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The Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development

The mission of the Division of Economic Development is to – Promote and develop major industrial development projects on the Reservation Promote incentives for a strong business environment Obtain fair returns on tribal investments Create employment and business opportunities and manage industrial parks and sites The Division manages five industrial parks in New Mexico. Church… Continue reading The Navajo Nation Division of Economic Development

Santa Rosa Community Development

Sandoval Economic Alliance

Sandoval Economic Alliance (SEA) is a private, not-for-profit economic development corporation established to strengthen and diversify the economic base of Rio Rancho and Sandoval County, New Mexico. SEA provides a broad range of free and confidential services to businesses and industries considering new locations for expansion, relocation, or consolidation. Corporation services include identifying available sites… Continue reading Sandoval Economic Alliance

Roswell-Chaves Economic Development Corporation

Roosevelt County/Portales Community Development Corporation

Nonprofit corporation established in 1998 to coordinate economic development activities for Roosevelt County.  Priorities include business recruiting, business retention and expansion, and assisting new businesses get started.

Regional Development Corporation

The RDC is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to improving economic development in seven counties: Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, Sandoval, San Miguel, Santa Fe, Taos, and the municipalities and Native American Pueblos therein. The RDC supports its mission through two programs: The Business Retention & Expansion Program provides small businesses, regional startups, and tribal… Continue reading Regional Development Corporation

Pueblo of Acoma Economic Development Office

The Pueblo of Acoma has resources available to assist businesses wishing to relocate or expand on the Pueblo.  The Pueblo has adopted a LEDA ordinance, which allows it to receive funding from the state in support of projects and create new jobs and capital investment.

Otero County Economic Development Council, Inc.

OCEDC works to bring diversified, industrial, and civic growth to the area.  It accomplishs this mission by recruiting, promoting, and facilitating the creation of new industries, and assisting tin the retention and expansion of existing businesses within the county. Target Industries: Defense & Aerospace Film Production Desalination & Water Treatment Technologies Back Office Agriculture

New Mexico Economic Development Partnership

New Mexico Economic Development Department

Mission: Improve the lives of New Mexico families by increasing economic opportunities and providing a place for businesses to thrive.