By Tom Dixon, Content Marketing Manager

January 8, 2019


2018 Benchmarks Report

The Wyoming Business Council released its annual benchmarks report Thursday, Jan. 3, detailing the state economic development agency’s progress toward diversifying the economy, increasing innovation, improving access to new markets and strengthening Wyoming communities.

The Business Council serves Wyoming through a business development and community development division in Cheyenne, six regional directors spread across the state and a wide network of business resource partners.

Highlights in 2018 include:

For more information, visit http://wyomingbusiness.org/content/reports.

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