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University of Wyoming signs deal to run Casper business incubator

Bill Edwards, CAEDA’s CEO and president, said the staff at UW’s Business Technology Center — the university’s Laramie-based business incubator — will bring to the project business-coaching expertise and start-up experience CAEDA didn’t have.

Wyoming may not be equipping the next generation well enough.

In many respects, the issue isn’t just one for lawmakers or local school boards.

The issue is one for communities.

Aerial firefighting company cancels move to Casper, Wyoming

The costs of keeping its hoped-for larger fleet in colder weather during the storage and repair months of the year outweighed the advantages of Wyoming’s low-tax business climate.

Wyoming Business Council launches new campaign to attract manufacturing

The Wyoming Business Council launched a new marketing campaign aimed at recruiting outdoor-products manufacturing and supply chain companies to the state.

Keeping the tourists in town

Tourism is big business. It is always a leading revenue source for the state and an industry essential for the economy of many Wyoming communities.

Wyoming Poised for Transformation, Starting with IPv6

The fact that Wyoming is planning for this change is representative of the state’s broader goal of harnessing progressive IT and transforming the state.

More money available for Wyoming economic planning

Additional funding is now available to Wyoming’s cities, town and counties for economic development planning.

California fire fighting air tanker operator relocates to Casper, Wyoming

The move will make Casper a permanent hub for the company’s national firefighting efforts.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead: Don’t examine global effects of coal

Noting the coal exports could result in 240 million tons per year of carbon dioxide emissions, the Democratic governors wrote it is "hard to conceive that the federal government would ignore the inevitable consequences of coal leasing and coal export."

Wyoming board approves $8 million in business grants

The Business Ready Community Program, administered by the Wyoming Business Council, provides the financing for publicly owned infrastructure that serves businesses and promotes economic development within Wyoming communities.