Scottsdale Arizona

Scottsdale Arizona Design Gallery Wins by quotes

Scottsdale Arizona Kitchen Design Gallery Wins Second Place in THERMADOR Freedom Collection Design Contest.

SECOND PLACE: Johan Bolle – Scottsdale Arizona

Johan Bolle, a principal of EuroDream Kitchens & Design Gallery, created a luxuriously modern kitchen for his Scottsdale client. He utilized European-style cabinetry in a Wenge finish, manufactured by Notle Küechen of Germany. Bolle explored several design options but kept encountering space limitations with a traditional side-by-side built-in refrigerator. By incorporating the Thermador Freedom Collection columns, the overall kitchen now offers more functional space and flow. This was an important criteria for the client, who travels frequently for work, yet likes to relax when home by cooking a fabulous meal.

To read and view more about Johan Bolle and EuroDream Kitchens & Design Gallery

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THERMADOR and THERMADOR Freedom Collection are registered trademarks.

Press Release (PDF)


Cold Calling by quotes

Cold Calling

The old school approach to cold calling goes something like this: “Hi! My name is Roger, I am from Xyz Company, and I am here to sell you something today.

Read the rest of this article from Scottsdale resident Roger Simpson – “The 4 Minute Phone Man” – a Telephone New Business Development Consultant and Phone Coach here:

Cold Calling

Solicitation Opportunities by azhttp

Thank you for your interest in doing business with the City. Listed below

are ADDITIONS since last publication. There are currently 14 solicitations

out to bid.


To view additional Construction and Non-Construction opportunities visit:

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****Architect/Engineering/Construction Management****

Currently there are no NEW requests available.

To view all current Request for Qualifications visit:

To view information regarding planning and design phases, and status on

construction projects visit:

****Construction Projects****

Currently there are no NEW solicitations available.


08PA014 – Purchase of Stihl chain saw loops for the Fire Department.

Due Date: 12/11/07, 2:00 P.M., Local Time

Contact: Karen Burleson, 480-312-5716


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Preliminary Applications Submitted the Week of Sept 4, 2007 by azhttp

703-PA-2007 – Development Review for Studio Bravo at 4255 N. Brown Ave.

Request: facade and exterior changes to this building; relocate dumpster and screen with new screen wall

704-PA-2007 – Development Review for CCB-2 at 4169 N. Craftsman Court.

Request: reconstruction project that will make full use of the 3 levels, primarily gallery and office space.

705-PA-2007 – Preliminary Plat request for Scottsdale Equestrian Land

Holdings subdivision at 8020 E. Dynamite Blvd. Request: develop the property into seven single family lots.

713-PA-2007 – Development Review for remodel at 3712 N. Scottsdale Rd.

Request: Remodel the façade and the entire exterior of the building, including resurfacing techniques, rusted steel accents and a recessed covered walkway.

718-PA-2007 – Development Review/Use Permit for State Highway Pima Freeway

SR 101

18308 N. Pima Rd. Request: set up a concrete batch plant, material crusher, construction lay down area as well as parking for employees on a ten acre parcel that would be on a short term lease from the state.

Change to Scottsdale Sign Code by azhttp



Residents and interested parties are invited to provide input on proposed

changes to Scottsdale’s sign code:

Tuesday, September 11, 5-7 p.m. at the Community Design Studio, 7506 E.

Indian School Rd.

Proposed Change: Update sign code to move sign regulations for the

Commercial Office zoning district from the residential to commercial


Case Fact Sheet available at:

How to Attract, Hire and Retain Baby Boomers by quotes

(and why you should want to)


Tuesday, September 11, 7:30-9am



– or-


Thursday, September 13, 7:30-9am

Scottsdale Community College Business Institute



Calling all human resource professionals, hiring managers and business owners!

Looking for great employees?  The secret to your talent acquisition challenges may be in hiring and retaining baby boomers – a generation that is 78 million strong.  Because the cohort of 44 million Gen Xers isn’t nearly a large enough to fill all the positions baby boomers now hold, companies must get creative with their hiring strategies or face dire staffing consequences.  This workshop will explore many myths about boomer workers and why leading-edge boomers make excellent, low maintenance employees.  Find out what boomers really want (and it isn’t always money!), how to attract them to your company and how to get them to stay on the job past traditional retirement age. 


The workshop will be facilitated by:

Fred Ricker, Corporate Outreach Consultant, Scottsdale Boomerz, with over 21 years senior management experience working with major organizations such as IBM, CSC Consulting, W.W. Grainger, Inc., Johnson & Johnson, 3M, Abbott Labs, along with health care providers such as UCLA, Stanford University Medical designing, and implementation of “human capital investment” programs focused on attracting, hiring, training, and development of company human resources.  He is a strong advocate for the value of hiring “boomers” in organizations seeking an evolving recruitment avenue/strategy.

Chris Payne, Human Resource Specialist, Scottsdale Boomerz, with extensive experience within private and non-profit organizations to enhance their corporate cultures and improve their business.  He is the Principal of Dance With The Wind Consulting, but prior to that, Chris held executive positions in Human Resources at Telecommunications, Biotechnology, and Defense firms in the Southwest, serving as a change agent in times of unprecedented growth.  His technical experience includes organizational foundation-building, team start-up, management coaching, performance management systems, mediation, and leadership skills training. 

Cindy Cooke, Executive Director, Scottsdale Boomerz



  •, 4747 N 22nd St. #100, Phoenix (September 11)

  • Scottsdale Community College, Business Institute, 14350 N. 87th Street, Scottsdale (September 13th)


Fee:  Free


To register, click here.

For more information on any of these programs,

call 480 423-6188 or


Scottsdale Job Network (SJN) by quotes

How to Sell Your Value as a Job Seeker.

Meeting Notice for July 17, 2007 meeting.

Scottsdale Job Network (SJN) is a group of job seekers and others volunteering their time to help them in their career transitions.

The group attracts speakers from industry, technology, government, finance, coaching and recruiting to discuss job search fundamentals including developing a marketing plan, writing a resume, networking and interviewing.

The value of the SJN lies in the skills, business networks and personal passions of our members. Membership is open to everyone willing to share their skills and anyone interested in local networking or in need of employment transition support. Attendance is required at one meeting to become a member.

Meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays, 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM at Temple Chai, 4645 E. Marilyn Road, Phoenix, AZ 85032.


Guest speaker: Jack Lindsley, Sandler Sales Institute, How to Sell Your Value as a Job Seeker”

All people, including prospective employers, make judgments about us early in the conversation. Learn how to communicate with a prospective employer in a way that will have them doing a “sales job” on you instead of you on them.


Scottsdale Job Network (SJN) is a non-profit community group of business leaders and volunteers. We are not a job placement forum, and we do not match candidates to openings nor do we send resumes to employers or recruiters. There is no guarantee of employment either directly through this group or as a result of association with SJN. We do, however, provide education in the job search process and all attendees have the opportunity to meet and work with people who offer support and guidance during employment transition.  


Voice-mail: (480) 513-1491

Thank you,


Bill Austin, Scottsdale Job Network Board Member
AZhttp, Inc.