• August 3, 2021

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Victor Urbina Minding your Business: Sword Swallowing & Direct Mail

What’s your favorite circus performer? Is it the trapeze artists? Maybe the lion tamer? Or is it the clowns? My favorite circus performer is guy, or girl, who swallows the swords. It’s the perfect combination of excitement and suspense. I mean they risk their lives every time they go out and perform. One false move and that’s all […]Read More

Victor Urbina’s Minding your Business: The Value of Customers

COLUMN #1: Congratulations! You Just Made Facebook $14.34 Business is all about numbers. I think we all agree on that. Customer counts. Daily sales. Cost of goods sold. Net profits. The list goes on and on. In my 10+ years in business its surprised me how few business owners actually know THEIR numbers. Don’t get me wrong I’m just as […]Read More

Victor Urbina’s Minding Your Business: My Origin Story

All Superheroes Have Origin Stories, So Why Shouldn’t I? Hello El Paso, my name is Victor Urbina and I’m an entrepreneur…I’ve been an entrepreneur all my life. As a kid I tried to sell paperclip jewelry to my neighbors. I started my first business when I was 11 years old. I sold soda’s in downtown El […]Read More

UTEP Announces 2021 Top Ten Seniors

The University of Texas at El Paso Alumni Association has selected the 2021 Top Ten Seniors – students whose academic achievements, involvement, leadership and service exemplify the most promising Miner alumni. “It goes without saying that our Top Ten Seniors have earned this designation as a result of their hard work, academic excellence and the […]Read More

Video+Gallery+Story: TTUHSC El Paso, UTEP develop ‘Texas Breather,’ low cost,

Nationwide, hospitals are concerned about a possible shortage of ventilators as more Americans require treatment for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus disease that can cause life-threatening respiratory problems such as pneumonia. A collaboration between Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso and the University of Texas at El Paso could help solve the problem. Using […]Read More

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