathshop.com. For more info search #FlagUp on Twitter.
If Jim O’Neill, author of The Growth Map, is correct and good things can come from crisis, we are in for a doozy of a future based on the last couple of years alone. Unlike many books on the post-economic apocalypse, O’Neill’s is refreshingly upbeat. Yes, China and countries like India and Brazil are gaining […]
Mar. 15 Plaza Bonita 1551 South Milton Road, 5:30 p.m. Join other technology minded Flagstaff residents who get together every month to share the latest news and happenings in social and technology. This month’s host is Fizz Bath Shop at http://www.fizzbathshop.com. For more info search #FlagUp on Twitter.
Mar. 21 6:00p.m. at Kickstand Kafe. Join us for the next Flag Tech Talk entitled “Running Your Business on a Shoestring Budget” presented by Bret Carpenter. This discussion will be all about how to run the technology part of your business on a shoestring budget. If you are a start up or an establish […]
Flagstaff-based, Motor Excellence is continuing to shift its focus toward new applications and technology licensing. The company recently announced an additional force reduction as part of its transition plan started in November 2011. An additional 10 Full-time positions have been terminated. According to Jon Mrkonich, Motor Excellence (ME) president, the transition requires the company to […]
Craig Van Slyke, associate dean for Academic Programs at the John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University, has been selected as the dean of The W.A. Franke College of Business at Northern Arizona University, effective July 1. Van Slyke said NAU’s focus on increasing access to undergraduate education and the potential for growth […]