CVF was founded to both educate investors and entrepreneurs on the process of early-stage, private equity funding, and bring them together for networking events. Education topics are focused on: Critical issues in relation to identifying, investigating, and attracting growth financing Acquainting early-stage growth companies about investor requirements and expectations Informing investors about local business opportunities.
Startup Weekend is a global grassroots movement of entrepreneurs learning the basics of founding startups and launching successful ventures. All Weekend events follow the same basic model: anyone is welcome to pitch their startup idea and receive feedback from their peers. Teams organize around the top ideas, which are determined by popular vote, and then… Continue reading Startup Weekend
SCORE is a nonprofit association, supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and dedicated to educating and mentoring small business founders in order to help them grow their businesses and achieve their goals. The organization’s work is conducted through a network of over 11,000 volunteers, and services are offered at little to no cost.
Three Sisters Kitchen offers rentable commercial kitchen space, a cafe and foods shop and a food industry training program that runs for 15 weeks twice a year. It is located on Gold Avenue in the heart of Downtown Albuquerque.
Emerging businesses who are members of the WESST Enterprise Center receive operational support and resources that help accelerate growth during the critical start-up phase and encourage long-term success. The facility is equipped to house businesses in many industries including artisan manufacturinng, digital media production, information technology, and business and consumer services. Amenities and support services… Continue reading WESST Enterprise Center
Located in central Albuquerque, The BioScience Center is a 19,500 square foot facility designed specifically for life sciences incubation. Clients can be both resident and non-resident. In addition to infrastructure, the Center provides business advisors, networking opportunities and potential partnerships. The program provides: Mentoring, coaching, consulting Shared services including a receptionist Shared office equipment for a nominal fee Access… Continue reading The BioScience Center
SFBI’s unique programming model helps accelerate the growth of early stage startup companies through coaching, advisory councils, one-on-one and group engagement, seminars, workshops, and community building. Laboratory amenities include: A flow cytometer Real time PCR machine Gel doc XR+ system Centrifuges Vortexers Refrigerators An 80 below freezer
Amenities include: Modern design A rich program of events Fast internet Shower & kitchen facilities Lounge area and outdoor garden patio Locations: Albuquerque East Mountains Rio Rancho Taos
Arrowhead Center (Arrowhead) is New Mexico State University’s innovation/entrepreneurship center, technology transfer office, and economic development engine. Arrowhead offers a broad suite of programs that promote technology transfer; support the creation, growth and scaling of small businesses and startups; and provide access to a strong network of advisors dedicated to assisting Arrowhead clients. Arrowhead’s programs include… Continue reading Arrowhead Center
TCEDC includes: A 24,000 square foot business park and community center 5,000 square foot commercial food processing facility (the Taos Food Center) Operation of a community garden and greenhouse which links numerous community groups and individuals to opportunities within the agricultural value-added sector Operation of a small business direct services program serving over 200 individual… Continue reading Taos County Economic Development Corporation