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Entrepreneurship booms despite rising inflation

5.1 million new business applications were filed in 2022. However, inflation showed resilience in January, despite some progress in recent months.

By the Numbers: You can explore this interactive map tracking the latest entrepreneurship data in each state and county across the country.

  • Government must support policy that supports the creation of new business, not hinder it as new businesses bring more opportunity to our communities.

  • Price increases for necessities are still putting enormous pressure on family budgets and small businesses.

  • The stubbornness of inflation likely means the Federal Reserve will keep raising rates to bring prices down.

WY We Care: Your Chamber is working to fix the systemic issues contributing to inflation, including workforce, housing, and Sentinel (the largest economic development project in US history.)


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