Wyoming business climate magazine now available

February 28, 2013
The fifth issue of the Wyoming Business Images magazine is now available, showcasing the best of Wyoming’s people, places and progressive business

The magazine, sponsored by the Wyoming Business Council, reinforces the state’s favorable quality of place while also targeting prospective residents, employees,
businesses and visitors. The magazine will be distributed by the Wyoming Business Council and through key local businesses, trade shows, conferences and events throughout the year.

In addition to a print version, Wyoming Business Images may also be found online at http://www.wyomingbusiness.org/program/wyoming‐business‐images‐magazine/5618.

The site will feature fresh, new extended content, video, photo galleries and more.

“The Wyoming Business Images magazine has allowed us to share a variety of articles about Wyoming’s businesses and the people behind them,” said Wyoming Business Council Business & Industry Director Ben Avery. “In addition to our in‐house collateral materials, this publication gives us another marketing piece to showcase what business looks like in Wyoming.”

The annual magazine is a collaborative effort between the Wyoming Business Council and Journal Communications (www.jnlcom.com), a custom publisher of community and specialty magazines with clients in more than 30 states.

For more information about the publication or to request copies, please contact Brandon Marshall, Business Development Manager at the Wyoming Business Council at 307.777.2820 or brandon.marshall@wyo.gov.

The mission of the Business Council is to facilitate the economic growth of Wyoming. The Business Council, a state government agency, concentrates its efforts on providing assistance for existing Wyoming companies and start‐ups, helping communities meet their development and diversification needs, and recruiting new firms and industries targeted to complement the state’s assets. For more information, please visit www.wyomingbusiness.org.

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