Economic Development Information
State government agency that provides a wide range of services for NM businesses and communities as well as information for companies considering a relocation or expansion in NM
Agency created in 2003 by Governor Richardson's administration to focus solely on recruiting new businesses to New Mexico and facilitate the site selection process
A non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing and improving business quality in New Mexico
Research and information source regarding the demographic characteristics of the state's population and economy
One-year training program to prepare companies for ISO 90001:2000 Certification. Honeywell, New Mexico Economic Development Department, and Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories sponsor the course.
New Mexico MEP is a non-profit service available to every manufacturer in the state to help them compete more effectively in the global marketplace
Workforce and Labor Resources and Information
Supports business and promotes the workforce by serving as a one-stop career center
State agency that provides information and services related to labor & industrial issues, human rights, unemployment insurance, job training, and labor & economic statistics
Small Business, Start-up and Financing Resources
Non-profit organization that increases access to business credit, makes loans and provides training to assist emerging entrepreneurs
Private, non-profit corporation that assists communities with their economic development goals by offering competitive long-term loans to finance capital assets
Offers a broad range of services to help regional businesses and fledging entrepreneurs in the high tech sector of northern NM
Provides equity capital and business growth services for small business ventures in rural communities
Partnership of the U.S. Small Business Administration, the State of NM, the NM Association of Community Colleges, and the private sector to provide small businesses and entrepreneurs with an assortment of services
Provides skills training services and support to small businesses, start-ups, spin-offs, and entrepreneurs as well as free workshops in areas critical to business success
Non-profit corporation that facilitates the start-up and growth of women and minority-owned businesses throughout the state of New Mexico
State Business Resources
Source link to register partnerships and any trade and service marks with the secretary of the State of New Mexico.
Source link to obtain a state business tax identification number and other state tax information.
Source link regarding information regarding workers' compensation insurance and requirements of displaying appropriate signage.
Source link to apply for unemployment insurance. All entities that have employees and are engaged in business in New Mexico must obtain an employer account number for unemployment insurance purposes. Fill out the ES-802 form.
Source link to agency that handles the licensing and regulation of thirty-five separate industries and professions in New Mexico.
Source link to the Corporations Bureau which issues certificates of incorporation for New Mexico and regulates private utilities in New Mexico.
Source link to a one stop information source for starting a business in New Mexico including information on free seminars.
Federal Business Resources
The SBA was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation. Bottom line, the SBA helps Americans start, build and grow businesses.
Provides businesses with one-stop access to federal government information, services, and transactions to make the relationship between businesses and government more productive
Encourages the creation, growth and expansion of minority-owned businesses in the U.S. by providing access to public/private debt and equity financing, market opportunities, and management and business information
Source for business, tax, and legal questions and practical tips that will help people work smarter, save money, and stay in compliance with the law
Source link to various small business resources provided by the New Mexico Small Business Development Center.