November
7

The 2017 Governor’s Business Forum focuses on a business perspective of how Wyoming can use innovation and entrepreneurship to overcome the dynamics of changes facing education, minerals, tourism, agriculture, and the entire state economy.

With the dynamics of Wyoming’s industries changing, we must focus on innovation and fostering our entrepreneurial spirit to broaden fiscal opportunities in our traditional industries. We are combining national fiscal and trade experts and Wyoming experts along with tech firms, ag innovators, leaders in the tourism and natural resource industries and local community efforts to highlight a path to move forward.

ABOUT THE FORUM
The Wyoming Business Alliance/Wyoming Heritage Foundation has staged this prestigious forum for 35 years, bringing together top-notch speakers to discuss economic strategies and attracting the state’s largest assemblage of business, civic, and political leaders.

NETWORK - NEW WEB APP
Networking and exchanging of ideas is very important part of the forum, which attracts well over 500 leaders from across the state. The forum will offer for the first time this year a web app, which will allow attendees to connect, access attendees contact information, and stay connected with fellow business leaders and speakers beyond the conference.


Date:
Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - Thursday, November 9, 2017; All Day
Location:
Little America, Grand Ballroom
2800 W Lincolnway Cheyenne WY 82009
Region:
Southeast
Sponsor:
Wyoming Business Alliance
Price:
Various
Register:
http://www.wyomingbusinessalliance.com/
Category:
Community, Business
Type:
Other

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