The 2017 Sheridan Start-Up Challenge

Seth Godin once said, “There’s no shortage of remarkable ideas, what’s missing is the will to execute them.” A great idea can only go so far on its own. But with the right resources that idea can soar, flourish, and grow into an incredibly successful organization. The Wyoming Technology Business Center (WTBC) of the University of Wyoming, is now accepting applications for the Sheridan Start-Up Challenge through March 8th.

With the support of the SEEDA Joint Powers Board, the Homer A. and Mildred S. Scott Foundation, First Interstate Bank, and Davis & Cannon, LLP, the top three finalists will each receive $5,000 in start-up monies, in addition to eligibility at accessing a $50,000 Seed Fund for working capital.

The goal of the Sheridan Start-Up Challenge is to open doors for early-stage entrepreneurs and those with innovative ideas for businesses that will be established in Sheridan County but have the potential to expand well past the borders of Wyoming.

The contest is open to anyone and will be judged by local and statewide business professionals. Will your idea be the one that comes to fruition while lending a hand in spurring Sheridan’s economic development?

Learn more about the Sheridan Start-up Challenge’s description and rules, and enter your idea into the Sheridan Start-Up Challenge!


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