The Robb Group, LLC worked closely with the City of Prescott and the State of Arizona to bring Eviation Electric Aircraft to Northern Arizona.
Jim Robb has come onboard to Katalyst, a start up that will change Satellite operations for the future.
A group of visionary members have formed Center for the Future LLC, a Limited LiabilityCorporation with the mission to create a profitable hub for innovation, local job creation for our young people and an attractor for companies to locate satellite offices providing employees and their families with a great quality of life in the greater Prescott region. The Robb Group has been involved since the concept.
Vince will be head of the Cyber Security Division for GSIS, who signed a contract with Embry Riddle and is using their Security Students on State and Global Projects.
Fostering capital investment and facilitating business incubation for high tech industries is the answer to bringing high paying jobs to Quad Cities workers and halting the “brain drain” of intellectual capital to the outside world, according to local visionaries managing the transition.
The Robb Group Founder and Board Member Jim Robb attended Prescott' first forum on Smart Cities, facilitated by students from Yavapai College.
The company Cyber Intelligent Partners (CIP), of which Jim Robb serves as a Board Member, just agreed a strategic partnership with Hidetoshi Azuma, CEO of Japanese start-up, RESILIENCE JAPAN.
More than 50 techies from across the area connected at Eightfold Technology’s office suite to discuss the future of technology in the area at the first NATA open forum.
Escape the heat and head up north for this two-day event that gathers business owners, presidents and CEOs for speakers, workshops, keynote presentations, golf, winetasting and networking.
Northern Arizona is an ideal location to retain talent and avoid the churn of employees that some of the larger tech hubs are experiencing. To that end, a partnership is being developed with the City of Prescott and Prescott Valley, regional developers, existing tech companies and the University.
Prosperity, globality, diversity, humanity, and creativity were just a few of the themes of the 11th annual Arizona Technology Council (AZTC) CEO Leadership Retreat Summit, presented by Slavic401K.
For years the Arizona Technology Council has been trying to gain members from the Prescott area to help grow our technology community.
Not too many organizations can claim that one of its members is home to the College of Security and Intelligence, which trains professionals — cyber and otherwise — to work at the national and international level. And not too many cities can claim it’s home to this college.
Earlier this week the Daily Courier released an article regarding the departure of three local leaders in economic development and the impact it is taking on the Prescott area.