Wisconsin Manufacturer, Prent Picks New Mexico for Expansion

Prent plans to invest $12.5 million and create 85 new jobs. Headquartered in Janesville, WI, Prent’s global footprint is strategically located to supply many of the world’s leading Fortune 100 companies.

Ascent Aviation Services Announces Major Expansion to New Mexico

Arizona-based Ascent Aviation Services is planning to expand to the Roswell Air Center and hire 360 employees for airplane repair and maintenance services.

Global Manufacturer Xxentria to Co-Locate in New Mexico/Chihuahua Cross-Border Development

A leading manufacturer of metal composite materials will open an office and manufacturing/distribution facility in New Mexico with an initial hire of 35.

Aerial Inspection Company LaSen Plans Major New Mexico Expansion

LaSen, a company that specializes in aerial inspection and mapping services, is planning a major expansion in New Mexico. The company plans to hire 79 additional employees over the next 5 years and invest $8.4 million into a new 37,000-square foot facility.

Sceye Picks New Mexico For U.S. Production Center

Sceye, a company founded by global humanitarian Mikkel Vestergaard, has chosen New Mexico as its U.S. base of stratospheric flights for earth observation and communication. The latest expansion will create 140 high-paying manufacturing and engineering jobs.

Learn What New Mexico Has to Offer in the 2020 Issue of New Mexico Economic Development

An ideal business climate, strong talent pool, and strong value proposition make New Mexico the clear choice when it comes to locations for expanding or relocating businesses.

Kairos Power Selects Albuquerque for its New Research and Development Center

Kairos Power LLC has chosen Albuquerque as its home for a new engineering center to support the development of its advanced reactor technology.

Top Rated Business Process Outsourcing Firm Selects New Mexico

Faneuil plans to hire 700 for its new state-of-the-art customer care operation in Albuquerque.



New Mexico is at the forefront of providing the ideal location to start or grow your business and the New Mexico Partnership is the state-wide New Mexico economic development organization here to show you why.

New Mexico is a state that provides a highly-skilled and productive workforce with expertise in everything from cutting edge science and engineering, to business and finance, manufacturing, logistics, and a host of other skills businesses most need in today’s economy.  It’s home to world class scientific research institutions and universities, robust international trade, extraordinary culture, and extensive rail, road, and air infrastructure, all within a state that is affordable, pro-business, and which lacks natural disasters.

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New Mexico has actively developed its workforce and business climate to fit the needs of growing industries, and it shows. Some of the largest industries that have established themselves in the state include aerospace and defense, advanced manufacturing, data centers, value-added agriculture, logistics and distribution, technology commercialization, energy and renewable resources, and digital media. And, in addition to attracting employers from elsewhere, New Mexico is home to a vibrant and innovative start-up ecosystem.


The New Mexico Partnership can provide you with all you need in order to succeed here. The New Mexico Partnership is designated by the state to be the single-point-of-contact to help businesses locate in New Mexico. We offer a coordinated approach and a formal network of economic developers to simplify the site selection process by providing expertise on talent, critical infrastructure, educational and R&D institutions, real estate and facilities, incentives, and all the other factors that go into a business location decision.

We are the New Mexico economic development organization that can show you all that the land of enchantment has to offer and demonstrate why so many businesses have chosen to call our state home.

Businesses Flock to New Mexico Amid Film Industry Boom

March 1, 2021

As New Mexico’s film production has boomed, a number of ancillary businesses that support the industry are adding to the success.

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NM Firm’s Hydrogen Units Set for Worldwide Launch

February 22, 2021

An Albuquerque startup, Bayotech, expects to deploy its first commercial fleet of compact, mobile hydrogen generators to customers worldwide this year, backed by $157 million in new equity from private investors.

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NMSU Gets NASA Grant for Space Technology

February 18, 2021

New Mexico State University announced Tuesday it has been selected to receive a NASA Early Stage Innovations grant of up to $650,000 to conduct space technology research.

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Kairos Power Begins Construction at Mesa del Sol, Hiring Underway

February 3, 2021

California nuclear energy company Kairos Power plans to hire dozens of employees this year for an expansion at the Mesa del Sol development in southern ABQ.

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Albuquerque Again Ranked No. 1 for Filmmaking

January 28, 2021

MovieMaker Magazine named Albuquerque the No. 1 place to “live and work as a filmmaker” in the big cities category for the third year running.

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Congratulations to @beckandbulow who are expanding their Santa Fe, #NewMexico operations.

"A few days ago, Ganymede Games unveiled its debut game, Xenotheria, a single-player, sci-fi RPG which is being developed for PC and console. @Ganymede_Games is an independent studio based in Las Cruces, New Mexico!" -@NMPartnership

Congratulations to Ben E. Keith Foods for opening their newest distribution center in Albuquerque, #NewMexico!

In this week's #NMCommunityHighlight we take a look at Los Lunas, a small community with big possibilities. Los Lunas is home to the Facebook Data Center and a multitude of other industries and is working on constructing a workforce training center.

Ganymede Games who selected Las Cruces, #NewMexico for their headquarters in 2019 is unveiling their debut video game called Xenotheria. They have also opened up early tester sign ups over at http://xenotheria.com

The @UNMAnderson NM for Good program will host the second Believe in New Mexico virtual symposium, “Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing in New Mexico,” Friday, March 26, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The symposium will serve as a catalyst for change-makers. https://www.mgt.unm.edu/nmforgood/events/