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How to Improve Workplace Efficiency

Guest blogger Matt Melinkovich, owner of Timberline Training, discusses methods to turn your workplace into a high-performing powerhouse.
Copyright © 2013 University of Wyoming Increasing workplace flow and decreasing waste will help your organization realize real profitable growth. The 5S method can be… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/blog1/2017/12/how-improve-workplace-efficiency/

Does My Business Really Need a Website?

Regional Director Sarah Hamlin lists some small steps you can take to get your business online, noticed by search engines, and connected with customers.
Copyright © 2013 University of Wyoming   Having an online presence helps potential customers find your business, but how do you decide if you need a website? Building… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/blog1/2017/12/does-my-business-really-need-website/

Grobiz

Reserve Your Spot Get Directions John Rotellini University of Wyoming alumnus, small business owner and successful Las Vegas magician John Rotellini will share his… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/grobiz/

SBIR/STTR for Faculty, Post-Docs and Grad Students

SBIR/STTR for Faculty, Post-Docs and Grad Students
Copyright © 2013 University of Wyoming Developing a new technology within a university can raise questions such as:   • Who owns the technology? • What are the… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/find-training/events/old-classes-events/university-participation-sbirsttr-pre-submission-post-award/

Supporting the US Warfighter, and Building your Business, through DoD SBIR/STTR

Supporting the US Warfighter, and Building your Business, through DoD SBIR/STTR
Copyright © 2013 University of Wyoming At over $1 billion per year, the DoD’s SBIR/STTR program is by far the largest of any agency, with unmatched potential for follow-on… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/find-training/events/old-classes-events/supporting-us-warfighter-and-building-your-business-through-dod-sbirsttr/

Getting certified as a woman-owned government contractor

PTAC Manager Rich Lyles outlines what's involved in getting certified as a woman-owned small business and how that applies to getting government contracts.
Copyright © 2013 University of Wyoming   The feds added a certification, called third party certification, that states the business is actually owned and controlled by… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/blog1/2017/12/getting-certified-woman-owned-government-contractor/

Dandelion Farm

Dandelion Farm owner Teresa Tibbets views her fresh-cut flower business as a kind of tribute to the beauty that manages to blossom despite the hardships on the wind-swept Wyoming landscape.
Success Story - Dandelion Farm Business blooms at Dandelion Farm   LANDER – Dandelion Farm owner Teresa Tibbets views her fresh-cut flower business as a kind of tribute to… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/success-stories/fy-2018/dandelion-farm/

Digital Marketing on a Shoestring: Drive New Business Through Display and Social Media

Digital Marketing on a Shoestring: Drive New Business Through Display and Social Media
Copyright © 2013 University of Wyoming Social media is a crucial tool for success in business today. People are already talking about your business using social media, whether… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/find-training/events/old-classes-events/digital-marketing-shoestring-drive-new-business-through-display-and-social-media/

Start Your Own Business - Casper

Start Your Own Business - Casper
Copyright © 2013 University of Wyoming “SYOB” is designed to help potential new business owners explore the pros and cons of owning a business and understand the skills and… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/find-training/events/old-classes-events/start-your-own-business-casper/

The Robots are Coming

What does the age of increasing automation mean for you and your job?
Copyright © 2013 University of Wyoming       Have you seen the video on Facebook and YouTube of the Backflipping Robot?  If not, you might want to check it out… http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/blog1/2017/12/robots-are-coming/