WE’RE NOT ONLY IMAGINING A BETTER ALBUQUERQUE

WE ARE BUILDING ONE


$0
raised together for entrepreneurial ecosystem


$0
loaned to entrepreneurs through Co-op Capital


$0
leveraged in funding for InnovateABQ construction

$485,000

LOANED TO ENTREPRENEURS THROUGH CO-OP CAPITAL


$8,500,000

leveraged in funding for innovateabq construction


$23,000

student savings in tuition and fees through UNM & CNM’s 2+1+2 Program


City Alive is working to change systems and support programs that help ensure that all hard working entrepreneurs in Albuquerque, regardless of race, income or background, have the support and resources they need to turn a good idea into a successful business.

Learn how

PROGRAMS

  • City Alive Community Navigators
    Community Navigators
  • Co-op-capital
    Co-op Capital
  • Main Street Navigator Program
  • Molino
  • Tech Navigators
  • Partner Programs

We ground our efforts in real-time data while addressing racial and income disparity head on.

How are we doing?

SUPPORTING ENTREPRENEURS

  • Innovation Entrepreneurs
    Innovation Led
  • Mainstreet Entrepreneurs
    Main Street
  • Microenterprise Entrepreneurs
    Microenterprise
  • Second Stage Entrepreneurs
    Second Stage

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