- American City Business Journals•18 days ago
LinkedIn is considered the ubiquitous platform to build meaningful business relationships, but Manhattan-based entrepreneur David Olk believes he has something better to offer. The company, of which Olk is co-founder and CEO, curates small group gatherings for working professionals to meet, eat and network. Voray is up to 20 dinners per month, Olk says, and is in the process of expanding to other cities.
- American City Business Journals•25 days ago
Job market improves: See where Phoenix is grabbing and losing workers from and who is moving to New York and Silicon Valley
Hiring is up in the Phoenix job market and nationally, according to new data Wednesday from LinkedIn and ADP (ADP). LinkedIn tracked hiring and the job market via looking at changes in jobs by its 133 million workers and the 20,000 companies with profile pages. In Phoenix, hiring was 13.7 percent higher in March compared to March 2016, according to LinkedIn.
- American City Business Journals•last month
Some examples of companies looking towards greener – and cheaper – pastures include San Francisco-based companies like Weebly, who opened a satellite office in Phoenix and Gusto, which opened up a Denver office. Some cities and states have included sweeteners like tax incentives to lure companies out of the Bay Area bubble. Driven by increasing headaches caused by traffic and housing costs, workers are fleeing the region as well.
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