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Albuquerque’s Vibrant Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Hosts ESHIP 2020

This month, Albuquerque is hosting the 2020 ESHIP Summit, a gathering of “entrepreneurial ecosystem builders – leaders connecting communities together to accelerate entrepreneurship – who seek to build more inclusive, sustainable local economies.” This systems approach to fostering economic vibrancy connects people, resources, and institutions to foster collaborative growth and innovation. “During the ESHIP Summit, […]

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Resilient Albuquerque Businesses Adapt and Thrive

Congratulations to Albuquerque small businesses! According to a recent study conducted by e-commerce company Square, Albuquerque’s Main Street businesses ranked Number 1 in increased rate of e-commerce adoption following the COVID-19 outbreak. The ranking signals Albuquerque businesses’ agility and grit. “We’re inspired every day by the ingenuity of small businesses in the face of a […]

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Albuquerque “Surging” Ahead: Top 50 Cities to Start a Business in 2020

Quite the week for Albuquerque, which made the Top 50 U.S. Cities for Starting a Business in 2020, according to a study conducted by Inc. and entrepreneurship researchers Startup Genome. These “Surge Cities” leverage local assets, human capital, and development strategy to drive success, with interesting lessons to be learned in each case. Entrepreneurship through […]

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Find Work-Life Balance in Albuquerque

More accolades for Albuquerque! The Duke City ranks 11th for work-life balance in American cities. A recently published study compared cities across data representing work intensity, societal/institutional support, and city livability in order to determine where people do—and do not—enjoy well-rounded lifestyles. This is a handy compilation if you’re involved in site selection or debating […]

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Millennial Money

New Mexico is moving up in the ranks of states for millennials to live, according to WalletHub—all the way from last place to second to last place! The penultimate spot does not tell the whole story, though. Albuquerque is a pretty great place for millennials, in fact. The low cost of living, proximity to gorgeous […]

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ABQ Ranked in Top 10 for Affordable Cities and Cities to Build Wealth

Albuquerque was recently ranked America’s ninth most affordable city by Move.org. The comparison of 75 major U.S. cities considered the following factors: Rent for a 1-bedroom apartment Utilities (electricity, water, etc.) Internet Gasoline Food (groceries plus occasional restaurant meals Rounding out the top ten were El Paso, TX; Lincoln, NE; Toldeo, OH; Wichita, KS; Louisville, […]

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11 Reasons to Do Business in Albuquerque

In more #AlbuquerqueAscending news, economic development and media company Livability lists 11 reasons why ABQ is the perfect place to do business. “The Southwestern city is witnessing an entrepreneurial renaissance with the help of startup-friendly culture, excellent universities and a great cultural scene for that ever elusive work-life balance. Albuquerque’s tech scene is so vibrant […]

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Albuquerque Ascendant: ABQ Ranks in Top Ten Cities for Economic Growth Potential

Albuquerque ranks in the top ten large-size metro areas in the country for economic development potential, according to site selector publication Business Facilities. It’s a great time to buy a business in Albuquerque—or sell a business and move on to the next Big Thing! Albuquerque was ranked ninth. Topping the list were Atlanta, GA and […]

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At the Xitech Closing

Congratulations to Matt Baker and Troy Shepard for their acquisition of Xitech Instruments, Inc. 

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Albuquerque Ranks 5th as a Place to do Business

Looking at Albuquerque business opportunities? According to KPMG, the Duke City is a bargain. The Big Four auditing firm recently released its 2016 “Competitive Alternatives Study.” Albuquerque came in fifth among the 18 mid-sized cities reviewed. “Albuquerque, at 94.4, showed strong results in all aspects of labor costs. While it ranked third for total labor costs, […]

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