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When the 20/20 campaign was conceived in 2011, the Regional Development Corporation of Española aimed to identify at least 20 local businesses as high-growth companies that would double their work forces, or revenues by 2020. Organizers anticipated nurturing two to three businesses each year to get to 20 robust companies by the end of the decade.
At a reception on Oct. 24, eight Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Taos businesses shared the honors as the Northern New Mexico 20/20 campaign’s Class of 2013. They join another eight companies honored at last year’s event.
Val Alonzo, business expansion and retention manager for the Los Alamos Connect program said, “At this rate, we could have 64 high-growth companies by the year 2020.”
The eight businesses selected in last year’s inaugural event already have proved their mettle by adding 25 local jobs and collectively increasing revenues by $4.55 million.
Northern New Mexico 20/20 project participants are nominated by business-service providers and local elected officials from city or county governments and are then selected by the RDC team after thorough vetting.
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