Carlsbad

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The City of Carlsbad wants your business to succeed. We passed a Local Economic Development Act (LEDA), which allows us to enter “public private partnerships” with the state in projects that benefit the local economy. The New Mexico Municipal League’s “Grow It” campaign is another initiative to stimulate private-sector job growth by informing business owners of the many free and low-cost services that can help them get on their feet and grow into healthy companies.

Here you will find organizations that offer personalized assistance, training, networking, technical support and other services — some at no cost to you.

CITY OF CARLSBAD HELPFUL LINKS:


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Local

ABQid

ABQid Accelerator

Backed by the City of Albuquerque, ABQid’s Accelerator is aimed at high-growth startups. Through a selective application process that begins every February, Read more »

Arrowhead Technology Center

Arrowhead Technology Center

Arrowhead Technology Incubator is one of many facilities and services provided by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico Read more »

CNM STEMulus Center

CNM STEMulus Center

Central New Mexico Community College’s (CNM) STEMulus Center is an education and training center. Below are some of its offerings. Read more »

Creative Startups

Creative Startups Accelerator

Originally founded in 2008 as the Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship and relaunched in 2015 under a new name, the organization’s mission Read more »

San Juan College Enterprise Center

Enterprise Center at San Juan College

Located in Farmington’s Quality Center for Business, a 43,000 square-foot space that is also home to the Small Business Read more »

Coworking

Inter-Dimensional-Space-Port

A cybertraining facility in Nob Hill offering workshops, classes, shared workspace & special events. Read more »

Los Alamos Commerce and Development

Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation

Seeking to promote business growth and sustainable job retention in Northern New Mexico, the Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation Read more »

Los Alamos Makers

Los Alamos Makers

A community lab and makerspace where members have access to space, workshops, mentorship, tools and equipment Read more »

Native Entrepreneur In Residence program

Native Entrepreneur-In-Residence Program

Created by New Mexico Community Capital, the program houses, develops and finances innovative businesses and startups owned by Native Read more »

Navajo Tech Innovation Center

Navajo Tech Innovation Center

The certified business incubator offers 7,000 square feet of on-site leasable incubation space, with dedicated areas for computer training and hands-on Read more »

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New Mexico Office of African American Affairs (OAAA)

The New Mexico Office of African American Affairs (OAAA) aims to track and provide resources to Black-owned start-up businesses Read more »

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New Mexico Technology Council

New Mexico Technology Council is a member-driven association of businesses, organizations and tech professionals working together to promote Read more »

New Mexico Veterans Business Outreach Center

New Mexico Veterans Business Outreach Center

The NM Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC) provides entrepreneurial development services to veterans from all branches Read more »

Resource for veterans

New Mexico Veterans Procurement Assistance Center, Inc

A non-profit agency serving New Mexico Veterans and Service Disabled Veterans who own or want to own a business. The agency provides Read more »

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NM Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)

A non-profit organization that helps businesses increase profitability and competitiveness through lean concepts. Bringing Read more »

NM Manufacturing Extension Partnership

NM Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) – Farmington

non-profit organization that helps businesses increase profitability and competitiveness through lean concepts. Bringing together experts in government, Read more »

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NM Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) – Roswell

non-profit organization that helps businesses increase profitability and competitiveness through lean concepts. Bringing together Read more »

Parachute Factory

Parachute Factory

A community makerspace that creates opportunities for learning and teaching through a maker-centered curriculum. Tools at the facility include a laser cutter Read more »

projectY

project Y

The 2,400-square-foot coworking space is furnished with desks, private phone rooms, lounge areas, a conference room and kitchen. project Y provides a dynamic, Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Alamogordo

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Albuquerque Central

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Albuquerque South Valley

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Carlsbad

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Clovis

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Espanola

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Farmington

The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides a wealth of business services to new and existing businesses: Assistance with Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Gallup

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Grants

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Hobbs

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Las Cruces

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Los Alamos

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Los Lunas

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Roswell

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Sandoval County (Bernalillo)

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Sandoval County (Rio Rancho)

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Santa Fe

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Silver City

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Taos

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SBDC

SBDC – Tucumcari

New Mexico’s 20 Small Business Development Centers, most of which are located on university and Read more »

SCORE

SCORE – Albuquerque

The Service Corp of Retired Executives (SCORE) is a non-profit organization, supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), that provides Read more »

SCORE

SCORE – Las Cruces

The Service Corp of Retired Executives (SCORE) is a non-profit organization, supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), that provides Read more »

SCORE

SCORE – Santa Fe

The Service Corp of Retired Executives (SCORE) is a non-profit organization, supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), that provides Read more »

SFID Accelerator

SFid Accelerator

SFid launches a pilot accelerator program in January 2016 for four to six startups. Backed by The City of Santa Fe and the Santa Fe Community Read more »

Startup Santa Fe

Startup Santa Fe

A public-private partnership with the City of Santa Fe and Creative Santa Fe, Startup Santa Fe produces networking and discussion groups, workshops, Read more »

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Taos County Economic Development Corporation (EDD)

Economic development organizations recruit new businesses and support existing businesses through relationships and programs Read more »

Keshet Ideas & Innovation Center (KIIC)

The Keshet Ideas and Innovation Center (KIIC)

KIIC provides business development support to to the arts community through training workshops, peer support, networking opportunities, Read more »

The ToolBox, Taos

The ToolBox

A nonprofit community makerspace where youth and adults with interests in technology, craft, science, communications, and art can meet, make, and collaborate. Read more »

Village Capital accelerator

Village Capital accelerator

A Washington, D.C.-based accelerator that focuses on resolving social issues, launched by the City of Albuquerque in 2015 specifically to focus on water issues Read more »

WESST

WESST – Farmington

A private, nonprofit economic development organization that provides business training, consulting and loans to entrepreneurs. Read more »

WESST

WESST – Las Cruces

A private, nonprofit economic development organization that provides business training, consulting and loans to entrepreneurs. Read more »

WESST

WESST – Rio Rancho

A private, nonprofit economic development organization that provides business training, consulting and loans to entrepreneurs. Read more »

WESST

WESST – Roswell

A private, nonprofit economic development organization that provides business training, consulting and loans to entrepreneurs. Read more »

WESST

WESST – Santa Fe

A private, nonprofit economic development organization that provides business training, consulting and loans to entrepreneurs. Read more »

WESST

WESST Enterprise Center

Businesses located at the 37,000-square foot facility near downtown Albuquerque receive operational support, access to Read more »

Statewide

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Accion New Mexico

A nonprofit organization that increases access to business credit, makes loans and provides training which enables New Mexico-based entrepreneurs Read more »

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New Mexico Office of African American Affairs (OAAA)

The New Mexico Office of African American Affairs (OAAA) aims to track and provide resources to Black-owned start-up businesses Read more »

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NM Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)

A non-profit organization that helps businesses increase profitability and competitiveness through lean concepts. Bringing Read more »

US Small Business Administration (SBA)

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

The SBA Emerging Leaders Initiative is a free federal executive-level training initiative designed to help local entrepreneurs Read more »

WESST

WESST

WESST is a private, nonprofit economic development organization that provides business training, consulting and loans Read more »


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