The WWBC sponsors monthly roundtable lunch meetings in communities around the state to help women in business network and learn from each other. All interested parties are welcome; you do not need to own a business to participate. Roundtables are currently held in Jackson, Laramie, Rawlins, Torrington, and Wheatland. Please contact us for more information.
The Wyoming Women’s Business Center offers a variety of business and computer training opportunities throughout the state designed to improve employment skills or help with business development. The Center also partners with other organizations to provide business start-up classes and a variety of special training opportunities. Click on the Calendar of Events to learn more about upcoming sessions and information on how to register.
A business plan is a tool to help you develop, organize and manage your business. The WWBC requires loan applicants to submit a basic business plan as part of the application process. A Step-By-Step Business Plan Guidebook is available from the Center for a nominal fee. This handbook will guide you in developing a business plan. Assistance with business planning and marketing is provided by Center staff and through referrals. To discuss your business needs please complete and send in the Client Intake Form or contact the Center at email@example.com.
With credit card fraud on the rise, it is recommended that everyone obtain a copy of their credit report annually. For a nominal fee, the Center can provide a copy of your merged, three-bureau credit report. A written request is required. If needed, the loan counselor can review the credit report with you to help you understand it.
Wyoming Women’s Business Directory
Is your lawyer a woman? Is your accountant? Do you think about finding a woman-owned business when you need a product or service? Then check out our Wyoming Women’s Business Directory. To submit your women-owned business, click on the “Submit a Listing” button and add your information to this free directory.
SBA Small Business Training Network (SBTN)
SBAFunded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
WiseUp Online Training
WiseUpWiseUp is an online education program that focuses on financial security. You will need a login and password from WWBC to access this Training Center. It consists of eight topics including sessions on savings, insurance, investing, and financial security. Please fill out our Client Intake Form, let us know that you are interested in WiseUp and we will send you a user ID and password. Once you have a user ID and password from us you will go to the WiseUp webpage and fill out the registration and list the Wyoming Women’s Business Center as a partner when filling out the WiseUp application.