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December 25, 2015 – Nonprofits often rely on grants and foundation support to operate local programs, but spending hours of staff time on grants can be a burden on small organizations. Two Albuquerque entrepreneurs have stepped in to offer their services to … Continue reading Entrepreneurship In ABQ: What Makes A Successful Grant Writer

December 25, 2015 – Albuquerque’s craft breweries are getting a lot of attention, both locally and nationally. In the latest installment of our series on entrepreneurs this fall in Albuquerque, host Gene Grant sits down with Ken Carson from Nexus … Continue reading Entrepreneurship In ABQ: The Brewery Business

December 18, 2015 – Many entrepreneurs find that they have to change plans or tactics to keep their business going. In this installment of our series on entrepreneurship this fall on New Mexico in Focus, Warren Montoya tells us about Rezonate … Continue reading Entrepreneurship In ABQ: How Rezonate Highlights The Work Of Native Artists

December 18, 2015 – Victor Limary didn’t want to go into the business started by his parents, but he did come back and helped build Talin Market into an institution that plays an important role in International District of Albuquerque. … Continue reading Entrepreneurship In ABQ: The Origins Of Talin Market

December 11, 2015 – In our series on entrepreneurship this fall on New Mexico in Focus, we’ve heard many stories about the opportunities and challenges for aspiring business owners in Albuquerque. This week, Keith Allen West from Urban Fresh Cosmetics sits … Continue reading Entrepreneurship In ABQ: Running A Global Business In New Mexico

December 11, 2015 – Phoebe Suina advises tribes on issues like water management and restoration after wildfires. This week she tells us about starting her company, High Water Mark, and what it’s like to be a female business owner in a male-dominated … Continue reading Entrepreneurship in ABQ: Solving Complex Water Problems

December 4, 2015 – There are many ways to make the transition into entrepreneurship. Carrie Mettling, owner of Rebel Donut, told host Gene Grant this week about how she started her business and how she and her staff come up with some of … Continue reading Entrepreneurship In ABQ: Rebel Donut

December 4, 2015 – This month, we are sitting down with local entrepreneurs to learn about their experiences building local businesses. Carlo Lucero is the owner of Sparkle Maintenance, a 50-year-old company that was started by his parents as a side business. Lucero … Continue reading Entrepreneurship In ABQ: Growing A Family Business

November 27, 2015 – This week we re-visit our conversation on wage equity with Martha Burk earlier this year. Burk played a key role in the implementation of the wage equity ordinance in Albuquerque, which is the first of its … Continue reading Wage Equity In Albuquerque

November 27, 2015 – The holidays are the time of year when many people feel compelled to donate to those who are struggling in their community. But hunger is a year-round issue in New Mexico. This week NMiF producer Sarah Gustavus … Continue reading Hunger In New Mexico