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.

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ABQ Coworking Alliance

ABQ Coworking Alliance

A resource for finding area coworking spaces, meetups and news. 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 »

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Aztec Business Hub

An incubator for businesses and ideas at various stages of development. The HUB is a collaborative facility designed to provide the tools, environment and assistance
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CoLAB

Coworking redefines the traditional office space into a more collaborative, knowledge-sharing environment with varying terms and amenities and lower costs. Read more »

FatPipe Albuquerque

FatPipe ABQ

FatPipe ABQ is a 10,000-sq-ft facility in the Lofts at Albuquerque High Courtyard that provides high-tech startups with a collaborative environment. Read more »

FreeRange

FreeRange

The coworking community offers shared and private workspaces for freelancers, working professionals, students or anyone who needs a place Read more »

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Ideas & Coffee Coworking

Coworking redefines the traditional office space into a more collaborative, knowledge-sharing environment with varying terms and amenities Read more »

Coworking

Inter-Dimensional-Space-Port

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

Incubator

Las Vegas Business Hub

Created by Las Vegas San Miguel County Economic Development Corporation and New Mexico Highlands University, the Business Hub offers 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 »

Quelab hackerspace

Quelab

Coworking redefines the traditional office space into a more collaborative, knowledge-sharing environment with varying terms and amenities and lower costs. Read more »

Santa Fe Business Incubator

Santa Fe Business Incubator

SFBI nurtures the development of entrepreneurial companies, helping them survive and grow during the early years, when Read more »

South Valley EDD

South Valley Economic Development Center

SVEDC is a certified business incubator located in Albuquerque’s South Valley.  It serves as both the business incubator for Read more »

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The BioScience Center

The BioScience Center is a 19,500 sq-ft building in Uptown Albuquerque that contains offices, eight wet (chemistry and microbiology) laboratories Read more »

The Produce Company

The Produce Company

The Produce Company provides office amenities including private conference room, communal and private work stations as well as 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 »

WESST

WESST Veterans Suite

Coworking redefines the traditional office space into a more collaborative, knowledge-sharing environment with varying terms and amenities and lower costs.  Read more »


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