Choosing a Corporation Name
Choosing a name for your new Wyoming corporation is an official step that must be accomplished before your may actually conduct business in the state. The corporate name you choose must be readily distinguishable from all other registered and reserved business entities on the Wyoming state rolls, as well as trade marks and service marks.
Your new business’ name must include one of the following words or an abbreviation thereof: “Incorporated,” “Corporation,” “Company,” or “Limited.” However, the name must not state or imply that the corporation is organized for some purpose other than the one specified in its articles of incorporation or one permitted by state law.
You can reserve an available corporate name with the state for 120 days for $50.