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The Entrepreneurial Boot Camp is happening virtually on March 18th

CASPER, WY – ADVANCE CASPER, Natrona County’s Economic Development Authority, will be hosting the 2021 Entrepreneurial Boot Camp, in partnership with IMPACT307 and Breakthrough 307. This one-day intensive course will be led by a group of robust subject matter experts (SMEs) and will take place virtually, Thursday, March 18th, from 8:00am-5:00pm. Cost is $95.

“Local entrepreneurs are an asset to our community, and giving them the resources to successfully get started in business is what the Entrepreneurial Boot Camp is all about. All of our presenters have so much knowledge that is integral in the start-up process, we are happy to have such a great mix of SMEs this year,” says Justin Farley, CEO of Advance Casper.

This course will provide entrepreneurs with the knowledge to evolve their business from concept to reality, and beyond. Students will better understand how to assess their business by the end of the course, and determine if they are prepared to competitively enter the market. The holistic nature of the Entrepreneurial Boot Camp will help students frame the information in terms of their own business. Topics about alternative entrepreneurial finance, entrepreneurial law and IP, branding and marketing, market analysis, sales, pitching, and much more will be included in this boot camp.

This course is held in tandem with IMPACT307’s Start-Up Challenge, slated for April 20th, 2021. The Start-Up Challenge strives to improve the entrepreneurial climate in Casper by providing monetary incentive and business support for contestants to bring their ideas to fruition. By accelerating the start- up of high-value businesses and mitigating the high risk and high reward proposition, inherent to early- stage businesses, this partnership results in more innovative and diversified Wyoming businesses and career opportunities.

The Entrepreneurial Boot Camp will be held virtually on March 18th


Advance Casper serves as the principal catalyst for economic development through leading, encouraging, and facilitating diversification and expansion of Natrona County’s economy. They accomplish their mission by working closely with the community, state, and private sector partnerships.

Advance Casper continues to work diligently to develop an infrastructure that serves as a foundation for recruitment and strengthening our community. Their focus is primary job growth through new business recruitment, business expansion and retention, and educating the next generation of successful business owners.


IMPACT307 is an innovation-driven incubator program that provides deep expertise, coaching, and shared resources to client start-ups with the goal of fostering the ideal setting for entrepreneurial growth. IMPACT307 facilitates platforms like the Start-Up Challenge to stimulate entrepreneurship in Wyoming. IMPACT307 is a University of Wyoming program, with incubators located in Casper, Laramie, and Sheridan.


Breakthrough 307 is Wyoming’s only organized angel investment group. Breakthrough 307 seeks to help bridge the funding gap for start-up companies by providing access to resources for entrepreneurs, and also ensures these companies are surrounded by a culture of like-minded individuals. Their goal is to create economic wealth in Wyoming.

The Start-Up Challenge and Entrepreneurial Boot Camp are geared toward fostering an active entrepreneurial community in Casper and Natrona County.

Advance Casper, IMPACT307, and Breakthrough 307 invite our entrepreneurial and start-up community to register and actively participate in the 2021 Entrepreneurial Boot Camp held virtually, Thursday, March 18th from 8:00am-5:00pm. Cost to students is $95. Please register at AdvanceCasper.com/boot- camp/ or contact Morryah McCurdy, VP of Business Development, at 307-577-7011 or Morryah@AdvanceCasper.com

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