CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Business Council is seeking public input through an online survey open until June 26 regarding the effectiveness of its current programs and services.

The Business Council has refreshed its long-term strategic plan to focus on leveraging partnerships to add value to Wyoming’s existing industries — like extraction, tourism and agriculture — and activate underrepresented industries in the state — such as health care, the arts, technology and advanced manufacturing. The agency is looking to revamp its programs and services to ensure they are aligned with the new strategy.

This survey will provide feedback on how current programs fit into the revised strategic plan and how effective programs are. In addition, it will help the WBC identify possible changes that may increase its effectiveness in different program areas.

Details about the Business Council’s strategy are available online at A document detailing the plan is included with this story at

The survey is 14 questions long and asks participants to identify the effectiveness of programs and identify gaps in the Business Council’s available services. The survey is available at

For more information, email Chief Strategy Officer Sarah Fitz-Gerald at

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