The Wyoming Women's Business Center offers professional business counseling and training under the direction of the Office of Women's Business Ownership (OWBO) program director, Jonathan Howdeshell. One-on-one business counseling is offered at no charge to those seeking assistance on start-up, expansion, or stabilization strategies. While our services are available to all Wyoming residents, we work to enable and empower women entrepreneurs, especially women who are economically or socially disadvantaged.
Our experience and knowledge from working alongside hundreds of business owners allows us to offer confidential coaching and advice ranging from resources to solutions for everyday business challenges. The Wyoming Women’s Business Center can assist you with topics like: creation of a viable business plan, start-up or expansion advice, direction on financial assistance, operations & management issues, effective marketing strategies, and general business counseling. Apply today using the easy 3-step process below!
1. COMPLETE THE COUNSELING REQUEST FORM - SBA Form 641
Completing the SBA Form 641 is the first step in accessing our free business counseling and training services. Please enter your business and contact information.
2. ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE OR PRINT & SIGN
After completing all sections that pertain to you and your business on the SBA Form 641, please take the time to sign the form.
Your signature is required on the SBA Form 641 and it provides permission for the WWBC to discuss all aspects of your business while maintaining confidentiality. We cannot provide business counseling or training to you without retaining a valid signature.
Please use your electronic signature on the SBA Form 641 or print and sign.
You may submit the SBA 641 Form three different ways.
Scan the signed form & email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fax the signed form to 307-460-3945.
Take a picture with your phone and send to: email@example.com.
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