University of Wyoming Business Incubator Program Expanding Statewide
Friday, February 04, 2022
The landscape and opportunities for entrepreneurs in Wyoming are growing. IMPACT 307, a business incubator program at the University of Wyoming, is now expanding statewide.
The program has helped create and launch more than 200 Wyoming businesses, with the majority of those coming in the past three years of running community startup challenges. It helps connect clients to the resources and support needed to launch their business.
“We can help with everything an entrepreneur needs from the ground up, including pitching their idea, marketing, early financials, and connecting with a lawyer. Our goal is to help these businesses thrive and be a one-stop-shop for resources,” IMPACT 307’s Interim Laramie Director Fred Schmechel said.
IMPACT 307 was founded in 2005 as the Wyoming Technology Business Center, in part through a $1.6 million EDA investment.