Wake Up Motivated with VIZZIA Technologies

Wake up Motivated New Mexico Angel investment company, VIZZIA Technologies was recently featured in the Santa Fe Reporter on how they stay motivated! CEO Andrew Halasz says electronic sensors can help hospitals run better. Charlotte Martinez As a graduate of the University of New Mexico’s mechanical engineering program, Andrew Halasz relocated VIZZIA Technologies from Atlanta to Santa Fe last year, with the intent of improving state hospitals and developing sensor technology labs for future engineers. Working with 20-some other employees from outside New Mexico, Halasz…

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New Mexico Angels to Host DisrupTech, Showcasing Early-Stage Technology from Los Alamos National Laboratory

July 01, 2015 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time LOS ALAMOS, N.M.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The New Mexico Angels have partnered with the Richard P. Feynman Center for Innovation at Los Alamos National Laboratory to host DisrupTech, a showcase of the disruptive technology currently being developed by scientists at the national laboratory. “Our scientists are among the nation’s brightest minds. They are challenged to solve the major issues facing the world today. DisrupTech is an uncommon opportunity for leaders from private industry review and inform our scientists.” The innovation…

ABQ Journal: Angel Tax Credits Can Boost NM Startups

Keeping angel investment dollars in the State of New Mexico will have a big impact, not just for angels, but for the start-ups that will grow here. In a story put out this morning by the Albuquerque Journal, Kevin Robinson-Avila explains the benefits of the new tax credit expansion and the expected outcomes it will have on the entrepreneurial ecosystem in New Mexico. Albuquerque Journal – Business: Angel Tax Credits can boost NM Startups Kevin Robinson-Avila, Published on Monday, June 29, 2015. A major expansion…

ABQ Journal: Gov Martinez Signs Tax Incentive Legislation

Albuquerque Journal  |  Dan Boyd  |  Monday, June 15 “New Mexico will offer beefed-up tax incentives to investors, high-tech employers and corporations with in-state headquarters, after Gov. Susana Martinez signed into law Monday a revamped tax package that appeared doomed just weeks ago. The second-term Republican governor said the legislation, approved by lawmakers during a single-day special session last week, will bolster the state’s economic competitiveness and employment levels. “It provides us with additional tools to help us compete for new jobs, new inventions and…

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