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OEF award to fund impactful outdoor experiences for local youth | Feb 22, 2024

TableTop Coop gets $25K grant to set up food hub | Feb 21, 2024

Cinelease Picks New Mexico For Major Expansion | Feb 20, 2024

Third New Mexico film partner to be based in Las Cruces | Feb 16, 2024

State Awards Funds To Increase Food Security In New Mexico | Feb 16, 2024

State Awards SBIR/STTR Grants To 7 Innovative Businesses Including Palladias Of Los Alamos | Feb 14, 2024

State announces innovation, technology transfer grants | Feb 13, 2024

7 startups throughout New Mexico land state matching innovation and technology grants | Feb 13, 2024

Lasers and AI: ‘Innovative’ New Mexico firms receive tiny taxpayer-funded grants | Feb 13, 2024

Cinelease Studios Expands Albuquerque, New Mexico, Operations | Feb 13, 2024

Cinelease announces $95M expansion of Albuquerque site | Feb 12, 2024

Albuquerque Regional Economic Alliance: Cinelease Picks New Mexico for Major Expansion | Feb 12, 2024

Cinelease Studios plans $95M expansion in Albuquerque | Feb 12, 2024

LEDA funds help Clovis cannabis company expand | Feb 12, 2024

State announces food security grants | Feb 12, 2024

Turnkey Ventures Establishes Roswell, New Mexico, Operations | Feb 9, 2024

Clovis manufacturer becomes first cannabis company to receive state LEDA funds | Feb 8, 2024

New Mexico marijuana manufacturer Vana gets grant from state | Feb 6, 2024

Vana Expands Clovis, New Mexico, Operations | Feb 6, 2024

Clovis-based cannabis company gets help from the state | Feb 6, 2024

Lights, camera, action: New Mexico’s film industry on the rise | Feb 6, 2024

Creating space: Film industry continues push for more soundstages in New Mexico in 2024 | Feb 5, 2024

Cannabis grant providing 11 ‘high-paying’ jobs | Feb 3, 2024

New Mexico film leaders discuss opportunities for future film workers | Feb 2, 2024

CNM Ingenuity’s ninth annual Ski Lift Pitch event | Jan 29, 2024

New Mexico film industry poised for record-breaking year | Jan 28, 2024

Calgon Carbon Corp. Picks New Mexico For Expansion | Jan 22, 2024

New Mexico Film Office: Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Cruces Make MovieMaker Magazine’s ‘Best Places’ Rankings | Jan 21, 2024

State announces January job training awardees | Jan 21, 2024

Pittsburgh firm buys Bloomfield companies; move may help ‘diversify New Mexico’s economy’ | Jan 19, 2024

First 2024 Job Training Awards Announced | Jan 18, 2024

Japan-Based Calgon Carbon Plans Bloomfield, New Mexico, Operations | Jan 18, 2024

At the top of a good list: New Mexico and the film industry | Jan 18, 2024

Santa Fe once again called best small city to live and work as a filmmaker | Jan 18, 2024

Calgon Carbon Company to invest $94 million in New Mexico | Jan 17, 2024

Activated carbon manufacturer to open up shop in Bloomfield | Jan 17, 2024

Carbon technology company announces expansion into New Mexico | Jan 16, 2024

Mark Roper Named NM EDD Acting Secretary | Jan 16, 2024

Growing an industry: New Mexico Film Office economic impact study shows strong growth and return on investment | Jan 15, 2024

Mark Roper appointed as Acting Secretary of EDD | Jan 12, 2024

Governor names new Economic Development Department acting secretary | Jan 10, 2024

Mark Roper named acting New Mexico EDD secretary | Jan 10, 2024

Mark Roper Named State EDD Acting Secretary | Jan 10, 2024

Farmington bicycling advocacy group receives $40,000 grant from state | Jan 9, 2024

Outdoor Equity Fund grants support for Youth Programs | Jan 4, 2024

New Mexico film tax credit costs over $20,000 per full-time job, study shows | Jan 2, 2024

Film office study says tax credits more than pay off | Jan 2, 2024

Outdoor Recreation Division announces $1M for outdoor equity | Jan 1, 2024

Children’s Museum, Girls Inc. get outdoor equity grants | Jan 1, 2024

Bernalillo County awarded $410k to improve Dolores Huerta Gateway Park | Dec 30, 2023

New Mexico Film Office On Economic Impact Of Tax Credit | Dec 30, 2023

New Mexico Film Tax Credit Delivers Strong Economic Returns | Dec 29, 2023

New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division Awards $1 Million Funding To Organizations And Tribal Communities | Dec 29, 2023

Grant awarded to Bernalillo County for South Valley Park enhancements | Dec 28, 2023

Belen MainStreet Partnership receives $1.69 million for project | Dec 28, 2023

New Mexico dishes out over $1 million in Outdoor Equity Fund grants | Dec 27, 2023

New Mexico grants $1M for outdoor equity in 12 counties, 5 tribes | Dec 27, 2023

ORD Awards $1 Million In Outdoor Equity Funding | Dec 27, 2023

Valle de Oro Urban Wildlife Refuge gets over $250K to improve access and connect trails | Dec 26, 2023

New Mexico organizations receive state funding to improve outdoor youth programs | Dec 26, 2023

State grants $1M to support getting New Mexican youth outdoors and educating about conservation | Dec 26, 2023

Valle de Oro Urban Wildlife Refuge sees boost in funding for improved access | Dec 25, 2023

Bernalillo County secures $256,962 grant for Valle de Oro Urban Wildlife Refuge access | Dec 22, 2023

New Voices • New Mexico screenwriting incubator marks second successful year | Dec 22, 2023

Shalem Colony Trail park gets funding | Dec 22, 2023

New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division Awards Another $1.74M For Outdoor Infrastructure | Dec 22, 2023

New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division Awards Another $1.74 Million In Trails And Infrastructure Grants | Dec 22, 2023

New Mexico awards $1.75 million in outdoor infrastructure grants | Dec 21, 2023

New Mexico Film Office Celebrates Second Year Of Screenwriting Incubator ‘New Voices • New Mexico’ | Dec 21, 2023

Dona Ana County receives $85K grant for outdoor, recreation infrastructure | Dec 20, 2023

Outdoor Recreation Industry Continues To Bolster State | Dec 19, 2023

NM Department of Economic Development wants to attract more businesses to the state | Dec 18, 2023

NM Economic Development Department looks to draw more businesses to state | Dec 18, 2023

New Mexicans to Know: Amber Dodson sees stable tax incentive, post-production as the future of NM film | Dec 17, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department’s JTIP Awards Job Training Funds To 14 Companies Including ErgoTech Systems, Inc. & Spiritus Technologies PBC Of Los Alamos | Dec 16, 2023

NM Economic Development Department awards local business | Dec 14, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department shares plans for growth in 2024 | Dec 14, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department requests 5 employees for film office, media arts collective | Dec 12, 2023

New Mexico wants more admin staff to keep up with film industry’s ‘explosive growth’ | Dec 12, 2023

Applications open for annual Ski Lift Pitch Contest at Taos Ski Valley | Dec 11, 2023

Farmington gets $50k grant from New Mexico MainStreet for Orchard Plaza project | Dec 10, 2023

Indigenous stories: Pueblo and tribal land prove to be an asset to burgeoning NM film industry | Dec 10, 2023

Applications open for Ski Lift Pitch contest | Dec 8, 2023

Two more companies pick Santa Teresa | Dec 7, 2023

Two manufacturers pick Santa Teresa for expansion | Dec 6, 2023

EDD’s Ethan Chen, Taipei Office Director, introduces New Mexico grown agriculture at Food Taipei.

 
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State’s outdoor recreation economy continues to grow, federal data shows | Dec 4, 2023

Two More Companies Invest In New Mexico’s Borderplex | Dec 4, 2023

New Mexico Film Office Celebrates Film And Television Production On Pueblos And Tribal Lands | Dec 1, 2023

U.S. Commerce Bureau Data Shows Outdoor Recreation Industry Continues To Bolster New Mexico | Nov 30, 2023

Coast Aluminum and Monti Inc. expand to Borderplex, add 70 jobs and $24 million investment | Nov 30, 2023

Two more companies announce Santa Teresa expansion | Nov 30, 2023

Santa Teresa Borderplex adds another company to growing roster | Nov 30, 2023

More Manufacturers Pick New Mexico Borderplex For Expansion | Nov 30, 2023

NMFO celebrates Pueblo and Tribal land film production | Nov 30, 2023

New Mexico’s Dedication to Community Development | Nov 28, 2023

Report: Outdoor rec becoming economic force in New Mexico, nationally | Nov 28, 2023

Outdoor recreation in New Mexico grew in 2022 | Nov 28, 2023

Alamogordo’s Opportunity to Tap into New Mexico’s $2.4 Billion Recreation Economy | Nov 27, 2023

Report: Outdoor recreation brought in more than $2.4B for New Mexico in 2022 | Nov 27, 2023

New Mexico departments promote small business shopping for tax holiday | Nov 27, 2023

Small Business Saturday Gross Receipts Tax Holiday Small Business Saturday is Nov. 25, 2023 | Nov 22, 2023

NEW MEXICO FORWARD: GRT & Governmental Perception | Nov 21, 2023

Outdoor Marketing Grant Accepting Applications | Nov 21, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Dept. Announces Grant Opportunity For Marketing Outdoor Recreation Ventures | Nov 19, 2023

Over $800,000 total available in first-time outdoor recreation marketing grant program | Nov 17, 2023

Belen receives $100,000 grant to promote local art and artists | Nov 16, 2023

Outdoor Recreation Division Has New Deputy Director | Nov 14, 2023

Free state class offers tips for budding Hollywood production assistants | Nov 13, 2023

We support the Outdoor Equity Fund | Nov 12, 2023

One-on-one with Nora Meyers Sackett | Nov 10, 2023

Rio Rancho’s QBiotech Receives NMEDD Science & Tech Startup Grant | Nov 9, 2023

State Economic Development Department Offers Nearly $500K To Companies In Job Training Funds | Nov 9, 2023

Array Technologies Expands Albuquerque, New Mexico, Operations | Nov 6, 2023

Box office bargain: Film Production Tax Credit continues to help economy, drive productions in the state | Nov 6, 2023

Outdoor Recreation Division announces new deputy director | Nov 3, 2023

Array’s new New Mexico expansion creates nearly 100 jobs | Nov 3, 2023

Solar tracker maker Array plans USD-50m expansion in New Mexico | Nov 2, 2023

Array Technologies to build second solar tracker factory in Albuquerque | Nov 2, 2023

Array Technologies Inc. (ARRY) Announces Expansion in New Mexico | Nov 2, 2023

First national campaign for BLM expands in California to encourage safe and respectful visits amid booming recreation | Nov 2, 2023

BLM Public Lands National Campaign Expands In New Mexico To Encourage Safe Respectful Visits Amid Booming Recreation | Oct 31, 2023

Taos company takes home $10K from New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division’s Adventure Pitch competition | Oct 31, 2023

State launches new grant for advanced energy companies | Oct 30, 2023

An animated rock is advocating for safe visits to public lands in New Mexico | Oct 30, 2023

New Mexico doles out nearly $500k to help 6 companies train new employees | Oct 30, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department Hires Kayla Lucero-Matteucci To Spearhead Low Carbon Initiatives | Oct 30, 2023

Australia-Based Star Scientific Chooses New Mexico For North America Expansion | Oct. 25, 2023

Australian hydrogen company announces $100M investment in NM | Oct. 25, 2023

 
 

New grant will allow UNMAM to train future museum professionals | Oct. 13, 2023

County to form ‘Creative Division’ with state grant | Oct. 13, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department Quarterly Data Shows Sustained Economic Growth Statewide | Oct. 12, 2023

New Mexico’s JEDI Office finds community partner to extend Tribal entrepreneurship support | Oct. 12, 2023

State grants $150K to Red River distillery expansion | Oct. 11, 2023

The Sidney Paul Gordon Shooting Range is adding more bays and growing | Oct. 11, 2023

First Creative Industries Awards announced | Oct. 9, 2023

Six Mile Dam now a thriving local recreation spot | Oct. 9, 2023

The Outdoor Recreation Division of New Mexico grants $1.7 million in funds for outdoor equity initiatives | Oct. 7, 2023

NM economic development partners with UNM Rainforest Innovations to empower underserved entrepreneurs | Oct. 5, 2023

Anthony, Sunland Park get outdoor recreation grants | Oct. 5, 2023

New Mexico’s inaugural creative industries grant awards benefit 18 projects statewide | Oct. 5, 2023

Outdoor Recreation Division announces $2.3 Million in grant awards for outdoor infrastructure projects | Oct. 4, 2023

Tranche of state trail money lands in Enchanted Circle | Oct. 4, 2023

Outdoor Recreation Division announces $2.3 Million in grant awards for outdoor infrastructure projects | Oct. 4, 2023

Governor Announces Economic Development Plans with Taiwanese Company | Oct. 4, 2023

Tribal entrepreneurship program partners with state of NM | Oct. 3, 2023

EDD Awards $2.3 Million For 2023 Outdoor Infrastructure | Oct. 2, 2023

San Juan College Enterprise Center receives $50K grant for new technology, training | Oct. 2, 2023

Germany-Based mtex Antenna Technology USA Plans Albuquerque, New Mexico, Operations | Sept. 30, 2023

Germany-Based mtex Invests $16 Million in Albuquerque Facility to Serve North American Customers | Sept. 29, 2023

German antenna and telescope technology company to build facility in Albuquerque | Sept. 28, 2023 

German tech factory reveals antenna prototype—ngVLA will open a new window into the Universe | Sept. 28, 2023 

Another manufacturer comes to Santa Teresa | Sept. 28, 2023 

San Juan County receives $66k state grant to fund creation of outdoor rec long-term plan | Sept. 28, 2023 

Director of expanded science and tech office says collaboration, mentorship key to realizing state potential | Sept. 27, 2023

Surf group wants to help New Mexicans catch the perfect wave on the Rio Grande | Sept. 26, 2023

 

Pitching In: State Economic Development Department helps grow small businesses | Sept. 25, 2023

Eight Santa Fe groups get state Outdoor Equity Fund grants | Sept. 25, 2023

New Mexico provides $1.7 million in grants from ‘Outdoor Equity Fund’ | Sept. 22, 2023

Expanded science and tech office means more potential for these industries in New Mexico | Sept. 21, 2023

New Mexico EDD Expands Science And Technology Office | Sept. 21, 2023

New Mexico awards $1.67M to 7 companies to train workers | Sept. 21, 2023

Governor formalizes agreement with Taiwan-based manufacturer expanding to New Mexico | Sept. 20, 2023

State puts $3M behind Taiwan-based manufacturing company’s Borderplex expansion | Sept. 20, 2023

Tesla parts supplier announces final agreement to expand business in Santa Teresa | Sept. 20, 2023

New Mexico awards more than $1.7M for youth outdoor programs | Sept. 20, 2023

Taiwanese autoparts maker to get $3 million in state funding for Santa Teresa expansion | Sept. 20, 2023

Economic Development Department expands science and technology office | Sept. 19, 2023

Four business incubators receive investment from NM Economic Development Department | Sept. 19, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department expands science and technology office | Sept. 19, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department gives $200,000 to business incubators | Sept. 18, 2023

New Mexico Governor Leading Taiwan Trade Mission | Sept. 17, 2023

Noisy Water Winery receives state assistance to help expand bottling production | Sept. 17, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Assistance Awarded To Lincoln County Winery For Expansion | Sept. 17, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department To Launch Two New Science And Tech Grant Opportunities | Sept. 16, 2023

11 Economic Development Organizations awarded for their service | Sept. 13, 2023

Companies in Santa Teresa, Mesilla Park receive state training funds | Sept. 7, 2023

Tumbleroot gets state grant to train four new employees | Sept. 4, 2023

State Film Office director: N.M. industry ready to bounce back after strike | August 30, 2023

Over $1 million awarded to train New Mexico workers | August 30, 2023

State Announces New Round Of Job Training Awards | August 29, 2023

Maxeon Solar Technologies could mark a ‘reshoring’ of manufacturing to NM | August 28, 2023

Los Alamos Based UbiQD Executes On Local Economic Development | August 24, 2023

New Mexico wants help to prioritize $4.6 million USDA infrastructure grant | August 23, 2023

Intel New Mexico to host engineering hiring event | August 22, 2023

Intel Hosting Engineering Hiring Event | August 22, 2023

Intel Corp. to host engineering hiring event in Rio Rancho | August 22, 2023

NMDA seeks input on funding priorities for $4.6 million USDA infrastructure grant | August 16, 2023

New Mexico seeking input on $4M in agriculture infrastructure spending | August 16, 2023

NEW MEXICO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT ACCEPTING GRANT APPLICATIONS FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY STARTUPS | August 16, 2023

Grant applications open for science and tech startups | August 15, 2023

Geobrugg expanding Algodones manufacturing facility | August 14, 2023

Geobrugg Expands Sandoval County, New Mexico, Operations | August 14, 2023

Solar project called biggest local investment since Intel | August 12, 2023

Geobrugg North America To Double Footprint In New Mexico | August 11, 2023

Maxeon Solar Technologies to build $1B New Mexico solar panel factory | August 11, 2023

New solar panel facility in New Mexico looks to fill 1,800 job vacancies | August 11, 2023

Solar panel maker Maxeon to open $1 billion US factory in New Mexico | August 10, 2023

Solar cell plant to open in New Mexico, if it gets federal loan guarantee | August 11, 2023

Singapore solar company plans New Mexico manufacturing plant | August 10, 2023

Maxeon Solar Technologies Selects Albuquerque, New Mexico as Site for New 3-Gigawatt Solar Cell and Panel Manufacturing Facility | August 10, 2023

Geobrugg to receive $500,000 in taxpayer funding for New Mexico expansion | August 10, 2023

Geobrugg to expand current Algodones hub with the help of state funds | August 9, 2023

Geobrugg Expanding In New Mexico | August 9, 2023

The reason behind Biden’s visit to New Mexico | August 8, 2023

Geobrugg expands with new manufacturing hub in Sandoval County | August 8, 2023

State seeks proposals, public input on creative industries | August 3, 2023 

New Mexico awards $6.4M in job training incentives in July | July 27, 2023 

The Rundown: Film Wages Up, Courts and More Money for Broadband | July 26, 2023

Intel hosting a hiring event | July 26, 2023

Intel Corp. to receive up to $5M in job training incentives from state as it plans to expand workforce | July 25, 2023

Intel to host mega hiring event Friday in Rio Rancho | July 25, 2023

Intel hopes to expand and continue hiring efforts in New Mexico | July 25, 2023

Retail accounts for largest piece of county’s gross receipts | July 20, 2023

Keyes: ‘Now we need to take this momentum and invest in our workforce so New Mexicans can tap into these opportunities, learn new skills and continue to thrive’ | July 20, 2023 

New Mexico Film & TV Industry Sets Record-Breaking Wages … Outlying Communities See 150% Spending Increase | July 19, 2023

New Mexico Film Industry Wages Reach Record High | July 19, 2023

Film industry spending in New Mexico over $2 billion | July 18. 2023

Economic Development Department numbers offer more good news for San Juan County economy | July 118, 2023

Mega Hiring Event At Intel’s Rio Rancho Facility July 28 | July 15, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department Shares Quarterly Updates Including On Los Alamos County | July 15, 2023

Grisham: ‘New Mexico’s economy is booming, and it’s more diverse than ever before‘ | July 15, 2023

JTIP assisted 72 New Mexico Businesses in 21 communities in FY 2023 | July 13, 2023

Report: GRT increases in most counties | July 13, 2023

Taiwan-based parts manufacturer picks New Mexico for factory | July 11, 2023

Borderlands: New Mexico lands first major auto parts manufacturing plant | July 9, 2023

MY VIEW ALICIA J. KEYES: A better, brighter future awaits New Mexico | July 9, 2023

Outgoing EDD secretary Alicia Keyes reflects on accomplishments and the future | July 6, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Secretary Alicia J. Keyes, Who Built State’s Recent Film & TV Incentives, To Depart | July 6, 2023

New Mexico Border Chosen for $72M Auto-Parts Maker | July 5, 2023

Taiwan-Based Hota Industrial Manufacturing Plans Santa Teresa Borderplex, New Mexico, Operations | July 5, 2023

Economic Development Secretary Alicia J. Keyes to leave office | July 5, 2023

Gov. Lujan Grisham announces the departure of Economic Development Secretary Alicia J. Keyes | July 4, 2023

Asian Manufacturer Selects New Mexico For Expansion | July 4, 2023

Taiwanese company plans $72 million investment in Santa Teresa | July 4, 2023

Economic development secretary steps down in New Mexico | July 3, 2023

Asian auto-parts manufacturer expanding to Santa Teresa Borderplex with $72M investment | July 3, 2023

Taiwanese autoparts maker coming to Santa Teresa | July 3, 2023

Asian auto parts factory coming to Santa Teresa in 2024 | July 3, 2023

Four Santa Fe businesses get state job training grants | July 3, 2023

New Mexico’s economic development secretary resigns | June 30, 2023

New Mexico gets creative to establish new division in state government | June 30, 2023

New Mexico awards $1.3M in job training incentives through JTIP in June | June 30, 2023

Alicia Keyes leaving Economic Development Department | June 29, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Secretary to leave position | June 29, 2023

New Mexico businesses can now apply for commercial development loans | June 28, 2023

New Mexico outdoors is an enchanting place | June 24, 2023

State LEADS Program Funds Sustainable Economic Growth Projects Including Los Alamos Commerce & Development Corp. | June 23, 2023

New Mexico Outdoor Rec Division Trails+ $10 Million Grant Opportunity | June 23, 2023

Arcosa in Belen to create 250 jobs | June 20, 2023

New Mexico added more than 20,000 jobs last month | June 19, 2023

Data: New Mexico has highest job numbers in state history | June 18, 2023

New Mexico sees record-high nonfarm employment in May | June 16, 2023

Manufacturer expands in Santa Teresa | June 15, 2023

Company announces expansion in New Mexico Borderplex region | June 14, 2023

Two local experts join state Economic Development Department | June 12, 2023

Corrugated sheets, digital printing manufacturer to expand presence in Santa Teresa | June 8, 2023

Franklin Mountain Packaging Announces New Mexico Expansion Port Santa Teresa | June 6, 2023

New Mexico increases film incentive tax credits, drawing of more productions to the state | June 1, 2023

Dixon Cooperative Market wins $40K small-business prize | May 22, 2023

New Mexico JTIP Program Approves Funds For 48 Trainees | May 22, 2023

ORO Establishes Santa Teresa, New Mexico, Operations Hub | May 11, 2023

Louisiana Pepper Exchange Plans Santa Teresa, New Mexico, Logistics Hub | May 11, 2023

New Mexico Media Academy Aims to Create ‘Next Generation of Filmmakers’ | May 11, 2023

New Mexico Soundstage Investment Promises More Film Production | May 11, 2023

Celebrate Economic Development Week in Albuquerque | May 10, 2023

Louisiana Pepper Exchange Expands Operations To New Mexico’s Borderplex | May 10, 2023

THE LEADING ROLE: One-on-one with Chad Burris, executive director of the New Mexico Media Academy | May 10, 2023

Two food producers choose Santa Teresa to expand operations | May 9, 2023

Food processing company in Santa Teresa set to hire 49 workers | May 9, 2023

New Mexico lands pepper puree & vegetable processing companies near border | May 9, 2023

Outdoor economic conference set for October in Santa Fe | May 9, 2023

Celebrating Economic Development Week
May 8-12, 2023

EDD Deputy Secretary Jon Clark and AREA President and CEO Danielle Casey discuss the importance of Economic Development on KRQE News | May 10, 2023

New Mexico MainStreet announces Seven Community Economic Development Projects Will Receive Technical Assistance And $5K Seed Grants | May 8, 2023

NM celebrates economic development week | May 7, 2023

Paulita’s receives funds for job training | May 3, 2023

New mountain bike trail coming to the Sandia Mountains | April 27, 2023

Expanded film incentive ‘a huge win for Las Cruces’ | April 27, 2023

Job training board grants money to 9 New Mexico businesses | April 25, 2023

3D Glass Solutions raises $30M in round led by California firm | April 19, 2023

New Mexico Film Office and Stowe Story Labs host screenwriter training program | April 19, 2023

Vermont nonprofit to bring screenwriting workshop to New Mexico, again | April 18, 2023

Chaves County economy growing | April 18, 2023

Jobs, jobs, jobs: State program hailed as ‘greatest incentive’ in New Mexico | April 17, 2023

New division seeks to promote New Mexico’s creative sector | April 17, 2023

New Mexico Film Office & Stowe Story Labs Announce 2nd Annual Training For Emerging New Mexico Screenwriters | April 16, 2023

New Mexico film incentive spending could surge under changes aimed at landing larger productions | April 14, 2023

New Mexico Governor Signs Creative Industries Division Bill | April 14, 2023

State grants $350K for new projector system at Cavern Theater in downtown Carlsbad | April 14, 2023

New Mexico reports third consecutive quarter of record GRT | April 13, 2023

New Mexico increases film tax credit benefits | April 12, 2023

New Mexico Marks 3rd Consecutive Quarter Of Record GRT | April 11, 2023

New Mexico Economic Development Department Seeks Applications For FY 2023 Healthy Food Financing Fund | April 11, 2023

Albuquerque Mountain Bike Association board member on new grant: ‘One of the big things is looking into the mountains and expanding that to have more’ | March 31, 2023

New Mexico’s new film training academy finds a home | March 30, 2023

New Mexico Media Academy Sets Albuquerque Headquarters, Names Chad Burris Executive Director | March 29, 2023

State announces ABQ Rail Yards as New Mexico Media Academy home | March 29, 2023

Future wind tower manufacturer could give big economic boost to Belen | March 28, 2023

New Mexico governor attends discussion meeting to improve Santa Teresa port of entry | March 28, 2023

Arcosa Wind Towers Plans Belen, New Mexico, Wind-Tower Manufacturing Plant | March 20, 2023

Carrillo: ‘We look forward to expanding our manufacturing capacity to New Mexico’ | March 20, 2023

San Juan College receives $99,999 from state grant money to improve open space | March 17, 2023

State Job Training Funds Awarded To UbiQD In Los Alamos And Four Other Companies Across New Mexico | March 17, 2023

Five New Mexico Communities To Receive Recreation Grants | March 15, 2023

State funds Pecos & Albuquerque trails, Alamogordo shooting range upgrades | March 14, 2023

Former county manager is now state regional rep | March 8, 2023

EDD awards nearly $1M in job training funds in February | March 1, 2023

New Mexico awards over $860K in job training incentives to nine firms | Feb. 26, 2023

Nine Companies Receive Funding Approval From EDD’s Job Training Incentive Program | Feb. 26, 2023

Juniper Basin Recreation Area will offer ‘beautiful landscapes’ for future bike park | Feb. 16, 2023

NM Film Office qualifies eight more studios | Feb. 15, 2023

Senate Bill 12 aims to expand film incentive package | Feb. 8, 2023

City of Farmington inches closer to new bike park | Feb. 6. 2023

NMDOT & EDD Announce Joseph De La Rosa Tapped As Senior Advisor For Global Trade & Infrastructure Investments | Feb. 5, 2023

The Verdes Foundation to use state funds to train new hires | Feb. 3, 2023

Village of Los Ranchos received a $50,000 grant for pollinator garden | Jan. 26, 2023

Legislative proposal aims to amplify NM arts economy | Jan. 26, 2023

New Mexico awards over $2M in job training incentives to 10 firms | Jan. 26, 2023

Movies are big business in New Mexico | Jan. 26, 2023

New Mexico awards two tech startups $100,000 grants | Jan. 26, 2023

These 10 companies landed New Mexico science and technology startup grants | Jan. 24, 2023

Three New Mexico cities ranked in MovieMaker Magazine’s annual list | Jan. 18, 2023

And the award goes to … Santa Fe | Jan. 18, 2023

‘MovieMaker’ magazine ranks Santa Fe No. 1 small city for filmmakers | Jan. 18, 2023

Las Cruces named one of moviemaker’s best places to live, work | Jan. 18, 2023

Outdoor Recreation Trails+ grants fund projects near Santa Fe, Taos | Jan. 16, 2023

Taos Pueblo wins $500K trails grant | Jan. 11, 2023

More Than 500 Jobs Created Through Outdoor Recreation Trails+ Grant Across New Mexico In 2022 | Jan. 10, 2023

California company awarded $12M in economic incentives for Albuquerque facility | Jan. 5, 2023

New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division Director Axie Navas Leaves Legacy Of Equity And Stewardship | Jan. 2, 2023

 

EDD Initiatives Support 13,000 Jobs In Four Years | Dec. 30, 2022

Economic Development Department Budget Requests Support Diversified New Mexico Economy | Dec. 27, 2022

State Assists Five New Mexico Companies With Funding | Dec. 19, 2022

Sceye receives jobs funding | Dec. 13, 2022

New Mexico’s outdoor recreation economy outpaces US in sector | Dec. 12, 2022

New Mexico awards $320K in job training incentives to five firms | Dec. 8, 2022

Navas steps down as state Outdoor Recreation Division director | Dec. 6, 2022

Next Generation Media Academy, Spaceport, Borderplex — big priorities for Economic Development Department | Dec. 2, 2022

Union Roundup: New Mexico Film Commissioner Amber Dodson Says the State Is in Showbiz for the Long Haul | Dec. 2, 2022

Cheese company’s NM expansion finishes years ahead of schedule | Dec. 2, 2022

‘Cleaning Lady,’ Netflix, Other Big Players Keep New Mexico Production on Growth Curve | Nov. 29, 2022 

New Mexico’s outdoor rec raised $2.3B last year. How does it compare with other states? | Nov. 17, 2022

For startups like Pajarito Powder, New Mexico provides fertile proving ground | Nov. 6, 2022 

New Mexico Awarded Grant To Help Small Businesses Cultivate The Global Marketplace | Nov. 5, 2022 

New Mexico ‘memorial stones’ company goes international | Nov. 2, 2022 

Governor announces state investment in historic Albuquerque neighborhood | Nov. 1, 2022 

Local solar firm plans more hires with state funds | Nov. 1, 2022 

State receives federal dollars to aid in ‘global reach’ for small businesses | Oct. 31, 2022 

$10 Million awarded to 14 capital outlay projects, including in Las Vegas | Oct. 27, 2022 

Curia Celebrates Ground-breaking Ceremony in Albuquerque | Oct. 27, 2022 

Governor breaks ground on new expansion for Albuquerque research company | Oct. 27, 2022 

State planning major expansion at New Mexico border crossing | Oct. 23, 2022

State receives $74 million for business funding | Oct. 16, 2022

Oil and gas, construction fuel growth in southeast New Mexico economy, State reports | Oct. 14, 2022

Editorial: Military’s impact on NM can’t be overstated | Oct. 14, 2022

Equitability dominates 5th outdoor rec conference | Oct. 12, 2022

Business is booming in New Mexico, state reports | Oct. 12. 2022 

State receives $74M for small business investment | Oct. 11, 2022

Why…New Mexico? | Oct. 10, 2022

Economic Development Corp. receives state certification | Oct. 10, 2022

Women make their mark at hy-fcell amid calls for greater diversity | Oct. 7, 2022

NM EDD Recognizes 7 Partner Organizations for Professional Support, Certification | Oct. 7, 2022

NM’s military bases pack an economic punch | Oct. 3, 2022

NETFLIX debuts website with NM film locations | Oct. 1, 2022

Ten New Mexico companies to receive nearly $2.54M in job training incentives | Sept. 28, 2022

Three New Mexico businesses awarded total of $500,000 in state incentives for expansion efforts | Sept. 26, 2022

Silver City tile maker gets state funding to expand | Sept. 26, 2022

Outdoor rec projects receive $2M+ in state funding | Sept. 25, 2022

Federal incentives accelerate New Mexico’s hydrogen economy | Sept. 25, 2022

Governor’s Wildfire Grant Program Provides $1.5 Million To Assist 162 Businesses Affected By Wildfires | Sept. 23, 2022

Gov. Announces First-Ever Tribal Local Economic Development Deal for Taos Pueblo | Sept. 7, 2022

New Mexico awards nearly $3.4M in job training incentives for 22 companies | Sept. 2, 2022

Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery Has Been Awarded $200,000 by the State | Aug. 26, 2022

Gov. Lujan Grisham Announces Film Production Company To Headquarter In Las Cruces | Aug. 26, 2022

Local school, non-profit group gain state Outdoor Equity Fund grants for youth programs | Aug. 25, 2022

NM awards $800,000 to youth outdoor programs | Aug. 25, 2022

Five southern New Mexico organizations receive grants for outdoor youth programming| Aug. 25, 2022

BlueHalo’s Continued Growth Drives Campus Expansion with Opening of New State-of-the-Art R&D and Manufacturing Facility | Aug. 18, 2022 

One-on-one with Amber Dodson New Mexico Film Office | Aug. 18. 2022 

828 Productions to Relocate to New Mexico, Plans to Build Studio Complex | Aug. 17, 2022 

Dean Baldwin Painting receives funding for jobs | Aug. 16, 2022 

Santa Fe company gets state, local grants to expand cremation service | Aug. 10, 2022

New Mexico businesses hurt by wildfires eligible for $5,000 to $20,000 grants | Aug. 8, 2022

Local restaurant receives grant for building improvements | July 24, 2022

Film incentives: How does New Mexico stack up? | July 23, 2022

How much cash does moviemaking bring to New Mexico? | July 19, 2022 

New Mexico EDD Announces 29 Interns Have Graduated From Outdoor Economy Workforce Training | July 18, 2022

New Mexico film production spending hits new record high | July 17, 2022

Richard Glover To Head Office Of Military Base Planning And Support | July 15, 2022

New Mexico hits production peak with ‘Stranger Things’ using it as backdrop | July 15, 2022

State Enacts Formal Water Protections For 125.9 Miles Of Northern New Mexico Streams | July 15, 2022

New Mexico Sees Record $855.4 Million In Direct Production Spending; Officials Tout Incentives Program | July 14, 2022

New Mexico film production spending hits new heights | July 14, 2022

State gives ‘outstanding’ designation to northern N.M. waters, enhancing pollution rules | July 13, 2022

Taiwanese delegation’s visit keeps Santa Teresa profile high in Asia | July 7, 2022

Economic Development Department Releases Newest County-Level Economic Summaries | July 2, 2022

State parks want to attract more visitors of color | July 1, 2022

Rio Rancho company gets state, local funds to aid expansion | June 29, 2022

State department launches tool to connect businesses to funding | June 28, 2022

Deluxe Design, a family-owned Rio Rancho business, has plans for a new location and expanded workforce | June 28, 2022

Youth mural project in action. Mural funded by New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Trails+ Grant | June 13, 2022

New Mexico Aluminum Mill to Create 950 Jobs | June 9, 2022

Manna Capital Partners-Ball Corporation Plan Valencia County, New Mexico, Aluminum Can Sheet Rolling Mill | May 27, 2022

Netflix official expects Albuquerque Studios expansion to be ready by 2024 | May 25, 2022

New Mexico Leaders Meet Taipei Officials In Albuquerque |May 22, 2022

Innovative Telehealth Company Plans Major New Mexico Expansion | May 15, 2022

New Mexico Governor Announces Border Infrastructure And Global Trade A Top Priority | May 14, 2022

$1.6 million federal grant adds to revitalization effort for San Juan County Industrial Park | May 1, 2022

Chihuahua and Cuidad Juárez officials to visit Las Cruces and Spaceport America | April 27, 2022

Eight New Mexico companies receive $25K science and tech grants | April 20, 2022

Alstate Steel Expands Albuquerque, New Mexico, Operations | April 18, 2022

New Mexico awards about $2.5M in job training incentives for 13 companies | April 15, 2022

Aircraft firm receives job training funds | April 9, 2022

Major Albuquerque bioscience company expanding, set to bring new jobs | April 8, 2022