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More Love for Santa Fe

Santa Fe and local hospitality businesses are basking in love this week thanks to the voters in Condé Nast Traveler’s 32nd annual Readers’ Choice Awards. Based on survey responses by 600,000 people, The City Different is Number 2 on the list of Best Small Cities in the U.S. (after Charleston, S.C.). Inn of the Five […]

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Tumbleweeds, Beloved Community Resource, on the Market

Tumbleweeds, an early and mid-childhood development magazine loved by parents and educators, is now on the market. Long-time owner Claudette Sutton is ready to move onto her next projects after decades of growing the publication into a staple resource for northern New Mexico families. Listed at $95,000 with a cash flow of $50,000, this home-based […]

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Leadership Santa Fe

Leadership Santa Fe helps up-and-coming leaders develop high-level management skills and connects them to key players in Santa Fe’s business and policy spheres. Participants delve into challenges facing the city and actively engage in the process of creating solutions. The program takes place every year between September and May and consists of 12 sessions, about […]

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What’s It Worth? 9 Key Factors for Business Valuations

Do You Need a Business Valuation? Whether you’re buying or selling a business, a business valuation is a necessary step in the process. You might be more familiar with the term “business appraisal.” These two interchangeable terms describe a complicated process used to determine what a business is worth. There is no “cookie cutter” way to do this. […]

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Business Buyers Can Leverage SBA Lending

Finding the money to start your own small business can be a challenge.  Over the decades, countless people have turned to the Small Business Administration (SBA) for help.  A recent Inc. Magazine article, “Kickstart Your Business Dreams with SBA Lending,” by BizBuySell President, Bob House, explored how SBA lending can be used to the buyer’s […]

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Ghosting Haunts: 6 Tips to Protect Your Reputation in the Labor Market

It’s normal to think about interview etiquette when you’re going up for a position, but what about when you’re making the hiring decisions? In a recent Wall Street Journal article, reporter Sue Shellenbarger points out the significance of employer conduct during the selection process. It is important to think about how you treat potential employees. […]

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8 Tips to Get and Keep Good Employees

“I can’t get good employees.” How often have you heard this from small business owners? Cultivating a good team is an essential challenge. Here are some tips for attracting and retaining good employees:  Model integrity. Say what you’ll do, then do what you say. Always be respectful to employees and customers, even when you’re angry. […]

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Less Risky Business: Buy a Business

In a recent Harvard Business Review article, Harvard Business School professors Richard S. Ruback and Royce Yudkoff advocate for more aspiring entrepreneurs to pursue their goals by buying a business. They site concern over risk as the most common explanation for shying away from acquisition. They further argue that these concerns are short sighted and […]

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Michael Greene: Witness to the Birth of NM Dining

 

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New owner of Garcia Street Books aims to offer what online sellers can’t: relationships

Sam Goldenberg & Associates shepherded Jean Devine into Santa Fe’s beloved Garcia Street Books.   By Justin Horwarth | The New Mexican Jul 10, 2017 The new owner of Garcia Street Books is banking that an old formula, encouraging customers to browse, will help the independent bookstore survive in the age of Amazon’s Kindle and […]

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