National Manufacturing Day is observed annually on the first Friday in October, but NMBC will be celebrating New Mexican Manufacturing throughout the month of October! These manufacturers create jobs through entrepreneurship, and their competitiveness revitalizes American manufacturing and ingenuity.
The Department of Energy’s Deputy Secretary, Mark W. Menezes will be joining NMBC here in Albuquerque for a discussion with local energy and manufacturing leaders as well as elected officials. Deputy Secretary Menezes will be speaking about New Mexico’s critical role in America’s energy independence and the future of NM’s energy industry.
Join NMBC president Carla Sonntag as she discusses the good, bad and ugly that came out of the 30 day New Mexico legislative session. We will touch on priorities and policy, the 2020 elections and the path forward for creating a thriving business environment for all New Mexicans.
Business and Social Hour (BASH) held at the Merrion Oil & Gas site in Farmington, this event fostered a discussion to new create opportunities to harness the vast natural gas resources of the Four Corners area. The event’s discussion was led by Mark Robeck from the U.S. Dept. of Energy.
Why is New Mexico rated as the ‘worst-run’ state in the latest edition of Rich States, Poor States and what can be done about it? Rich States, Poor States co-author Johnathan Williams and special guest Sandoval County Commissioner Jay Block discuss this issue and more.
The NMBC BASH (Business and Social Hour) themed ‘Engaging the Community in Energy’ featured keynote speaker Tim Dunn, businessman extraordinaire, philanthropist and founding board member of Citizens for Self Governance, along with everything else you know and love in a BASH.
Business and Social Hour (BASH) event featuring several elected/appointed officials including several New Mexico senators and representatives. The event was held at the Albuquerque Country Club on November 14.