Studio G

NMSU's Student Business Accelerator
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NMSU’s Student Business Accelerator

Participate in our Shark Tank and win money for your business! Join an accelerator and learn about the market and win money towards your business! Meet with enterprise advisors and learn about accounting, business law, and marketing strategies!

Outstanding resources available to Studio G members!

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Have an idea that you could turn into a business?

Join a Studio G startup

Have a skill that you could contribute to a business?

Join our Studio G community

Want to meet people and network with other student business owners?

Who Can Be A Member?

Studio G services are provided to members for free, and Studio G does not take ownership or equity in your business or technology. We provide shared office space at our building Arrowhead Center – Academic Research A, business consulting, and a wide variety of resources to help you launch your own business.

If you have a business idea and would like to take advantage of the resources available at Studio G click the Join ink on the tab above. If you don’t have a business idea yet and just want to talk about opportunities available through Studio G or get involved through our internship program or opportunities for student employment, please send an email to studiog@nmsu.edu.

Studio G is available to students and recent alumni from:

  • NMSU Main Campus
  • NMSU-Alamogordo
  • NMSU-Carlsbad
  • NMSU-Grants
  • Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Central New Mexico Community College
  • Dona Ana Community College (DACC)
  • Eastern New Mexico University
  • Institute of American Indian Arts
  • Navajo Technical University
  • New Mexico Tech
  • St. John’s College
  • San Juan College
  • Sandia National Laboratories (Current Students or Post-Docs)
  • Santa Fe Community College
  • University of New Mexico
  • Western New Mexico University
  • University of Texas at El Paso

Benefits of Membership

Advising

Access to Studio G businesss adivising staff and Arrowhead’s Enterprise Advisors – these include seasoned entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, investment bankers, marketing experts, engineers, intellectual property lawyers, accountants, graphic designers and product developers that are available to help you launch your business.

Workspaces

Access to meeting rooms and workspaces for your business

Equipment & Software

Access to great equipment and software – 3D Printer, 3D Scanner, Vinyl Cutter, Video Conferencing, AV equipment, Green Screen, Adobe Creative Suite, SolidWorks commercial version, and more.

Library

Access to our Entrepreneurship Library with great resources for entrepreneurs.

Funding Opportunities

Funding opportunities and awards exclusive to Studio G members.

Licensing Opportunities

Opportunities to license technology from New Mexico State University.

Meet Our Team

Brooke Montgomery

Brooke Montgomery

Director of Studio G

Brooke Montgomery serves as a Program Director for Arrowhead Center and is the Director of Studio G and AIBE, while serving as a manager and teacher for NMSU’s National Science Foundation I-Corps regional site. Brooke leads Studio G’s borderplex and statewide efforts in student entrepreneurship and innovation by providing direction for Studio G initiatives, strategies, goals, and performance while serving the diverse needs of student entrepreneurship and economic mobility across the state. She delivers experiential learning opportunities that foster inquiry, diversity and inclusion, social mobility, and service to the broader community. Brooke holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a minor in Political Science from the University of California, Irvine and a Master of Arts degree in Education and Post Graduate focused work in Multivariate Research Procedures/Analyses; Advanced Measurement and Statistics; Educational Leadership and Evaluation; from New Mexico State University. Brooke also serves as an entrepreneur serving as CEO for Pivotal Biotech LLC and holding patents in the respiratory medical device industry inclusive of Moisture Trap Assembly for Respiratory Circuit Publication number: 20170049987 and Adapter with Moisture Trap Assembly Publication number: 20180200469. 

Brooke can be reached at
mbrooke@nmsu.edu 

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