WESST Press Releases
WESST is targeting services to small business owners who need assistance with technology
WESST announces the much anticipated Veterans Suite, a co-working space for Veterans at the WESST Enterprise Center.
WESST announces the much anticipated Grand Opening of the Comcast Digital Media Studio at the WESST Enterprise Center. The studio is available to the public at hourly rates.
New Mexico Educators FCU is partnering with WESST and WESST client, Marron and Associates, to mobilize small business support in New Mexico. The credit union will be adding an additional $7,000 match to $7,000 in matching funds provided by Marron and Associates.
WESST is excited to announce Wells Fargo has become a one year $50,000 Expansion Partner for the WESST Technology Toolkit™. The WESST Technology Toolkit™ is a statewide program that helps New Mexico entrepreneurs learn about…
Several factors were at play in creating this year’s record results; including doubling the number of attendees from last year to 620, increasing sponsorships, and obtaining incredible live auction items.
WESST is thrilled to announce that U.S. Bank in Albuquerque will be a two-year sustaining partner for the WESST Technology Toolkit™, a program that helps New Mexico entrepreneurs learn about and incorporate technology tools that will move their business to the next level.
WESST board chair, Dave Vedera, announced the launch of WESST’s 2013 $100,000 Job Creation Challenge in Albuquerque during their Invest in WESST event on Tuesday, September 24, 2013, with the goal of creating more jobs in New Mexico.
Today, WESST held an official ribbon cutting ceremony to name the WESST eco-friendly parking lot in honor of Don Chalmers Ford. Mayor Richard J. Berry spoke at the event and emphasized that combining economic development with environmentally-friendly practices is good for the community and a real focus of the City, recognizing WESST’s role in small business development and eco-friendly initiatives.
The Montezuma Ball, one of New Mexico’s oldest traditions, has announced its beneficiaries for this year’s ball, WESST, Animal Humane New Mexico and the New Mexico Multi-Cultural Foundation.