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Get Connected Newsletter from the Wyoming Broadband Office

To view this email as a web page, go here. Get Connected.Newsletter from the Wyoming Broadband Office focused on finding solutions to improve access to high-speed internet across Wyoming. Update from the Wyoming Broadband OfficeThe Public Comment period for the Broadband Program, Chapter 4 - Connect Wyoming program rules is open until Aug. 22. Learn more […]

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Can Job Aids Help Your Team Become More Efficient? Wyoming SBDC Network Biz Tip

by Rob Condie | Jul 28, 2022 | Biz Tips As businesses look for ways to make their operations more efficient it makes sense to look within at their own processes and practices. In many cases this means reviewing training protocols and job efficiency tools. A crucial tool in making sure processes are followed carefully and thoroughly by new hires […]

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Wyoming Economic Development Association Annual Awards

Wyoming Economic Development Association Annual Awards   It's time to nominate yourself or others for the annual WEDA Economic Development Awards.    This is a great way to get more information out about the successes you are seeing across the state and how Economic Development impacts our communities.    For this year, we have three […]

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WEDA August Prosperity Call

      Join us on August 11th at 11am Agenda:  The Wyoming Business Council, in partnership with InSite Consulting, is launching a new Site and Industrial Park Readiness and Marketing Program to help develop and advance the business prosperity and economic resiliency of the State of Wyoming. This is a unique opportunity for all […]

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Wyoming State Library Outrider Newsletter for July

­ ­ The News is Out! ­ In this issue… the Libraries Build Business book launch at ALA! Also in the pages of this month's newsletter:   • Bring Platte the Pronghorn or members of the Paw Patrol to your library • New WYLD Cataloging Office Hours for your questions • Results of the Wyoming […]

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Business-2-Business Creative Services From Wyoming Women's Business Center Through Community Navigator Program

The Community Navigator Pilot Program (CNPP) mobilizes and leverages the Wyoming entrepreneurial support network to reduce barriers all small businesses, including those owned by groups such as veterans, women, and those from rural communities and communities of color, often face in accessing capital and technical assistance. As a spoke of the CNPP network, WWBC will […]

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Wyoming Economic Development Association: Get Free Help Applying for Infrastructure Grants

20 JUL 2022 News Billions in grants are available to help fund infrastructure projects in your community. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to secure significant federal investment. Wondering the best way to go about it? There are two free resources available to help Wyoming’s economic developers to access  FREE GRANT WRITING SUPPORT […]

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Wyoming Business Council: Ag Bonds Program Rules Open for Public Comment

Cheyenne, Wyo. – The Wyoming Business Council (WBC) is seeking input from the public on rules for the Revenue Bonds for  Agricultural Processing Projects program.   During the 2022 Legislative Session, the Agricultural Processing Project Bonds statute was signed into law (SF0009) and codified at W.S. 9-12-109(b). The purpose of these program creation rules is to implement the […]

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Wyoming Biz Tip: Are You Paying for Business Services You Could Get for Free?

by Mike Lambert | Jul 14, 2022 | Biz Tips If you have been a user of Google’s G-Suite or Google Apps for your business, you are undoubtedly aware that this formerly free program has transitioned into a paid subscription service that is now called Google Workspace. Businesses will now need to pay a monthly fee of $6 to $18 […]

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Wyoming SBDC Biz Tip: Are you Ready? EIDL Borrowers – Take Note!

by Jill Kline | Jul 5, 2022 | Biz Tips The Small Business Administration (SBA) approved 5,694 Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) in Wyoming, totaling more than $600,000,000. The operative word is loans.  Businesses that received one of these loans need to be preparing now for payments that begin in the not so distant future; are you ready? The SBA has […]

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This project was developed by the Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network and funded through a Cooperative Agreement with U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) funds appropriated by Congress through the CARES Act to assist businesses in recovering from the negative effects of COVID-19. SBDC appreciates ongoing support from the SBA, The Wyoming Business Council, and the University of Wyoming.