Wyoming saw a fairly high amount of people moving into the state last year, despite the pandemic, according to a recent study. However, there was a mix of outbound movers, something unsurprising to the Wyoming Business Council CEO.
With the deadline nearing for Wyoming businesses and nonprofit organizations to apply for federal funds to offset coronavirus losses, the state had already paid out more than $120 million for assistance through the two of its programs still running, according to state figures.
By Ike Fredregill, Cowboy State Daily Online shopping is giving the Cowboy State’s brick-and-mortar retailers a run for their money, but it’s also creating new opportunities for local businesses, a Wyoming Business Council spokesperson said. “We’ve added 74 net new businesses and 168 net new jobs to the Wyoming economy in 2018,” said Tom…
As it enters its third decade of existence, the Wyoming Business Council finds itself at a crossroads.
Residents in many Wyoming cities and towns are pitching in to invigorate their communities in the face of declining populations.
Few kids see the construction trades as a potential career choice these days, but a new partnership between Wyoming’s public and private sectors is working to change that.
Two of Gov. Mark Gordon’s 14 vetoes to the Legislature’s supplemental budget were overridden by the Legislature on Wednesday.
One of the first companies to receive a new type of economic development grant from the state of Wyoming has started operations in Cheyenne.
Nymbl, financed in part by a $50,000 startup grant from Kickstart: Wyoming, uses its proprietary software to help companies sell and deliver small quantities of imprinted merchandise.