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Students vie for $50,000 in seed money for business ventures

The 10 finalists in Wyoming’s largest student entrepreneurship competition take the stage April 26 at the Gateway Center on the University of Wyoming campus. “Each year, students complete hundreds of...

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Thermosolv

Wyo energy tech company wins $5,000 contract

Thermosolv LLC, a Laramie start-up, is improving a method of converting garbage into fuel for existing power plants to augment the energy produced by coal.  The resulting “Reengineered Feedstock”...

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Business Council funds poised to improve community amenities across Wyo

When the Wyoming Business Council started in 1998, economic developers in the state focused on recruiting outside businesses by touting Wyoming’s low taxes and light regulation. It wasn’t enough...

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Outdoor industry thriving in Wyoming

Outdoor industry thriving in Wyoming Millions flock to Wyoming every year to see natural wonders like the geysers and big game of Yellowstone National Park, the imposing peaks of Grand Teton National...

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Innovators create Jackson tech manufacturing network

Jackson’s tourism economy is red hot. It brings international visitors and fuels small businesses and government coffers. Meanwhile, the town’s tech sector is flying under the radar. The small,...

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Exports

Export experts to help Wyo businesses develop market expansion plans

Wyoming business owners interested in selling product internationally are invited to attend a free, one-day, hands-on workshop at 9 a.m. on Sept. 14 in the Hampton Inn & Suites in Casper...

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Manufacturing Day

Wyo makers encouraged to celebrate Manufacturing Day Oct. 6

Wyoming business advocates want to help manufacturers promote and celebrate the industry with their neighbors this fall. The Wyoming Business Council, Manufacturing-Works and Alliance of Wyoming...

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Casper

Casper woman named 2017 Wyoming Small Business Person of the Year

  A Casper woman has earned Wyoming’s 2017 Small Business Person of the Year award for her steady leadership and the creation of an inclusive workplace. Janie Wait, president of Intermountain...

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Levente Pap

University of Wyoming student wins annual startup contest

A doctoral candidate’s idea for saving chemists, engineers and surgeons hours of time and their employers tens of thousands of dollars won the top prize of $15,000 Thursday at the University of...

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Turning ideas into businesses

Wyoming is going through a competitive streak. It started 16 years ago with the John P. Ellbogen $10K Competition. Each year, a handful of University of Wyoming students would pitch their ideas for...

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