Network facilitators help entrepreneurs identify their strategic needs and goals. One-to-one coaching is provided free of charge and is offered on an
ongoing basis. Meetings occur where the entrepreneurs are most comfortable—at their business, a library, coffee shop, or other local facilities.
Facilitators tap into their networks and relationships to refer entrepreneurs to resources and services that coincide with the business’s needs. Referrals may include funding sources, microloans, technical assistance and market research. Volunteers with specific business expertise are often available to assist entrepreneurs with their specialized needs.
Read how Entrepreneurial Networking has been the catalyst for business growth:
- Funds Connect Growers to Burgeoning Industry
- Entrepreneurial Network Helps Local Man Build Fire Extinguisher Business
The San Miguel County Entrepreneurial Network is a program of Los Alamos Connect, the principal economic development investment of Los Alamos National Security, LLC and Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).
- Andrea Gottschalk