TruTouch Technologies recently joined a city of Albuquerque alliance aimed at reducing death and injury from car crashes involving drugs and alcohol. The alliance is free and open to all businesses. For the entire ABQ Journal story, click here.
The University of New Mexico’s Anderson School of Management has announced eight new members to its board of directors. Among them is Altela Inc. CEO, Ned Godshall. The Anderson School Foundation Board is comprised of Albuquerque business leaders who provide direction and support to the school. For more information, click here.
Verge Entrepreneur In Residence, Paul Short, is set to speak at Technology Venture Corporation’s next CCET seminar, Entering the Entrepreneurial World. The seminar will take place at the UNM Science & Technology Park Auditorium on July 9 from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon. For more information about the seminar, click here.
TruTouch Technologies was recently featured in New Mexico Business Weekly’s annual list of Fast Trackers. The list features New Mexico’s fastest growing companies, splitting them up into small, medium, and large, based on 2007 revenues. This year, TruTouch was honored as the #1 fastest growing small company in New Mexico with a composite growth rate of 5618.82%. For more information, see this week’s issue of New Mexico Business Weekly.
The Albuquerque Journal recently featured an article by Verge Partner, Tom Stephenson. In the article, Stephenson offers some advice for new entrepreneurs in the beginning stages of their business. For a look at the article, click here.