Four Corners Economic Development
“Are you thinking of starting or relocating a business in the southwest? Or maybe you need to grow or sustain your locally owned business? Four Corners Economic Development can help you do just that! Servicing San Juan County, New Mexico (Farmington MSA) in the beautiful Four Corners region, we here at Four Corners Economic Development (4CED) are working hard to create an ecosystem where people and businesses flourish. Centrally located and rich in culture, sunshine, natural resources and outdoor adventure we are focused on expanding the agriculture, energy, manufacturing, and tourism industries in our area.” For more information contact Four Corners Economic Development at 4cornersed.com or 800-854-5053.
Small Business Development Center
Established companies, as well as businesses just starting, call the Small Business Development Center a partner and friend. As the state's only nationally accredited small business support provider, counselors assist in pre-and post-venture planning with no-charge confidential one-on-one consulting, low cost training in a variety of subjects, and are able to assist your company in networking with other local companies to achieve your goals. Contact Carmen Martinez, 505-566-3528.
San Juan College Enterprise Center
The SJC-Enterprise Center is a business incubator designed to assist start-up and emerging businesses. We serve our clients by providing office and/or light manufacturing space, shared business services, and coaching and training. SJC-Enterprise Center is a member of the National Business Incubator Association and is one of only five-certified business incubators in New Mexico. Contact Judy Castleberry, 505-566-3699.
Center for Workforce Training
Center for Workforce Training (CWT) offers a wide range of nationally and internationally recognized soft skills and computer technology classes. The trainings offered by CWT are not cookiecutter. We develop classes that are fast track and directly tailored to meet the needs of our local organizations and businesses. Contact Nancy Sisson, 505-566-3501
WESST is a non-profit organization staffed in Famington by Chris Hunter, MBA and serving NW NM and the Navajo Nation. WESST assists small businesses with all aspects of technical assistance including business plans, financial models, marketing and business development advisory services. Group and one-on-one training including software like MS Excel and QuickBooks. WESST is an SBA microlender offering start-up capital and access to funding through WESST loan fund and other sources including conventional and other lenders. Contact Chris Hunter, 505-566-3715.
New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership
New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership (New Mexico MEP) is part of the a national network which provides technical and business resources to manufacturers who are prepared to expand their capabilities and increase profitability. New Mexico MEP also provides a unique set of workforce development offerings that prepare employees to be competitive in the global market. Contact Denise Williams, 505-860-9961.