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My ABQ Guide is now in the third year in the Albuquerque Metro. We have been around longer than any other Newcomer’s publication, and are the most comprehensive in true non-fluff information. We also have agreements for true targeted distribution that are not available to any other publication.
*(Please beware that another publication is now attempting to do a “newcomers guide” but they do not have the 20 years of Newcomers publication experience that we have, and they do not have the true targeted distribution that we have secured). Keep in mind…if the book is just on local shelves, those people are ALREADY HERE and have already locked in a lot of the services needed to a newcomer BEFORE they arrive – and AS they arrive.
This is a true Newcomers/Relocation Guide that contains all information needed and wanted by newcomers to the area. This is set up to help you easily transition to your new life in New Mexico. Housing, Employment, Education, Weather, Vehicle Registration, Communities, Attractions, and so much more.
My ABQ Guide is your must-have publication for the Albuquerque Metro. These are being distributed through numerous large company HR departments for all of their new hires (Sandia National Laboratories, PNM, Lowes, Kirtland AFB, etc). As well as the Chambers of Commerce in their Relocation packages, Realtors, Mortgage Companies, Isotopes Baseball, Television Stations, and many more. This grows on a weekly basis. The publications are free for readers, we just ask that a request be sent to us and we will make them available to you at no charge.
Business Resource Guide is a must for any business in the Albuquerque Metro & Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Albuquerque Metro publication contains a comprehensive business directory and business resources encompassing Community Overviews for New Mexico’s communities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, Los Lunas, & Belén.
Governmental Offices and Governmental Agencies are thoroughly listed and described.
Business Resource Organizations are included and described (from Albuquerque Economic Development, Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau, Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce, American Marketing Association, Convention Services Association, Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, New Mexico Restaurant Association, Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, through the U.S. Green Building Council, and everything in between).
Meeting & Convention spaces are shown alphabetically in Albuquerque Metro with each listing showing the total meeting space available.
Restaurant listings will also show the meeting capacity available if they can accommodate private business meetings.
Editorial in the Business Resource Guide is kept fresh for each edition and is industry specific. Some of the topics covered have been: “Networking In Albuquerque”, “Okay, I’ve Purchased Quickbooks, Now What?”, “The Importance of Social Media in Business”, “Agency and the Unauthorized Practice of Law”, “The Importance of Busienss E-Mail Etiquette”, “Catering Tips”, “How Do You Rate Your 401(k) in Our Current Market?”, “The Importance of Document Security”, and dozens more. The editorial is all written by experts in their field and is non-advertorial.
There is a Zip Code Map – Albuquerque. We also have an Area Code Map as well as a Bicycle-Transit Map. You will find a Business Meeting Worksheet and Business Meeting Budget Checklist.
A thorough business listing in over 100 business categories to help you and your business find the services you need. To see some of the ABQ Metro’s top business CEOs & owners tell you why they advertise in the Business Resource Guide, click here.
Each edition is filled with spectacular current photos of Albuquerque Metro.
This annual publication is invaluable if you are in business or a business professional in New Mexico, or if you are in need of Albuquerque Relocation.