The City of Clovis 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 CLOVIS HELPFUL LINKS:
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Businesses in Bernalillo County turn to the department for help Read more »
BernCo’s film office is part of the Bernalillo County Economic Development Department. The office is a source for identifying potential film locations, Read more »
A nonprofit dedicated to strengthening Santa Fe’s creative economy and enhancing the quality of life for citizens and visitors through collaboration and innovation. Read more »
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 »
A nonprofit that brings creative entrepreneurs together to experiment and create in a collaborative format. Housed in the Meow Wolf Art Complex, its makerspace Read more »
In August 2017, the community makerspace announced that it would be closing its doors. The following was part of their Facebook message: Read more »
A social entrepreneurship incubator that supports New Mexico entrepreneurs engaged in promoting social change through creativity. SFAI Works brings Read more »
Film liaison for permits and incentive information. Read more »
KIIC provides business development support to to the arts community through training workshops, peer support, networking opportunities, Read more »
A professional development program designed to teach artists and individuals working at art organizations the basics of business management Read more »
CreativeMornings, which has chapters worldwide and in New Mexico, puts a monthly spotlight on the creative community. The format Read more »
A leading advocate for cultural entrepreneurs, GCCE has mentored entrepreneurs who have gone on to create thriving businesses, Read more »
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