Wednesday, March 30, 2011

What's Going on at Wyoming Women's Business Center

March 3rd, 2011 Laramie Business Roundtable featuring Pitch Engine, a social media PR business headquartered in Wyoming
Exciting times here at the Wyoming Women’s Business Center! Our Marketing Director and great graphic designer and artist, Chuck Egnaczak, is going to be helping expand our on-line training programs, we are starting to plan our late summer multi-day 2nd annual Business of Art seminar, and we are continuing our Business Roundtables throughout the state. We have such forward thinking employees who are vibrant, hardworking, and very innovative in their approaches to helping our Wyoming citizens become economically self-sufficient using their creative skills, be they women, people of color, disabled, and/or low-income individuals. Felicia, our graphic designer and photographer who comes to us courtesy of awesome Americorp, loves designing business identities and logos for our new small business owner clients. She “likes to show our clients that art and business do go together!” If you live in Wyoming and want to start or expand a small business to become self-sufficient, please click here to find out who we serve and what we do.

Business Roundtable in Rawlins

The next Business Roundtable "Succeeding in Business" to be held in Rawlins, Wyoming will feature presenter, Chuck Egnaczak, the Director of Marketing, for Wyoming Womens's Business Center and Works of Wyoming. The Roundtable meetings are opportunities for businesses in Rawlins and Carbon County to network, share business expertise and identify potential small business resources in their community. The Bank of Commerce will host the gathering. It will be on Thursday April 21, from 11:45 to 1:15. Lunch is provided by the Bank of Commerce. RSVP to Stephanie Arnold at 307 324.2265 or email to  or

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Lifelong Learning at Wyoming Women's Business Center

Lifelong learners and small business owners are one and the same. The wide open spaces of Wyoming encourage big thinking. There is plenty of space to dream big. But sometimes it takes good counsel to help you determine how big you really want to go, and what you want to take along with you as you go, and grow, or for that matter, as you downsize.
The Business Counselor at Wyoming Women’s Business Center helps present and organize resources for prospective small business owners. The Center serves any resident of Wyoming, but focuses on women, people of color, people with disabilities and low-income individuals. One of the ways lifelong learners can enjoy themselves while they learn is through the many Roundtables held every month throughout Wyoming. Check them out!