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New Mexico Ranked Fourth Best State for Startups

18 Nov, 2015
A recent study from the U.S. Census Bureau, released earlier this fall, found that New Mexico is the fourth best state for business start-ups having experienced 2.5 percent startup company growth.

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In early fall 2015 Governor Susana Martinez announced that Rural Sourcing, Inc., an Atlanta-based information technology services company will, create 125 new well-paying positions in Albuquerque
2 Nov, 2015
Kiplinger, a Washington, D.C.-based publisher of business forecasts and personal finance advice, recently listed New Mexico number eight on their list of the “10 Best States to Live In for Low Taxes.”
27 Oct, 2015
Comcast Cable, one of the nation’s leading providers of communications, entertainment and cable products and services, announced in July that it will expand its Albuquerque operation to accommodate the needs of the bilingual market
6 Oct, 2015
Lavu, Inc., a point-of-sale (POS) software company born in Albuquerque, is expanding their operation to handle an increased volume of new business
24 Sep, 2015

Message from Cabinet Secretary Jon Barela

Jon Barela is the Cabinet Secretary for the New Mexico Economic Development Department. He was appointed by Governor Susana Martinez in 2010 and unanimously confirmed by the state Senate. In 2015, he was reappointed by Governor Martinez and unanimously reconfirmed.

Under Secretary Barela’s leadership, private-sector job growth has reached its highest level in nearly a decade, New Mexico’s unemployment rate has dropped 3 percentage points and state’s private-sector jobs have grown by 2.4 percent.  New Mexico has moved from 50th in job growth in 2011 to the top 20 in private-sector job creation.