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Adventure Awaits at Business Week - What is it & why go!

The Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce Business Council works on a variety of events throughout the year to help the local business community with business and customer development. ADVENTURE AWAITS at this year's Business Week presented by DAPCPA, it is an annual resource to achieve both of these! Business Week offers a total of four events to make sure there is something for everyone. Here is what you need to know!



There are two events on October 8th and both are to celebrate businesses, as well as just have fun with one another.

Circle of Champions Luncheon - We will induct Dennis Wallace of Wyoming Bank & Trust into the Circle of Champions. He will share his wisdom to community members and be celebrated for establishing such a legacy within Laramie County. This event is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Little America Hotel & Resort.

  • Who should come? Business Professionals who want to be inspired and learn best practices from someone who has been through it all. The highs and the lows. READY TO HONOR DENNIS WALLACE & LEARN!

Business to Business Expo - This event is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC from 4-7 p.m. at Little America Hotel & Resort and for good reason! Nearly 80 businesses setup to have a good time with attendees. Win prizes, enjoy food, games and so much more. It is fun gathering for all to learn more about the businesses who do business in our community.

  • Who should come? Anyone and everyone! This event is all about our community and it is a great opportunity to learn about the businesses for which reside in our region, and a fantastic way to build relationships. It is fun, engaging and a good break from day to day business! As a business, this is prime opportunity for customer development. READY TO GO? JUST COME!


Economic Forecast - Knowledge is power and this annual event is to outfit our businesses with the information they need to make informed decisions as we enter into 2020. This is a business development opportunity which hosts a wealth of information. This year's panel will focus on Laramie County's housing deficit and address how to combat it.

  • Who should come? From established businesses to those who are looking to start a business, we recommend that decision makers of your businesses attend this event because they get more aware of the economic climate and how to best navigate it. READY TO REGISTER


"Don't be caught naked & afraid" Entrepreneurs Panel- We get it! Running a business is hard, starting a business is hard and trying to sell a business is hard. We are supplying our entrepreneurs with a strong panel of REAL Entrepreneurs from the area to share their survival tips.

  • Who should come? Anyone who is an entrepreneur in Cheyenne or those who are considering to start their own business. This is a great way to realize you are not alone. There is a network of businesses willing to help you succeed and a number of available mentors who have been in your shoes. READY TO REGISTER


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