1. On a new Thrive Arizona, Host Zach Yentzer chats with Sarah Fire of The Schoolhouse of Rock about the therapeutic and community benefits of music. For more about The Schoolhouse of Rock, visit their website at Thrive Tucson is a conversation series with the innovative and fascinating entrepreneurs that make Tucson the vibrant city it […]
    Aug 21, 2019
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  2. On a new Thrive Arizona, Host Zach Yentzer chats with Nicole Dahl of Hotel McCoy. Nicole discusses reinventing the hotel into a mixed-use space that appeals to a whole new generation of travelers. For more about Hotel McCoy, visit their website at Thrive Tucson is a conversation series with the innovative and fascinating entrepreneurs that […]
    Jun 28, 2019
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  3. Thrive Arizona Host Zach Yentzer sits down with Stephen Paul, founder of Hamilton Distillers, the creators of the enormously successful Whiskey Del Bac. Paul talks about keeping all the operations in-house and how to build a successful and sustainable business. For more about Hamilton Distillers, visit their website at Thrive Tucson is a conversation series […]
  4. Zach sits down with RBar founder Brian Cornelius on this week’s Thrive Tucson. In 2011, Brian started creating healthy snack bars in his kitchen after discovering the secret to a good health bar: The essentials. After years of impressive growth, RBar continues to feature seven or fewer ingredients, so you know you’re getting the real […]
  5. Anyone who’s experienced a summer in Tucson knows the seasonal exodus that occurs each year, leaving the city a virtual ghost town. While locals tend to enjoy the sudden shift to peace and quiet, the slow season isn’t ideal for members our local business community, who often suffer dips in the summer. As a result, […]
  6. Theresa Delaney, founder of Creative Tribe, joined Zach on this week’s Thrive Tucson. Creative Tribe was founded in 2015 to provide a space for creatives to share ideas and deepen relationships through unique workshops ranging from cooking demonstrations to crafts. Theresa discusses the early days, when a last-minute decision sent her back to Tucson and […]
    Apr 9, 2019
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  7. For Theresa Delaney, the road to the future led her out of Tucson. Or so she thought. A recent graduate of the University of Arizona, Theresa eagerly packed up her belongings and headed west to San Francisco to be part of the explosive entrepreneurial scene. But once she hit the road, she found herself having […]
  8. The past decade has seen an explosion of growth among women-owned businesses both in Arizona and across the US, creating a more diverse and inclusive economy. According to the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, women-led firms in the US grew by 58%  since 2007, compared to businesses overall at 12%, while contributing over $3 trillion […]