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City Alive is where leaders & orgs join forces to grow our economy. We work together, finding new & innovative ways to help homegrown businesses succeed.
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Albuquerque has workforce talent - just ask of . We especially have that talent when the private sector takes a lead. Read more:
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talks about the private sector’s responsibility to educational outreach and mentorship: | Shared from
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City Alive Nov 18
Honoring , we're revisiting stories & videos from who have inspired us. We'll start w/ Alex Horton: "Being a parent, it really ties into being a business owner: the structure, work constant caring. I mean, you’re caring for your business like it’s a baby."
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Creative Startups Nov 12
Fantastic feature from our friends at on the great work that Sisters Kitchen is doing to support local food systems, build community, and provide employees with a living wage.
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Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Expo Nov 14
Don't miss the last of the year! We are partnering with fantastic collaborator . We are hosting a Job-Off on 12/19 for companies who are actively growing. They will have 75 seconds to tell you why you should work for them! Register @ .
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Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Expo Nov 13
Our next is on December 19 at . The business community is growing rapidly, so at our next E3 we are showcasing a handful of local businesses! Register today! Thank you to our sponsors -->
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ABQ Comm Foundation Nov 14
We are proud to be a part of this work bridging the racial wealth gap. Thank You SU3 ABQ team!
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City Alive Nov 14
A recent study makes the case for systemic changes in New Mexico’s $10+ billion dollar food and agriculture industry to preserve our state’s agricultural legacy. Learn more:
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City Alive Nov 7
The food and agriculture industry creates over 50,000 jobs statewide & generates over $10 billion in revenue. A recent study by student Shraddha Kunwar highlights the problems that farmers in New Mexico face and what we can do to solve them:
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Robin Brule Nov 7
Learn more about the critical work Lee Francis is leading! Let’s get the story of and Red Planet out on the national scale! Thank you for sharing this important work.
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City Alive Nov 7
What are the contributing factors that determine the neighborhoods with more upward mobility in ? out of has some answers for Albuquerque:
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City Alive Nov 6
New business incubator to open in the Northeast Heights via
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Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance Nov 6
We love what Three Sisters Kitchen is doing to promote healthy foods, fair wages and community in - Read more h/t
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NativeWomenLead Nov 6
- we are so@excited about what is possible!
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City Alive Nov 5
Three Sisters Kitchen is taking a different approach to the restaurant business. This nonprofit food space is exploring a no tip, full benefits model, where servers make 40% more than the average wage.
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Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Expo Oct 31
Here it is! Create your profile on our website today!
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Elizabeth J. Reynoso Nov 3
Thnx for covering this panel where talked about providing access to credit that recognizes the power of those embedded deep w/in a community, working outside of a financial institution thru Co-Op Capital
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City Alive Nov 5
Go Lee! Getting the story of and Red Planet out on the national scale! Thank you for sharing this important work.
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City Alive Oct 25
Want to learn about what resources are most helpful to tech entrepreneurs? Hear directly from , founder of , to learn what worked best for his startup.
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Viante New Mexico Oct 23
"Albuquerque is the ninth best large-size metro area in the country for economic growth potential, according to site selector publication Business Facilities."
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