Webinar and Survey

We will present a short public webinar on Wednesday, May 19, from 11 to 11:30 a.m. to introduce a very brief (only two questions!) survey to capture public input. Survey responses and other input gathered will help us inform policymakers as they decide how best to deploy the federal funding coming our way.

The webinar will be recorded for future viewing and sharing. Please share the link and information below with your contacts, partners, and colleagues so we can gather rich ideas from all walks of life and business.

Webinar Topic: Help Guide Wyoming’s Investment in Our Future

The American Rescue Plan (ARP) creates new possibilities for funding and resources with more than $1 billion allocated to Wyoming. The Wyoming Business Council wants to hear from you about the current challenges you are facing and what opportunities might be possible through these dollars so we can work together to realize a more resilient and thriving future.

When: May 19, 2021, 11:00 AM MDT
Please click this link to join the webinar. Or you can join by phone at 1-253-215-8782 or 1-346-248-7799.

The survey will be open until May 26 so we can consolidate the data and use it to provide recommendations on future programming and services as quickly as possible.

We will be sending out a message to partners and advertising the webinar and survey on social media in the coming days. 

Individual Outreach

Additionally, we would like to have targeted individual conversations with businesses and other stakeholders over the next week.

We know you all have strong networks in and beyond Wyoming. If there are folks you think would be valuable to add to the conversation, please send them the survey or talk with them and let us know what you learn by May 26 (you can add it to this document). The two questions from the survey may be useful to keep in mind as you have these conversations:

  • What current challenges are you experiencing in your industry or community?
  • If you had a blank check, how would you try to solve those challenges?

Thanks again to all of you for your continued support and teamwork – it is the key to seizing the opportunities that lie ahead of us.

Shout with questions and have a great Friday/weekend.

Tracy Mathews

Tracy Mathews


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