Being retired doesn’t always mean the end of a thriving career. It’s time to bring that business idea to fruition or share your experiences with other entrepreneurs – and we can help. This session will also include our friends from TREC (Technical Retirees as Economic Catalysts).
TREC is a volunteer organization that taps the expertise of technical retirees from Sandia National Laboratories and other institutions to address technical issues faced by small businesses in New Mexico. TREC’s services are available to clients of other organizations that help small businesses in New Mexico. TREC works with the client to clarify the issue and will try to identify retirees with the appropriate technical expertise to address the problem for the client free of charge.
Join us for breakfast at FatPipe ABQ at 200 Broadway NE on April 18 at 8:30am to learn about TREC and their services, and all of the the mentors, programming, and resources available to you right here in Albuquerque to start a business or get involved in our entrepreneurial community. It’s never too late to innovate!
FatPipe ABQ is a collaborative workspace where entrepreneurs start businesses. Bring your vision to life in a collaborative space, working among like-minded people with whom you can share ideas and resources. Learn more at www.fatpipenm.com
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