FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 30, 2011
Innovative new company homegrown in New Mexico, but will have global reach
Albuquerque, NM - Globosocks, LLC, (www.Globosocks.com) a New Mexico based company, recently completed the NM Small Business Assistance program (NMSBA) before it officially launches its operations on July 4, 2011.
Globosocks™ supports innovative marketing and outreach strategies through the sale of Globosocks™ for non-profit/non-governmental agencies, social marketing/political campaigns, and the business community. In adhering to its business model, Globosocks' primary focus will be to assist in raising awareness and financial resources for organizations that improve the wellbeing of communities domestically, and across the world.
“The NMSBA was the first step in a methodical process to outline our business plan. We believe that our company will redefine the way organizations market themselves through the use of our Globosocks™ as well as improving the way schools and non-profit organizations raise funds in this challenging economic environment. We look forward to introducing our game-changing product this 4th of July holiday,” said Gregory Webb, co-founder and co-owner of Globosocks.
The NM Small Business Assistance program is a project of the University of New Mexico’s Anderson School of Management, the State of New Mexico, Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratories. The program accepts promising New Mexico based businesses and provides technical assistance and guidance in the development of successful business models.
"Seeing our innovative and exciting business model validated by studies conducted by respectable organizations such as the UNM Anderson School of Business and our national labs supports our strong expectations of success for Globosocks," said Dr. Bradford Lyau, co-founder and co-owner of Globosocks. "After starting up other companies in Silicon Valley, Globosocks has already been the most rewarding due to its potential contribution to communities around the world."
Contact: James Hallinan, 505.459.1702