It’s time to celebrate New Mexico’s fastest-growing technology companies! Is your firm one of them? If so, we want to hear from you!
You can find out by applying for the annual New Mexico Flying 40 program, which recognizes and ranks the state’s high-tech growth leaders. The 2017 listing will be compiled from voluntary responses to the qualification questions.
Location: The company must be headquartered in New Mexico
Ownership: The company may be publicly listed or privately owned, but cannot be a subsidiary of a company headquartered outside of New Mexico.
Type: The company must generally be regarded as a “technology company,” working in the computer, communications, semiconductor, bioscience, optics, energy, defense, aerospace, software applications, pharmaceutical, multimedia, energy, and environmental technology sectors. The company may be engaged in research and development, technology consulting and services, or the manufacture of products conceived and developed by the company.
Size: Five or more employees.
Deadline: Friday March 31, 2017
Selected Flying 40 awardees will be notified by April 24th.
The award event will be held on Wednesday June 7th @ 6PM at the Albuquerque Botanical Gardens/Aquarium. Event details will be provided with the awardee notification.
For event information, please contact Roberta Eads, Technology Ventures Corp., 505.843.4205
Program sponsors include: Technology Ventures Corp.; KPMG LLP; New Mexico Bank and Trust; Albuquerque Journal Business Outlook; Sandia Science & Technology Park Development Corp.
Is your firm one of New Mexico’s fastest-growing technology companies?
The annual listing, now in its 20th year, celebrates technology entrepreneurs and the contribution they make to New Mexico’s economy. John Freisinger, President and CEO of Technology Ventures Corp., which hosts the program stated, “As the New Mexico economy enters its newest growth phase, I think it is important to recognize not only the companies that laid the foundation, but also those who are leading our recovery. With aggregate revenues of $927 million, these companies deserve our recognition.”
The 2017 listing was compiled from voluntary responses. Eligibility was determined in three categories: top revenue growth companies with revenues between $1 million and $10 million; top revenue growth companies with revenues of more than $10 million; and top revenue-producing technology companies irrespective of revenue growth.
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