Why are so many start-up competitions planned? We have found that they are the “spark” that gets many aspiring entrepreneurs to act on a business idea that they have devised. Without the spark, folks may stick to their existing occupation or use spare time for other pursuits.
The IMPACT 307 incubator program is now offering in-person business advising and executive startup coaching in Fremont County. The recently appointed IMPACT Assistant Director, Brian Young, announced his relocation to the county with plans to establish offices in both Lander and Riverton.
University of Wyoming’s IMPACT 307 business incubator program, in coordination with Laramie County Community College and…
Six finalists announced for the 2021 Sheridan Start-Up Challenge.
Services and support for entrepreneurs across Wyoming will be expanded as a result of a $2.4 million CARES Act Recovery assistance grant to the University of Wyoming from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA).
Through the only formal entrepreneurial development program in the state, IMPACT 307 is leading the…