CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now)- The Wyoming business council is discussing some changes they look to make during the period. Newly appointed CEO of the Wyoming Business Council, Josh Dorrell, spoke about one of the changes being for grants, and moving more into operations.
"We're looking forward to the budget supporting our strategic plan and we feel like the components are there to make that happen," Dorrell said.
He says their program has $1.7 million, moving from one to another. The business council looks to improve the core industries such as energy and agriculture. They also hope to attract more people and business to Cheyenne by educating the public on how to start a business. Dorrell also mentioned helping people change their businesses so that they can thrive.
"Being a part of a business isn't about yourself, it's about others."
The Wyoming legislation period will start on Monday, February 10.