Our Top 5 Tools for Women Entrepreneurs in 2019

Top 5 Local Resources (Laramie and Cheyenne):


The Wyoming Technology Business Center has SO many free resources for Entrepreneurs, including business counseling, E2E Networking Events, and their Innovation Launchpads.

2. Wyoming Women’s Business Center

The WWBC has many resources available including microloans, and business counseling.

3. UW College of Business

The University of Wyoming College of Business has introduced several new programs this year including a women in business RSO and discussions across campus, and entrepreneurship and sales majors. They also are the head of the campus wide Ellbogen 50 K Entrepreneurship Competition (of which we are a finalist this year!)

4. LCCC Outreach and Workforce Development

They provide many unique business and leadership courses, for free or cheap.

5. UW Law School

Through the Entrepreneurship and Business Law Practicum, we were able to be placed with 2 law students who assisted us in creating all our legal documents and apply with the state and the IRS.

Top 5 Online Resources:

1. Wyoming Secretary of State

2. Wyoming Business Council

3. LinkedIn

4. Small Business Administration’s Women-owned Businesses

5. Area Specific Organizations


Top 5 Books:

1. Girl, Wash Your Face: Rachel Hollis

2. The Miracle Equation: Hal Elrod

3. How to Win Friends and Influence People: Dale Carnegie

4. Smart Women Finish Rich: David Bach

5. Dare to Lead: Brene Brown

Top 5 Podcasts:

1. Rise Podcast: Rachel Hollis

2. Goal Digger: Jenna Kutcher

3. The School of Greatness: Lewis Howes

4. WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women

5. Earn Your Happy: Lori Harder

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