ProjectY Cowork Has Impressive Turnout For Atomic City Entrepreneurial Round Robin

Participants in the February 7 Round-Robin for local entrepreneurs. Courtesy photo


projectY cowork Los Alamos hosted a free Entrepreneurial Round-Robin or “Speed Dating for Business Resources” event on February 7, that was attended by local entrepreneurs. 

“I’m glad that so many small business owners, entrepreneurs, and startups came out for this event,” said Christina McCormick, community and marketing manager at projectY cowork. “The event was such a success that I had some attendees asking when I would host the next one!”

Representatives from the following organizations were present: New Mexico Angels, Century Bank, Del Norte Credit Union, Enchantment Land Certified Development Company, Regional Development Corporation (RDC), UNM Rainforest, Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation, New Mexico Office of Science and Technology with NMEDD, New Mexico Small Business Assistance, Small Business Development Center, Los Alamos County Economic Development Department, UNM SEED, and Envisioned Designs.

Since its inception in June 2016, projectY cowork has hosted hundreds of entrepreneurial events attracting individuals from across Northern New Mexico. In addition to various membership options and punchcard passes to the workspace, projectY also allows non-members to reserve its 10-person conference room and event space for after-hours and weekend use. For more information, visit

About projectY cowork Los Alamos

projectY cowork is a coworking space that serves as a hub for startups, freelancers and others to be connected to like-minded entrepreneurs, business experts, investors and mentors who will help them achieve their personal and professional goals. In addition to providing an affordable, modern workspace for locals, projectY also hosts experts to provide entrepreneurial workshops and other events. projectY cowork is an initiative between Los Alamos Commerce & Development Corporation, Los Alamos County, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Feynman Center for Innovation, Regional Development Corporation (RDC) and Triad, LLC.