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NEWS & EVENTS

17
Oct

  Tuesday, November 14th at 11:30 am Santa Ana Star Center Our next Quarterly Luncheon will be held on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, at 11:30 am at the Santa Ana Star Center. Space is limited so purchase your seat or a table today! Luncheon Seat Luncheon Table

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09
Jun

Albuquerque Journal By ABQ Journal News Staff PUBLISHED: June 8, 2017 RIO RANCHO — The Sandoval Economic Alliance has hired an economic development official from Wisconsin as its new president and CEO. The new president, Steve Jenkins, is a certified economic developer with more than 40 years of experience, according to a news release from […]

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09
Jun

Rio Rancho Observer By Antonio Sanchez, Reporter PUBLISHED: June 8, 2017 The president of a Wisconsin-based economic development corporation will be the new head of the Sandoval Economic Alliance. SEA announced Steve Jenkins as its new president and CEO on Thursday. Jenkins will begin his position on July 17. Jami Grindatto, SEA’s former president and […]

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08
Jun

Albuquerque Business First By Rachel Sapin, Reporter PUBLISHED: June 8, 2017 The Sandoval Economic Alliance has named Steve Jenkins to replace Jami Grindatto as its new CEO and president. “It is an honor to join the exceptional staff of SEA,” said Jenkins in a statement Thursday. “Rio Rancho and Sandoval County sit in the midst […]

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20
May

Albuquerque Business First By Candace Beeke, Publisher PUBLISHED: May 20, 2017 I was part of the Economic Forum audience that heard Gov. Susana Martinez speak Wednesday, and there’s much that frustrates me right now in our state and economy. Construction isn’t one of those things, so let’s talk about that. As Bradbury Stamm CEO Cynthia […]

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19
May

Albuquerque Journal By ABQJournal News Staff Friday, May 19th, 2017 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico State University’s Camp Innoventure is coming to Rio Rancho.The camp is a week-long experience in innovative thinking and entrepreneurial development for middle school students and is being offered through a partnership the Sandoval Economic Alliance. The camp is a week-long […]

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09
May

The Santa Fe New Mexican By Staff PUBLISHED: May 9, 2017 Sandoval Economic Alliance to host business workshops The Sandoval Economic Alliance will host two educational workshops to help businesses learn about workforce, incentives and tax credits, financing and real estate. These free events will be held in Cuba, N.M., and in Bernalillo. Both sessions […]

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04
May

  Choose from two events! Learn about workforce, incentives & tax credits, financing and real estate at one of our two workshops. Open house to follow with subject matter experts available from the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, USDA, Realty One of New Mexico, the Small Business Development Center, the New Mexico Economic Development […]

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24
Apr

Rio Rancho Observer By Stephen Montoya, Observer staff writer PUBLISHED: Apr 24, 2017 From a hard hat to the board room, Tom Novak uses his years of experience to make decisions for his company and to aid the economic development of a community. Novak, CEO of Klinger Constructors, said he has seen the ebb and […]

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21
Apr

Albuquerque Business First By Rachel Sapin, Reporter PUBLISHED: Apr 21, 2017 Sandoval County has gained 111 jobs in manufacturing this year, according to data from the Sandoval Economic Alliance. Amfabsteel Inc. and Phat Steel Inc., two separate but connected manufacturing companies, added 63 jobs, Horizon AG Products added 10 positions as well as Walatowa Timber. […]

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