"The business environment in Yuma County and the City of Yuma we found to be very receptive. They are almost like partners with you, making sure your business is able to get what is needs, go through the proper regulatory processes, but do it in a very timely fashion."
Yuma has been a good place to live and a good place to work for about 45 years now. We found it to be a pretty fertile soil for business to grow in. The business has grown and my family has grown and it has been a good launching pad for both."
"There are many things important to a company when researching possible cities to build new or relocate in. Location to our markets, quality of workforce, and quality of life were among our long list of desires. We found all of these important qualities in Yuma."
"We found working with the Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation to be a very positive experience. The entire community welcomed AMI and provided timely information and resources to aid AMI in choosing Yuma for our new manufacturing facility. We chose Yuma because of the many benefits it offered. Not the leaset of which were the easy access to interstate transportation, availability of land and labor, and its friendly and welcoming community."
Michael Caporale, Jr.
"The more we found out about the Yuma market, the more excited we were about the opportunity. We knew we were in the middle of a growing and maturing transportation hub. I think Yuma is going to be one of the true success stories in the next decade in the state of Arizona."
"One of the greatest advantages that Yuma has is the people. I think we do have a good untapped resource for the workforce. The work is "opportunity". You can get out of this community what you put into it."
"Greater Yuma EDC did an excellent job by providing meeting space, touring prospective real estate options, supplying in-depth knowledge of labor and demographics of the area as well as assisted in working through the intricacies of the government agencies. The staff's understanding of the governmental programs helped Johnson Controls secure development and training incentives from City, County, and State agencies."