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    CLICK HERE for the results of the “Business Climate Survey” commissioned by the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce in order to collect information concerning the current business climate in the state of New Mexico. 


    CLICK HERE to read the article in the Albuquerque Journal regarding the survey by Assistant Business Editor Nick Pappas.



    We work every day to make this region that place. Join Us.


    The Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce's mission is to work every day to make our community a place where businesses can grow and prosper and where people want to raise their families.  As the voice of business since 1917, we envision New Mexicans living in safe neighborhoods, working in rewarding careers at thriving businesses, while their children attend great schools, and enjoy their leisure time in one of the most beautiful regions on Earth.

    A place becomes a world class community for many reasons, but most notably, it is because it has a world class education system, a vibrant small business community, a modern and efficient transportation network, excellent healthcare for all, a sustainable environment, a reliable source of power and water, and is an exciting place for tourism.

    World class communities are great places for families and desirable places for business to locate and expand.



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    Discover Scotland in 2015 with the Chamber 

    Trip is scheduled for April 27-May 6, 2015


    Scotland is well-known for its beautiful landscapes and deep history. Images of rugged terrain, magical castles and unicorns probably come to mind… Wait. Unicorns? Maybe not unicorns. But did you know that unicorns are actually the official animal of Scotland?


    Just think of what else you might learn as you “discover” Scotland with the Chamber for an entire 8 days! Your trip cost includes lodging for eight nights, 14 meals, fees for guided tours and roundtrip airfare from Albuquerque. Based on double occupancy, the cost per person is only $3699, if booked by October 28, 2014.


    This trip-of-a-lifetime will include stops at Edinburgh Castle (home of the Scottish Crown Jewels), Holyrood Palace, St. Andrews, Dunrobin Castle, the Orkney Islands, Isle of Skye and Armadale Castle and Loch Ness, to name a few. See the detailed itinerary by clicking here.


    Touring Scotland in the spring is an opportunity that you do not want to miss. Reservations are limited so please confirm your spot as soon as possible. There are limited single occupancy rooms available. 


    For more information or to register for the trip, please contact Sara Lister at slister@abqchamber.com or 505-764-3731.


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    General Mills cuts more jobs

    General Mills plans to cut 700 to 800 jobs, the second time it’s trimmed its work force in a month, as the food company adjusts for a shift by U.S. consumers away from boxed or frozen meals. The Minneapolis company that owns Betty Crocker and Green Giant brands said in a regulatory filing that the job cuts will take place mostly in the United States. It's unclear whether any of the cuts will affect the company's Albuquerque plan.


     Mati celebrates new location

    Albuquerque’s Mati will celebrate its recent relocation with a grand opening celebration from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday at its new store in ABQ Uptown. The store, located between Eddie Bauer and Sunglass Hut, replace Mati's long-standing location inside Coronado mall.


     Santolina plan to be heard in 60 days

    A motion to recommend passage of the massive Santolina Master Plan fell one vote short of approval Wednesday afternoon after six hours of debate and testimony before the Bernalillo County Planning Commission. Planning commissioners agreed to schedule the plan for further consideration in about 60 days.


    Governor wins legal challenge over green building code

    Republican Gov. Susana Martinez has won a legal challenge over her administration’s repeal of “green” building standards implemented when Democrat Bill Richardson was governor. The state Court of Appeals last week upheld a decision by the state Construction Industries Commission to revamp building codes.



















































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