Multiple business incubators springing up across Wyoming

In an effort to give support to entrepreneurs looking to file an LLC in various parts of Wyoming, local business development groups have worked to try to form a number of new business incubators across the state, the Casper Star-Tribune reports.

The newest incubation program, located in Lovell, will give assistance to local entrepreneurs and have enough office space to house three tenants. The paper that reports a few companies have already inquired about getting space at the incubator, which officials say is open to all kinds of business proposals.

“A lot of times, what happens with incubators is you don’t even know who has an idea that needs to be incubated. It may be something you’ve never heard of before,” Sue Taylor, executive director of Lovell, a local community development group, told the paper.

Officials have also proposed a second business incubator in Goshen County, and are currently working to receive a grant from the Wyoming Business Council.

The programs should help encourage what is already a business-friendly environment. A recent study by CNBC ranked Wyoming as the 14th-best state in the country for business and ranked it in the top half of the country in seven out of 10 categories.ADNFCR-3052-ID-19907986-ADNFCR

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