New Mexico Business Coalition is excited to announce our next BASH (Business and Social Hour) Event in Albuquerque on July 11th!

Ask an applicant if they are a convicted felon on a job application?  The timing of such a question could be a violation of NM employment laws. 

Roger Nagel, the Managing director of Nagel CPA’s LLC, is a highly qualified financial professional with over 30 years of experience. Nagel CPAs excels in helping small businesses, non-profits and families solve financial, accounting and managerial problems

Last year the 25 year old North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (or NAFTA) was modernized and updated to better reflect the changing economic and technological landscape of today’s economy and trade policies. Half a year later, the American people are still waiting on a decision from our law makers. 

According to data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, Lea County was the No. 2 oil-producing county, just behind North Dakota's McKenzie County, while Eddy County was ranked 6th.

New Mexico Business Coalition is proud to feature local 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

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.

NMBC has been working with President Trump's staff in support of the USMCA (U.S. Mexican - Canadian Agreement) and have a great opportunity to participate in a conference call TODAY at 12:00 noon.hursday.  You must RSVP (info below) to be on the call.  

 

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. 

 

We are proud to feature Business Coalition members 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 Palvos Panagopoulos

The New Mexico Business Coalition (NMBC) has grown over the past ten years into a formidable, outspoken advocate for pro-business public policy, elected officials and candidates who agree New Mexico needs to be business friendly. 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. 

One of the key elements in a brighter future for New Mexico 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

Last night the NM Senate voted to pass HB 85 Union Security Agreements, Rep Ely. That, in and of itself, was really no surprise. If you follow the money, you know before many things happen in Santa Fe what the expected outcome will be. 

Sylvia Bokor asked New Mexico Business Coalition to share the following with the public:

"On July 19, 2018, Sylvia Bokor died from cancer of the lungs. Her ashes will be scattered in the Rose Garden at Sunset Memorial Park or some other location chosen by the Ayn Rand Institute. According to her wishes, no memorial services will be held.

I deeply enjoyed my time in New Mexico and meeting lots of it's citizens - kind, thoughtful and considerate. I greatly hope that all the work that I and other grassroots supporters of Right to Work did will not have been in vain. I encourage all those who want a more prosperous state to continue their work!

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