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New Mexico capital connector responds to new environment

When the educational and networking nonprofit Coronado Ventures Forum launched in 1994, most professional equity investments in New Mexico were being made in lab spinoff companies -- those formed to commercialize technology developed at one of the … more

Series on creating connections: Wrap-up Part 2

More examples of creating connectionsKnowing a person's name: When we know a person's name, it immediately creates a unique connection. In the workplace, if we greet a customer by name it creates … more

SBA accepting nominations for national small business awards

Know a small business or business owner that deserves some extra recognition? The U.S. Small Business Administration New Mexico District Office is looking for nominations for its 2018 National Small … more

Business puts Angel Fire on craft brewing map

Steve and Shelly Larson are restless entrepreneurs. And they don’t tend to think small. The couple own and operate the well-regarded Pub ‘n Grub restaurant in Angel Fire. This spring, they branched out into the world of craft brewing by … more

Quick ratios help businesses take financial pulse

Operating a successful business requires attention to numbers, especially to basic financial ratios derived from the business's financial statements. more

Business brief: It's all in the brand

Learn about logo design and branding from graphic designer and illustrator Anna Magruder at the next Taos Entrepreneurial Network Tuesday (April 17) from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. at the Old County Courthouse … more

Business brief: Ask a lawyer event sponsored by State Bar

New Mexico residents, including those in Taos County, can get their legal questions answered free or receive a referral from 9 a.m. to... more

Sipapu's owners to operate Utah ski area

James Coleman, managing partner of Mountain Capital Partners, recently announced that he is entering into an operating agreement with Skyline Mountain Base to manage and operate Nordic Valley Ski … more

Business briefs

Romero Rainey to helm ICBAThe Independent Community Bankers of America has named Centinel Bank Chairman and CEO Rebeca Romero Rainey as the Washington, D.C.-based association's future president and CEO. Current President and CEO Camden Fine will … more

Taos' Salon X makes national magazine

Salon X, 226 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, was touted for their services in a list of salons worth visiting in a recent issue of Sophisticate's Hairstyle Guide. more
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