HELPFUL LINKS & INFORMATION
Rock Springs and Wyoming have a wealth of information and programs available to entrepreneurs. Visit the links below for more information.
City of Rock Springs - If you're starting or expanding your business, the City of Rock Springs is the first place to start. They can help with planning, permits, zoning and references.
Rock Springs Chamber of Commerce
Wyoming Business Council - The Wyoming Business Council has a corporate structure, incorporates private business practices in order to drive programs and has established regional offices throughout the state to better serve clients. The state of Wyoming created the Wyoming Business Council to focus public and private efforts to build a strong job creation base in the new economy with manufacturing and technology as core competencies while strengthening the existing business and industry groups under alternative energy, agriculture, manufacturing, high tech, transportation and logistics. The Wyoming Business Council has developed a checklist for starting a new business.
Wyoming Entrepreneur - Wyoming Entrepreneur is a network of three programs at the University of Wyoming, with offices throughout the state. The programs include the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) and Market Research Center (MRC). Wyoming Entrepreneur consists of a partnership between the University of Wyoming, the Wyoming Business Council and the U.S. Small Business Administration. In order to best serve entrepreneurs in Wyoming, they have developed a number of consulting specialties which include selling to government, business plans, marketing plans, financial health checkup, business valuation, eCommerce, succession planning, international trade, tourism marketing, market research, business ethics, social media, QuickBooks, and others.