Wyo. Gov. Matthew H. Mead’s creation of the Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming initiative has received support from members of the Wyoming Economic Development Association. The 145-member strong association represents local economic developers across the state of Wyoming.
The ENDOW initiative (SF132) was created to develop a comprehensive approach to diversify the Wyoming economy. The program will also coordinate and expand ongoing efforts across the state to produce measurable results to expand Wyoming’s economy.
We greatly appreciate the long range vision of Governor Mead and the legislative sponsors of the ENDOW bill. We look forward to being part of this collective effort to help grow Wyoming.
WEDA is excited to serve as a resource for both local and state economic development issues and ideas. Our members serve in communities both large and small and bring a depth of knowledge that can help create a vision for the future.
The Wyoming Business Council has done an outstanding job of facilitating economic growth across Wyoming. The ENDOW initiative represents a tremendous opportunity to augment those efforts by harnessing the collective efforts of the University of Wyoming, the Department of Workforce Services, the community colleges, local economic developers and the private sector.
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