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Cultural Entrepreneurship: At the Crossroads of People, Place and Prosperity

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Updated: Tuesday, June 16, 2015

 "Using Census and NAICS data, we have learned that the Cultural Economy accounts for 12% of New Mexico’s workforce occupations. It is a cornerstone of our economic foundation and far outpaces other states’ involvement in this growing global marketspace. As such, New Mexico is uniquely positioned to leapfrog into the burgeoning global Cultural Economy, building economic opportunities for families and while fostering local culture and traditions.

For New Mexico families to succeed in the shifting global economy, our state must build an innovation-based workforce in which human creativity and capacity are the foremost natural resources. New Mexico’s leadership is challenged to identify targeted strategies that capitalize on our unique assets and core competencies while addressing the disparities in income, health, and social equality that persist in our communities. Across the globe, the Cultural Economy is emerging as a force for creating thriving communities, improving livelihoods, and perpetuating diversity."

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