News & Events

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Now Accepting Leveraged Project Applications

January 13, 2021
The New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program is now accepting applications for Leveraged Projects through February 16. Leveraged Projects allow multiple small businesses with a shared interest to team up and receive collective assistance from experts at Los Alamos or Sandia national laboratories. Leveraged projects are eligible for up to $120,000 of technical assistance to help the companies solve their shared challenge. Click to download the PDF below for more information.
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2021 Leveraged Project Call--now open!

September 28, 2020
Team with other New Mexico small businesses to receive up to $120,000 of technical assistance to solve shared problems.
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Advancing Technology with TRGR

August 11, 2020
Los Alamos and Sandia National laboratories in partnership with the State of New Mexico are launching the New Mexico Technology Readiness Gross Receipts Initiative (TRGR) to advance technologies derived from New Mexico National laboratories past invention to be market ready. This is the first call for proposals. Statements of Intent are due August 27, 2020. Requests for assistance will be accepted on a rolling basis thereafter.

Helping NM's Science and Technology Companies Adapt During the COVID-19 Emergency

April 27, 2020
The Arrowhead Center is teaming up with NMEDD's Office of Science and Technology to provide access to programs which help science & tech companies face the COVID-19 health emergency.

Help for Businesses during the COVID-19 Health Emergency

March 16, 2020
Businesses seeking guidance and financial assistance during this time can find resources at the State of New Mexico

2021 Leveraged Project Call

January 13, 2020
Join other small businesses that share a technical challenge to request up to $120,000 of technical assistance.
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A new way to go: Rocks of ashes

December 2, 2019
"Thanks to the collaboration with LANL orchestrated by NMSBA and the support of bizMIX, Parting Stone has become one of the hottest startups in Santa Fe. "

NMSBA Client Ute Cattle Company Recieves Regional Environmental Stewardship Award

November 4, 2019
NMSBA helped the Ute Cattle Company prove out water saving technologies.

Information Sessions for All!

August 15, 2019
Learn about the NMSBA Program and what type of project is right for your business by attending one of our online or in-person information sessions.

Leveraged Projects Are Now Open

August 14, 2019
Companies can team up to solve larger challenges through NMSBA's Leveraged Projects
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Information Sessions for All!

August 14, 2019
Learn about the NMSBA Program and what type of project is right for your business by attending one of our upcoming online or in-person information sessions.

NMSBA can now do more!

June 27, 2019

Help for Small Businesses

November 19, 2018
“Incredible, fun and extremely empowering” NMSBA is helping small New Mexico companies solve problems!

NMSBA Takes a Honeymoon

November 6, 2018
The crew from Santa Fe’s Honeymoon Brewery is raising a glass to the New Mexico Small Business Assistance Program and offering a hearty “salud” to David Fox of Los Alamos National Laboratories.

Death Becomes Him: Enterpreneur tackles cremation industry through science and design.

October 18, 2018
NMSBA helped Purified Remains win the BixMIX competition. The Santa Fe Reporter has the story.

Requests for Assistance Currently Being Accepted

August 1, 2018
New Mexican companies from a wide range of industries use NMSBA to overcome challenges through activities such as evaluating prototypes in order to acquire venture capital funding; solving pressing and complex technical challenges of all ilks so that they could begin manufacturing their product; realizing cost savings via supply chain analysis; and gaining new customers through market and business analysis. Companies in Bernalillo County are eligible for up to $10,000 of technical assistance and companies in all other New Mexico counties are eligible for $20,000 of assistance.