The City of Santa Rosa 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 public and private organizations that offer personalized assistance, training, networking, technical support and other services — some at no cost to you.
CITY OF SANTA ROSA HELPFUL LINKS:
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Arrowhead Technology Incubator is one of many facilities and services provided by Arrowhead Center at New Mexico Read more »
A networking resource for web developers, software engineers, graphic designers and the rest of the technology community. Read more »
Coronado Ventures Forum is a nonprofit corporation that focuses on development, education, and networking opportunities for entrepreneurs, existing and Read more »
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 »
High Tech Consortium of Southern New Mexico is a volunteer association interested in growing technology in the southern part of the state. Read more »
A cybertraining facility in Nob Hill offering workshops, classes, shared workspace & special events. Read more »
Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Richard P. Feynman Center for Innovation (FCI) launched the Express Licensing program to fast-track the licensing Read more »
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), managed by Los Alamos National Security LLC, supports the northern New Mexico community through Read more »
New Mexico Technology Council is a member-driven association of businesses, organizations and tech professionals working together to promote Read more »
A a 300+ acre master-planned technology community. Affiliated with Sandia National Laboratories and adjacent to Kirtland Air Force Base, Read more »
MainStreets exist to promote and support revitalization of local districts. Businesses that locate in a MainStreet area can expect to be part of a hub of economic Read more »
The Lab-to-Business (L2B) accelerator, which is run by the Start-Up Factory (an entity created by members of the New Mexico Angels), helps scientists Read more »
STC.UNM works closely with inventors, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, new and established companies, and patent lawyers to bring innovative Read more »
TEAM Technologies is an advanced engineering and manufacturing company with an on-site accelerator for over 15 companies. The 40,000 square foot Read more »
Created by City Alive with the help of partners such as the City of Albuquerque, the program’s objective is to move inventions and technologies Read more »
After 24 years of building a local startup ecosystem, Technology Ventures Corporation (TVC), closes its doors at the end of April 2017. Read more »
The BioScience Center is a 19,500 sq-ft building in Uptown Albuquerque that contains offices, eight wet (chemistry and microbiology) laboratories Read more »
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), managed by Los Alamos National Security LLC, supports northern New Mexico communities through various programs. Read more »
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