Wyoming Business Council

Wyoming’s First Lady Jennie Gordon is taking a personal hand to tackle food insecurity in Wyoming. Food insecurity, defined as being “without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food.” This is an issue of particular concern to the First Lady, as it is no doubt being exacerbated by the panic buying at…

The Wyoming Business Council is now looking to help you preserve the past. The Council is accepting pre-applications for anyone who owns a historical, commercial building located in downtown districts to see if they qualify for the Historic Architecture Assistance Fund.  There will be no funding available for physical repairs or the purchase of buildings…

The two finalists for the new CEO of the Wyoming Business Council have been announced. After reviewing 160 applications from across the country, two state residents and University of Wyoming employees are now being considered to head up the council’s efforts to enrich and enhance the businesses calling Wyoming home. Josh Dorrell is the Senior…

The Wyoming Business Council has released its report on their achievements in 2019. The Council is undergoing many changes to reinvigorate their strategies with the input of Wyoming’s citizens, experts, and owners and learning what opportunities they can foster. As the state continues to face the uncertainty of its economic future, the Business Council is…


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