StartUp is a cooperative group of new and small business owners that focuses on networking and netweaving within the Albuquerque area.

Location: Albuquerque, NM
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Latest Activity: Jul 6

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Creative Movement classes for 3 months - 5 years-old - NEW ABQ BUSINESS

Started by Mary Turpin/Move With Me! Sep 15, 2011.

"What is it exactly that you do?" 58 Replies

Started by Desert DiVA. Last reply by Jean Mason Apr 12, 2011.

Marketing? 10 Replies

Started by petitgranolagal. Last reply by Sphere Printing Nov 3, 2009.

Tokyo Art Team wanted

Started by josh jones Nov 2, 2009.

Good insurance provider? 1 Reply

Started by Carrie. Last reply by Scott Whiting Aug 21, 2009.

Chairs needed

Started by tiffany Jun 18, 2009.

Are you finding that keeping up with your Online Presence is becoming exhausting? 4 Replies

Started by Desert DiVA. Last reply by MaggieBelize Jun 9, 2009.

This friday BBQ art madness

Started by josh jones Feb 11, 2009.

What is your business resolution for the new year? 1 Reply

Started by David Edwards. Last reply by Sarahjmd Dec 29, 2008.

Join AIBA! Support Local Businesses! 1 Reply

Started by Desert DiVA. Last reply by The Wooden Cow Gallery and Art Space Nov 5, 2008.

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Comment by Aleta Mason on July 2, 2011 at 4:42pm
I do SO many things- organize, clean, window washing, AND psychic readings ( i know, its a strange mix. What can i say?)
Comment by Miriam on August 24, 2010 at 12:24pm
Thought you might be interested in my new program. The Antidote to Overwhelm for Entrepreneurs. Learn more here

Take care,
Comment by Bombilla Marketing on July 29, 2010 at 1:01pm
Hello Start Up Members!

Just wanted to introduce myself and start up project, TRAVELHOST of Central New Mexico, Magazine. Our first quarterly issue is premiering in September and will be distributed for travelers at local area hotel rooms.

Many folks don't realize that that tourists out number locals 3-to1 and spend approx. 5.1 billion dollars annually in our beautiful state. Of course, this means they go out to eat, shop, and more. I came to TRAVELHOST loving the idea of helping visitors discover what to do, where to go, and where to try for their first time. So, you will find that TRAVELHOST offers real content. Each editorial contributor for the magazine is a long time local with long lists of favorites that
they are proud to refer.

If you have any story ideas or even would just like more info about the publication, please feel free to contact me anytime, a sneak peek is available at:

Have a great day!
Comment by Scott Whiting on August 21, 2009 at 11:05am
Hi Miriam,
(and everyone else) These social network sites are a great way to get to know people, but the best is F2F. I help charter a business networking group about 18 months ago and it did very well, at first. Then people stopped doing what they were there for (passing referrals and inviting guests) and it soon became a "breakfast club" I have since joined The Albuquerque Business Builders Referral group. I think this group has what it takes. If you would like to attend as a guest, please let me know. It meets every Tues. from 11:30 - 1:00 at the Court yard by Marriott on Jefferson.
Comment by Miriam on June 11, 2009 at 11:40am
It has been awhile since I looked into this group. I am wondering why we don't all try to do a better job at it. I am also wondering if you all would help me out. I am developing a workshop about setting up an efficient SOHO (small office home office) office, and am in need of experiences and challenges overcome in making the shift. Please share. I find that putting on shoes helps me get to work - putting the tv in the other room also helped. Thanks.
Comment by Chroma Studios on March 13, 2009 at 5:42pm
Just wondering if we are going to meet up again soon?
Comment by scott on January 31, 2009 at 7:23am
Emailed images of my chairs to, the magazine's website. Looks like my chair are gonna be 'product of the day' soon. stoked!!!
Comment by Dominic Knipfing on January 25, 2009 at 7:06am
My wife and children recently moved to Rio Rancho, and I am still living and working in Baltimore, MD. I hope I can join them by summer time. I work for a sustainable building/living architecture firm in MD (we do; green roofs, planted modular retaining walls, interior planted biofilter walls, straw bale construction, warehouse rehabs into environmental living spaces, and a little solar geothermal work). I am working with the owner of the company on how I can bring some of the things we do to the market in New Mexico. I am glad to be apart of this group and receive any advice and suggestions about bring a business to ABQ, and to read and learn about what other people are doing in the Duke city. Thanks
Comment by Esther Golden on November 20, 2008 at 4:49pm
I am working on the production of an aromatherapy line. Does anyone have info about local regulations?
Comment by Chroma Studios on October 18, 2008 at 1:58pm
It was great to meet some of you at Mariposa Gallery on Thursday! Looking forward to the next meet up!

Paula :)

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