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Gener8tor ready to kick start gBETA program in Wyoming in the fall

Gener8tor partnered with Microsoft TechSpark to bring the gBETA program to Wyoming.
Gener8tor partnered with Microsoft TechSpark to bring the gBETA program to Wyoming.(KGWN)
Published: Sep. 10, 2020 at 5:08 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - The signup window is closing for entrepreneurs who are looking to build their business quickly as Gener8tor is getting ready to start their gBETA program. Gener8tor partnered with Microsoft TechSpark to bring the program to Wyoming. The program will be based in Cheyenne, right next to another partner in Array School of Technology. However, the program is offered statewide, as people can take the program through remote learning.

“It’s really going to build a great ecosystem of innovation and creativity in Wyoming, and we’re really excited to bring it here,” Cheyenne Director of gBETA, Baylie Evans said.

The program will go on seven weeks, starting October 1, 2020. For the first six weeks, entrepreneurs will be coached with methods on how to start a business. The last week of the program, the participants will present and pitch their idea to investors.

“Entrepreneurialism is really important to an economy, and Wyoming has a lot of challenges, just like a lot of states has, and we’re hitting some questions right now,” Evans said.

Applications are due on September 11. For more information on how to sign up, visit: https://www.gbetastartups.com/cheyenne

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