The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at UNM-Los Alamos continues to serve individuals interested in starting a business as well as existing businesses in the community.
Ted Lopez, who had served as director for the past three years, passed away earlier this month. Anne Lantrip is the contact person at the SBDC Los Alamos until a new director is hired.
Lantrip rejoined the SBDC at UNM-LA in April 2016 as a business advisor after returning to Los Alamos. She had previously worked with UNM-LA and the SBDC in 2013 and 2014. Overall, Lantrip brings more than 10 years of small business experience to the position.
The UNM–Los Alamos SBDC offers business assistance to any existing or aspiring small business in the community, including not-for-profits. Typical areas of assistance include business start-up and registration, planning and business planning development, customer service, marketing, business financing, incorporation, proposal preparation, employee issues, business computing, record keeping, regulatory issues, quality management, productivity issues, and trade name searches.
For more information on the New Mexico SBDC programs, visit www.nmsbdc.org.