Big ideas and friendly discourse on full display at last Thursday’s Millennial BASH (Business and Social Hour). The discussion between Gus Pedrotty and James Clarke at the Millennial BASH was…
Over the last three years the Permian Oil Basin that spans Southern New Mexico and Texas has become the busiest oil field in the country, boasting an astonishing 4 million…
Joe Maez’s career in real estate began in 2004, after returning from a deployment to Iraq, and has since grown to become New Mexico’s number one real estate team for the last three years.
In the early days of President Trump’s term, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) presented policy makers with a list of regulations they wanted addressed or rewritten. Now, two years later, the administration has modified, delayed, or done away with 85% of those regulations to the great benefit on American manufacturers.
New Mexico Business Coalition is proud to feature member businesses and the work they do within the community by providing jobs, products and services that improve the quality of life for New Mexicans. This week we feature Summit Electric Supply
County Commission Chair Maggie Hart Stebbins and Vice Chair Debbie O’Malley introduced a new business-related bill this week that would require employers to grant sick leave to all employees, including part-timers and seasonal employees – at least 1 hour for every 30 hours worked.
Technology firm Intel cited New Mexico’s “overall business climate” as one of the reasons for adding 300 new high paying jobs to the Rio Rancho facility.
Crime rates in Albuquerque have long been a metropolitan issue, but affect the business environment statewide. The Albuquerque Journal points out just how jarring the stats are with a headline that reads “In Bernalillo County: 114 people shot in 112 days.” While the crime rate is lower in other parts of our state, these types of headlines impact the view of our state and whether or not businesses choose to relocate or open here.
The New Mexican oil and gas industry continues to do great work for our state. In spite of increased levels of natural gas consumption nationwide, the U.S. greenhouse gas emissions have fallen to their lowest levels since 1992. New Mexico's oil and gas industry is making incredible progress in reducing methane emissions as production surges in our own portion of the Permian Basin - the world's top producing oilfield and some of the highest natural gas production in the country.
Over the past decade, New Mexico Business Coalition (NMBC) has grown into a formidable, outspoken advocate for pro-business public policy, fiscal responsibility, and elected official accountability. One of key elements of a brighter future is great businesses that provide the jobs, products and services that improve the quality of life for all New Mexicans. NMBC is glad to profile some of those businesses.