Starting A Business In Kemmerer and Diamondville
State and county initiatives to help you get started.
CEO of Kemmerer Operations Gerry Tywoniuk and Operations Manager Don Crank, introduce you to Kemmerer Operations.
WRITE YOUR BUSINESS PLAN
The first step to starting any business is planning. The US Small Business Association has laid out a step by step guide to getting a new business plan together.
APPLY FOR AN EMPLOYER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (EIN)
You're going to need employees, and to get the ball rolling, you'll have to apply for an EIN.
STARTING YOUR BUSINESS IN WYOMING
Kemmerer, Diamondville, Lincoln County, and the State of Wyoming are eager for your arrival. To encourage the growth of your business,
programs have been established to get you going.
See the list below:
The Wyoming Secretary of State's webpage has helpful tips on how to open and operate a small business in the state.
Wyoming Economic Council - Businesses Seeking Financing:
The Wyoming Business Council is excited to help new businesses get off the ground, for more information, click here.
Lincoln County Economic Development Resources:
Lincoln County is ready to fund your business venture, just apply here.
Federal and State Technical Assistance:
America's Small Business Development Center, SCORE and US SBA offer tools to small business owners for mentorship and funding.
Connecting Businesses With Communities
Cost of Doing Business in Kemmerer & Diamondville
Area businesses are stretching $100 almost $8 further than the average US business. Real estate is more affordable and Wyoming has the most favorable tax climate in the country.