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New Gallup Poll Shows “Small Business Owners Would Do It All Over Again”

With SGA’s own highly informal survey based on chatting with our past Santa Fe business buying clients, New Mexico appears aligned with these national trends. Small-Business Owners Love What They Do, Despite the Economy A new Gallup poll shows that eight of 10 small-business owners would do it all again if they could. May 22, 2014 […]

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Congratulations to SBA’s 2014 New Mexico Small Business Award Winners

With Small Business Week (May 12 – 16, 2014) just wrapped up, we wanted to acknowledge the winners of 2014’s New Mexico SBA small business awards. Thank you all for your hard work and for making New Mexico a better place for the small business owner. Small Business Week Winners Include a Family Restaurant Veteran […]

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SAM GOLDENBERG & ASSOCIATES APPOINTED THE SUNBELT NETWORK’S EXCLUSIVE AFFILATE FOR NEW MEXICO

Santa Fe Business Brokerage Sam Goldenberg & Associates (SGA) Expands to Service the Entire State Santa Fe, NM, May 15, 2014–Sunbelt® (www.sunbeltnetwork.com), the world’s largest network of Main Street and Lower Middle Market business intermediaries, finalized an agreement with Michael Greene, president of Sunbelt’s northern New Mexico affiliate Sam Goldenberg & Associates (Santa Fe, www.SamGoldenberg.com) […]

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Super Downtown? Albuquerque Business First reports on the City of Albuquerque’s ambitious plans

Damon Scott Reporter- Albuquerque Business First May 5, 2014 If the city’s Downtown Albuquerque plans coalesce as hoped, could the real and perceived barriers between the corridor and East Downtown melt away? Last week, the city announced a slew of plans to revitalize Downtown. Those plans include an attempt to harness the momentum and opportunity […]

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Farmington May Become the Next Arts & Cultural Districts in New Mexico

An interesting article recently appeared in the Farmington Daily Times discussing a movement just getting underway to make Farmington one of New Mexico’s Arts & Cultural Districts. Farmington artists, business owners consider New Mexico Arts and Cultural District designation Joining program could increase tourism, revitalize downtown, officials say April 22, 2014 By Hannah Grover, The […]

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The Pros and Cons of Being Your Own Boss

Running your own business is not just another job; it’s a lifestyle. With employers demanding more and giving less, many consider the trade-off worth it. What one person perceives as a burden, another relishes as an opportunity, but this is not to say that owning and running your own business is necessarily for everyone. We […]

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Biz owners eager to buy, sell

Damon Scott for Albuquerque Business First October 18, 2013 Michael T. Greene, the president of one of Santa Fe’s most established brokerages, Sam Goldenberg and Associates, said he closed 10 small business transactions in the third quarter. Greene said people who have been wanting to move to another area of the country are doing so, […]

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Business broker helps bring new entrepreneurs to Santa Fe

Dennis J. Carroll for The Santa Fe New Mexican November 19, 2013 It’s the qualities of the city cited by McBride — that its special lure often turns visitors into residents — that makes Santa Fe unique in its ability to attract new businesses and new owners for old businesses. “Some people want to buy […]

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Slew of Santa Fe Restaurants Have New Owners

Slew of Santa Fe Restaurants Have New Owners Damon Scott for Albuquerque Business First October 24, 2013 Restaurant-rich Santa Fe has seen a bevy of eateries sell, close or change hands in recent months. Santa Fe’s Atomic Grill, a longtime favorite of downtown’s late-night crowd, has been sold to new owners. Michael T. Greene, the […]

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