How They Did It: Albuquerque
Albuquerque is harnessing the strength of immigrant entrepreneurs to improve its local economy.
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The communities of Cohort II of the City Accelerator convene in Baltimore to share updates of their respective initiatives.
New Mexico’s biggest city is supporting immigrant and indigenous populations in their business endeavors.
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Supporting diverse businesses is the cornerstone of the city’s plan to spark economic mobility.
New Orleans, Los Angeles and Albuquerque are writing their own stories to improve citizens' lives.
The City Accelerator is helping cities engage residents for better results.
The city of Albuquerque, a finalist in the second round of the City Accelerator, is focused on improving the business climate for local immigrant entrepreneurs through more effective public engagement.
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Two former transportation hubs are bringing back economic vitality with a focus on their most vulnerable populations.
The City of Albuquerque, a finalist in the inaugural round of the City Accelerator, is focused on creating entrepreneurial opportunities for low-income residents.