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Wyoming businesses have always embodied resilience. Now in the face of uncertainty, how can we adapt—not just to survive, but to thrive?



Wyoming Business Council CEO Josh Dorrell shares thoughts on what he and the rest of the Business Council team have to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. Click the image at the right for Josh's message. 

While the challenges our communities face during the COVID-19 pandemic are unprecedented, they present an opportunity for us to transform ourselves and prepare for the future.

Share a story

Do you have a story from your community or know of a business who has shown resilience, creativity, and innovation during these challenging times? We want to hear about it.






Ongoing support

The Governor and Wyoming Legislature had to act fast, making decisions to support businesses and communities across the state—while keeping our citizens safe. The Wyoming Business Council, in partnership with many governing bodies across the state, has worked to maximize resources to help businesses and non-profits survive these challenging times. Here are a few programs that were put in place to help during the COVID-19 pandemic:

Business Relief Program


This was developed to distribute federal CARES Act funding to Wyoming that experienced hardship related to the COVID-19 crisis. Over $381 million has been distributed to Wyoming businesses and nonprofits so far.

Shop Smart, Shop Safe


A statewide campaign in collaboration with Wyoming Main Street, Wyoming State Chamber of Commerce, and Wyoming Economic Development Association that helps businesses to promote local shopping with new safety standards in mind..

COVID-19 Response Tips


A web resource from the Business Council with COVID-19 response tips for employers, employees, and communities.


We're not done yet...

While the immediate demands are in response to the COVID pandemic—continued economic development for Wyoming's businesses is our ongoing mission. We look forward to developing new and innovative ways to provide resources for local businesses.

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