IMPACT 307 is proud to announce the launch of our new website, impact307.org. The new website is a culmination of our recent rebrand from Wyoming Technology Business Center (WTBC), to IMPACT 307 earlier this summer.
The new digital home of IMPACT 307 showcases our entrepreneur-focused programs, business resources, FAQs, and insights, plus client success stories and highlights all in one place. In addition, entrepreneurs can view our upcoming events, submit events, and stay up to date on IMPACT 307 happenings across the state. All three incubator locations in Casper, Laramie, and Sheridan are also featured, including information and forms for local area Start-Up Challenges and Launchpads, features on client companies, and staff information.
“I am honored to be a part of IMPACT 307 and I truly believe the work we are doing in Wyoming will positively change the landscape of Wyoming for years to come. Our new website helps us reach a bit farther and support entrepreneurs in areas where we don’t currently have an incubator,” said Eric Schlidt, Director of IMPACT Casper.
IMPACT 307 is a network of innovation-driven business incubators that advise and support high-growth startups in the early stages of business development. With innovation-driven support, IMPACT 307 works to diversify Wyoming’s business landscape, fostering creative, solution-based ideas that add value to our state and local economy. We do this by providing deep business mentoring, entrepreneurial and start-up resources, and connections to help you make a positive impact on your business and Wyoming, all for free.
With the implementation of the new website, acquiring the business start-up support you need to make an impact is easier than ever. Learn more at impact307.org, where founders and innovation thrive. For questions or to request an interview, please reach out to email@example.com.
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