Business Resources

Doing or looking to do business in Laramie County or Cheyenne? Connect with the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce to visit with their economic development specialists and access resources to assist in business relocation, expansion, and innovation. Use the resource below and contact us at (307) 638-3388 or email

Business Relocation & Expansion

Access the local economic development experts and resources to assist in business relocation and expansion in Laramie County and the City of Cheyenne. 

Business Innovation

Innovation is critical to business growth and to economic development. Critical resources related to research and development for high level innovation of all kinds is available in Laramie County and the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce will proudly assist. 

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce proudly serves Laramie County and the City of Cheyenne, which is the Wyoming State Capitol, and comprised of all levels of business from governmental, private, sales, investments, logistics and transportation serving more regions, countries and nations beyond the boundaries of Laramie County. When looking to learn more about International Business Resources the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce would like to hear from you so they can provide you the proper information specific to your business' needs. Email Stephanie Meisner-Maggard, Vice President of the Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce to connect.

Additionally, the Wyoming SBDC Network has resources to assist businesses evaluate international markets and assist in export planning. John Privette, Regional Director, of the Wyoming SBDC Network has extensive international trade experience and is also a NASBITE Certified Global Business Professional. He can be reached by email at

Small Business Resources

Laramie County's business community is predominately comprised of small business and they are core contributors to the extraordinary business culture which supports a prosperous economy. 

Workforce Development

Developing and deploying our region’s talent requires a “cradle to career” pipeline. Thriving communities do not accidentally acquire the workforce necessary to support their economies. By connecting the dots between employees, employers, educators and key regional stakeholders, the Chamber's education and workforce division helps ensure communities throughout Southeast Wyoming can depend on a talented workforce for decades to come.

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