MBDA Business Center
U.S. Minority Business Development Agency New Mexico Business Center
The New Mexico Minority Business Development Agency Business Center is located in Albuquerque and provides assistance to mid-sized, minority-owned businesses throughout New Mexico and across the United States.
The New Mexico MBDA Business Center harnesses the power of federal resources to achieve broad-based, equitable economic impact through job creation and revenue growth at the local level. To achieve this, we offer a complete menu of services to ensure your business reaches its full potential in growth and impact.
Identification of financing opportunities and equity funds; relationship-building with MBE-specific lenders; assistance with applications and loan packaging.
Preparation of government, tribal, and defense RFPs; identification of procurement opportunities; solicitation analysis; bid and proposal preparation; negotiation and closing support; contract lead-sharing and matching.
Government procurement assistance; identification of export markets; analysis of trade zone opportunities; international trade assistance and identification of export markets; and market research assistance.
Growth plan consulting; business certification and registration help; promotion assistance.
Business growth Sprint Workshop; roadshow events; virtual and in-person small group trainings; procurement training; Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer workshops.
Companies that are 51% owned or controlled by the following persons or groups of persons are eligible to receive technical business assistance services from the Albuquerque MBDA Business Center: African American, Hispanic American, American Asian and Pacific Islander, Native American (including Alaska Natives, Alaska Native corporations, and Tribal entities), Asian Indian American, and Hasidic Jewish Americans. The Center will maximize its impact by focusing on high growth sectors in which New Mexico excels: biosciences, aerospace and drone technology, energy, defense, construction, health care, optics and photonics, cybersecurity, advanced manufacturing, and film and television.
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