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  • WBA partners with Wyoming Business Report to host Feb. 1 Central Wyoming Economic Forecast Luncheon

    The Wyoming Business Report and the Wyoming Business Alliance have partnered to host a Central Wyoming Economic Forecast Luncheon on Thursday, Feb. 1, from noon to 1:30 at the Ramkota Hotel in Casper. Hear from University of Wyoming economist, Dr. Anne Alexander, who will present an economic forecast for Central Wyoming and share her insights on Endow Wyoming's preliminary recommendations. Following her presentation Dr. Alexander will moderate a lively panel discussion featuring: Casper City Manager, Carter Napier; CEO of CAEDA, Charles Walsh; CEO of Casper Area CVB, Brook Kaufman; and entrepreneur and Endow executive committee member, Jerad Stack. The panel will dig into the preliminary recommendations from Endow's report and share what they think it means for economic diversification in Casper. Cost is $25. Click here to register
  • Amber Ash to head Wyoming Excels as executive director

    The Wyoming Heritage Foundation has hired Amber Ash as the first executive director of Wyoming Excels, a coalition of business leaders who have joined forces to advance educational outcomes for children and youth in the state. Read the release


  • Leadership Wyoming hires Mandy Fabel as executive director

    The Wyoming Heritage Foundation and Leadership Wyoming have hired Mandy Fabel, a Lander resident, as the executive director of Leadership Wyoming. Read the release

  • Wyoming Business Alliance Poll of Wyoming Voters Shows Strong Opposition to Tax Increases

    (October 31, 2017) - The Wyoming Business Alliance (WBA) commissioned a statewide survey of Wyoming voters to supply comprehensive data on which public and elected leaders can base pivotal decisions in the upcoming budget session. Solutions are needed for Wyoming to balance its next budget, and the WBA wants data from the people of Wyoming to help drive and guide the best answers for Wyoming. Read release