Right to Work Arizona’s Economy Impresses Companies

Companies are investing in Arizona as a result of its Right to Work laws. And we’ve got four of the most recent investments here to prove it. Three companies will soon be adding new locations within the state. These are Sendoso, Funko, and PowerPhotonic. Meanwhile, BioProcure is expanding in Chandler. Altogether, these four great companies will create a total of 1,505 new jobs for the states. So this is exciting news!

Read on to learn more about each investment.


BioProcure is expanding soon in Right to Work Chandler, Arizona. As a result, they plan to create 185 new jobs over the next few years.

“We are very excited for the launch of our new office in Chandler, Arizona. […] Chandler, Arizona was the perfect fit.” […]

“BioProcure’s expansion highlights Arizona’s reputation as a national bioscience leader. […] The company’s Chandler office will bring dozens of skilled jobs to Arizona, contributing to Chandler’s vibrant technology and innovation landscape. We are grateful to BioProcure for their commitment to Arizona, and we look forward to supporting their operations now and in the future when they establish their permanent office.”



Sendoso is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Phoenix, Arizona. As a result, this will create 1,000 new jobs!

“We are absolutely thrilled to expand our footprint in Arizona and support job growth.” […]

“We are excited to welcome Sendoso’s new office and corporate headquarters to Phoenix. […] Sendoso’s decision to relocate from California to Arizona showcases the state’s attractiveness as an epicenter of technology with continued industry growth while creating hundreds of jobs.” […]

“There are a growing number of companies making a hybrid return to the office. We’re happy to see Sendoso deepen its roots in the region, relocating its corporate headquarters to Phoenix. […] Greater Phoenix offers an opportunity for tech companies to grow and thrive. We look forward to being a partner in their continued success.”



Funko is adding a new distribution center in Right to Work Buckeye, Arizona. This will create 300 new jobs as a result!

“We’re excited to bring Funko to Arizona with the opening this month of our nearly one million square foot facility in Buckeye. […] The demand for Funko products globally is as high as it’s ever been and the company recently surpassed a billion dollars in revenue for 2021. The consolidation of several warehouses to one single facility will better improve our customer experience and maximize growth opportunities as our business scales.” […]

“Funko’s new distribution facility in Buckeye highlights Arizona’s strategic location with access to major world markets. […] We are grateful to Funko for choosing Buckeye as the site of their main distribution facility in the U.S., creating hundreds of jobs and furthering Arizona as a logistics destination.”



PowerPhotonic is adding US headquarters soon in Right to Work Sahuarita, Arizona. This will create 20 new jobs as a result!

“I am delighted to announce this very significant milestone for PowerPhotonic on our journey of rapid expansion into the U.S. market. […] Our U.S. customer base is keen to see PowerPhotonic establish a strong U.S. presence and Southern Arizona is an excellent choice for an advanced optics company because of the strong optics community in the region.” […]

“PowerPhotonic’s manufacturing facility in Sahuarita highlights Arizona’s attractiveness as a semiconductor destination. […] We are grateful PowerPhotonic is establishing its first manufacturing facility in the U.S. in Arizona, bringing quality jobs while driving further economic activity in Southern Arizona.” […]

“We’re thrilled that PowerPhotonic chose the Tucson region and the Town of Sahuarita as the site for its U.S. headquarters, with high-paying jobs in engineering and manufacturing. […] Headquartered companies become ingrained into the fabric of a community and create demand for support industries, which in turn attracts other companies. The ripple effect will be felt across our economy.”


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