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Albuquerque LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce

The ABQ LGBTQ Chamber is dedicated to promoting LGBTQ business in Albuquerque & NM.

About

The Albuquerque LGBTQ Chamber of Commerce is here to help the LGBTQ and allies community succeed in business, whether through networking, workshops such as financial advice and business start-up or cooperating with other organizations such as the Albuquerque Global Chamber of Commerce. We welcome all New Mexico businesses to join us in creating the necessary foundation for a prosperous and economically stonger New Mexico. We believe all groups in Albuquerque deserve to be treated with respect, dignity and fairness; and fostering a positive business environment. We encourage entrepreneurship and innovation as well as the creative arts among our members. We provide resources to other organizations such as many of the coding organizations and organizations that help with start-ups and financing. Finally, we reach out to companies that are leaving or considering leaving "religious freedom" states which allow discrimination against LGBTQ people, to bring them and their companies to Albuquerque and New Mexico.

Services

Business Planning

  • Demographic/Census Data
  • Identification/Research of Foreign Markets

Financial Resources and Assistance

  • Angel Investment Providers
  • Loan Providers
  • Obtaining Debt Funding
  • Obtaining Equity Funding

Human Resources

  • Employee Development, Hiring and Policies
  • Retention
  • Workforce Incentives

Import and Export Assistance

  • Identification/Research of Foreign Markets
  • Import/Export Certification and Licensing
  • Networking

Libraries and Research Organizations

  • Demographic/Census Data

Management Issues

  • Leadership/Professional Development

Manufacturing, High Tech, Life Sciences Development

  • Technology Transfer
  • Wet Lab Incubator

Marketing/Sales

  • Demographics/Census Data
  • Identification/Research of Foreign Markets

Networking Organizations

  • Demographically Based
  • Geographically Based
  • International Trade
  • Small Business/General

Public Policy and Government Relations

  • African American Business
  • Business Issues Related to a Specific City
  • Hispanic Business
  • Native American Business
  • New Mexico Business Issues
  • Small Business Policy
  • Women's Business

Starting a Business

  • Business Research Resources
  • Forming a Business
  • Startup Business Counseling
Primary ContactMauro Walden-Montoya
AddresssAlbuquerque, NM 87110
Phone(505) 608-7654