By Jake Rudolph Dixon

February 8, 2018


GRO-Biz Expo and Idea Conference

Wyoming entrepreneurs now have two more days to save on their registration to the state’s premier small business event. The GRO-Biz Conference & Idea Expo is a two-track experience. The Idea Expo provides all the training and resources entrepreneurs need to start or grow their business. The GRO-Biz Conference serves as an opportunity for Wyoming business owners to offer their products or services to the world’s largest customer: the U.S. Government.

The deadline to take advantage of the Early Registration Discount has been extended until February 9 at 11:59 pm. Additional Discounts for groups are also available. Here’s a look at what’s included in the full event registration:

·        Access to both days of event

·        Breakfast and lunch for both days (Catered by Old Chicago)

·        Plenary Session with U.S. Senator Mike Enzi and Governor Matt Mead

·        Keynote presentations from John Rotellini, Matt Schoonover, and Kent Noble

·        Networking Session sponsored by Applied Intellect and Trihydro

·        A dozen workshops to choose from

·        Optional matchmaking sessions with government agency representatives

·        Access to no-cost statewide resources to help Wyoming entrepreneurs and small business owners succeed

·        And more!

This year’s event will held February 21 & 22 in Rock Springs. The early registration cost for both days is $165. That price will increase to $185 after February 9. There is also an option to register for individual days of the event.

Reserve your spot today at: http://www.wyomingsbdc.org/index.php or call 866-253-3300.

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