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Arrowhead Center

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

WESST

WESST is a nonprofit, small business development and training organization with locations in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Roswell and Farmington. Offerings include (some services can be provided in both English and Spanish): Free and low-cost business training Workshops Webinars, podcasts, and helpful how-to articles on the small business blog   WESST also provides small… Continue reading WESST

UNM Small Business Institute (SBI) at Anderson School of Management

Every semester 25-30 student teams comprised of 3-5 students, guided by a UNM Anderson faculty member, assist clients in preparing strategic business plans, financial analyses and marketing research studies.  These mutually beneficial partnerships offer students an experiential learning opportunity while providing businesses with management assistance at an affordable rate.

New Mexico Small Business Development Centers (NMSBDC)

New Mexico Small Business Development Centers have locations in 20 communities across the state (shown in the table below). Each provides free assistance to small businesses and entrepreneurs, as well as inexpensive training. Alamogordo Farmington Las Vegas Santa Fe Albuquerque Gallup Los Alamos Santa Teresa Carlsbad Grants Los Lunas Silver City Clovis Hobbs Roswell Taos Española Las… Continue reading New Mexico Small Business Development Centers (NMSBDC)