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Happy New Year from Growth Nation

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The Arizona International Growth Group (AZIGG), an arm of Phoenix marketing firm Growth Nation (, put out a brief look at events in Arizona that businesses might want to consider in 2014.

For instance AIGG will sponsor an event featuring three Arizona based global business leaders who will share business tips to help others be successful. The event on February 3rd will feature Kyle Walker of Green Card Fund, Bob Bingham of Little Gym International and Simer Mayor of Valor IT.

The same week on February 5 during “Canada Week” there will be an evening of celebration and global business networking. The free event will be held at DIRTT and is free for AZIGG members and people connected with DIRTT, KeatsConnelly, Canada Arizona Business Council, Growth Nation and other companies.

January 26-28 is the 7th annual VerdeXchange in Los Angeles. Several business and government leaders from Arizona will be featured. VerdeXchange is a mix of sustainability, international and community planning.

The 2nd annual VerdeXchange Arizona is set for May 1-2. Sign-up begins January 20. There will be a VIP reception April 30 in Phoenix.

Thanks to the Chairmen and CEO sponsors of AZIGG Growth Nation, Snell and Wilmer, CQ Coach, Thunderbird Online and Poisnelli for supporting global growth for Arizona’s international companies and organizations.



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