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WESST’s role evolves in economic slowdown»

April 19, 2013 | Albuquerque Business FirstWESST President Agnes Noonan shows her excitement about the organization’s new digital media center. The 1,037-square-foot center will be equipped with technology that will allow WESST clients and businesses in the community to make promotional videos and website material to promote their offerings.

14th Annual Women’s History Brunch to Be Held In Roswell»

March 21, 2013 | Roswell Daily RecordThe 14th annual Women’s History Month celebration brunch, sponsored by WESST, will be held on Saturday, March 23, 2013 at the Roswell Museum and Art Center. The achievements of women throughout the generations will be recognized, with a special tribute to three local women: Kaarin Jager, Barbara Corn-Patterson and Andrea Hill-Smith.

Albuquerque Business First announces BizTech Innovation Awards honorees»

March 14, 2013 | Albuquerque Business FirstCongratulations to WESST clients Sage Technology Partners, Inc., and Rock Tops for being recognized among 12 honorees in Albuquerque Business First’s inaugural BizTech Innovation Awards! Category winners will be announced at the April 25 BizTech Innovation Awards luncheon. Good luck to all of the honorees!

WESST Lands $10,000 Bank of the West Philanthropy Award»

December 5, 2012 | Albuquerque Business FirstWESST was recently recognized as a finalist in the Bank of the West’s “Community Impact Award,” and received a $10,000 grant. The Community Impact Award recognizes a nonprofit organization “inspired by a Bank of the West customer with a strong track record of philanthropic activity and measurable record of accomplishments.”

MRCOG study: WESST has created 1,159 jobs»

October 22, 2012 | New Mexico Business WeeklyThe Mid-Region Council of Governments has released an independent study detailing WESST’s economic impact in New Mexico. In addition, the study credits WESST with helping grow small businesses with $87 million in consumer spending, $93 million in personal income and $128 million in gross domestic product.