COVID-19 has created an uncertain future for many Wyoming businesses. Due to an unprecedented and ever-changing business environment, many small businesses are feeling overwhelmed by the critical decisions and lack of resources they face. Following the success and level of interest expressed following our last small seminar The University of Wyoming College of Business will be hosting an additional small business assistance informational Zoom session Tuesday, May 12, from 12:30–1:30 p.m. MST.
Please, join globally recognized economists from the College of Business as they share their research on the national economic impacts created by social distancing and the COVID pandemic, to include their effects on consumer behavior. These invaluable insights will assist businesses as they prepare for a new economy and new ways of doing business.
- Linda Thunstrom, Assistant Professor, Economics, UW College of Business
- David Finnoff, Professor, Economics, UW College of Business
- Steve Newbold, Assistant Professor, Economics, UW College of Business
- Jason Shogren, Stroock Chair of Natural Resource Conservation and Management
- Madison Ashworth, Graduate Student, Economics, UW College of Business
The event is free and will be accessible for registered participants. Registration is available at: http://www.uwyo.edu/business/covid-19/