Ak-Chin: The Opportunity That Lies Beyond

There are many reasons why companies looking to relocate or expand are attracted to Arizona. National rankings place Arizona #2 in the U.S. for workforce training, quality and availability while maintaining one of the lowest costs for labor in the nation. Arizona also ranks #1 for start-up businesses and #1 in higher education opportunities with a network of esteemed state universities, private and community colleges feeding the labor pool with young, highly educated talent. Read more

Agribusiness Grows in Native Environment

On the southern tip of the Greater Phoenix area in the heart of Arizona’s growth corridor, a small Native American tribe is offering a big opportunity to start-up operations or businesses looking to expand or relocate. Sprouting from Arizona’s agricultural core and the tribe’s own heritage with its Ak-Chin Farms enterprise, the Ak-Chin Indian Community has committed itself to economic diversification in the development of its industrial park, Santa Cruz Commerce Center. Read more

Ak-Chin’s Early Him-Dak Grows a 21st Century Business Philosophy

How do growing corn, cotton and potatoes prepare you to compete in a 21st century business environment? In the case of the Ak-Chin Indian Community, it’s all a matter of their Him-Dak. Read more

The Bottom Line for Leasing at Ak-Chin is Substantial Savings

Business owners, CFO’s and facilities managers are constantly looking for ways to reduce their company’s capital outlay and annual operating costs. If a company is looking to expand or relocate their business, this goal becomes a defining factor. That’s why leasing in a native environment like Ak-Chin’s Santa Cruz Commerce Center might be the best financial decision. Read more

Are the Savings Worth the Effort of Locating on Tribal Land?

Many site locators and facilities management executives know that locating on tribal land can mean substantial savings on taxes and operating costs. Still, many perceive that working with a tribe is a long, arduous process. Read more