The Eller Partnerships Office received recognition at the Chandler 100 event for its outstanding contribution to the City of Chandler, as acknowledged by the Chandler Chamber of Commerce. The Chandler 100 event serves as the chamber’s platform to commend and celebrate leading businesses that contribute to the prosperity and community-focused ethos of the city. Local Chandler business attendees gathered to commend each other and listen to speakers, including Terri Kimble from the Chandler Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Kevin Hartke of the City of Chandler, and Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs.
The organization featured in this year’s top 100 have showcased steadfast dedication to innovation and prosperity. Their impactful contributions have played a pivotal role in establishing Chandler as the Innovation and Technology Hub of the Southwest. Chandler has been recognized as the #16 Best City for International Business by Financial Times, among other notable accolades.
“We are honored to be recognized by the Chandler Chamber of Commerce. Engagement with the business community in Chandler is important for Eller College of Management and we have many strategic corporate partners and many alumni in Chandler. We are excited to grow this relationship,” says Anastasiya Ghosh, associate dean of the Eller Partnerships Office.
The Chandler Chamber of Commerce serves as the forward-thinking advocate for businesses in Chandler. Focused on fostering a favorable business environment, the Chamber aims to attract new enterprises, facilitate the growth of existing businesses, and is dedicated to providing valuable membership opportunities and benefits.