Components of a Business Plan. Jill Kline Wyoming SBDC. Wyoming SBDC. Strengthen Wyoming businesses and create economic growth by providing excellent management assistance, educational programs and helpful resources for Wyoming small businesses and entrepreneurs. WSBDC Contacts.
Strengthen Wyoming businesses and create economic growth by providing excellent management assistance, educational programs and helpful resources for Wyoming small businesses and entrepreneurs.
Region IV: Arlene Soto(307) 632-6141
Toll Free in WY 800-348-5208e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgServing Goshen, Laramie, Albany, and Carbon counties
Region IV Satellite Office:Bill Schepeler(307) 766-3515e-mail: WTSchep@uwyo.edu
Region V: Jill Kline
Toll Free in WY 888-956-6060e-mail: email@example.comServing Sheridan, Johnson, Campbell,Crook, and Weston counties.
Region I: Bill Ellis(307) 352-6894
Toll Free in WY 800-348-5205e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgServing Sublette, Lincoln, Uinta, and Sweetwater counties.
Region II: Robbi Welch
Toll Free in WY 800-383-0371Fax: (307) 754-0368e-mail: email@example.comServing Park, Big Horn, Washakie, Hot Springs, Fremont, and Teton counties.
Fremont County Office: Margie Rowell(307) 857-1174
Toll Free in Wyoming 800-969-8639 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Region III: Leonard Holler(307) 234-6683
Toll Free in WY 800-348-5207e-mail: email@example.comServing Converse, Natrona,
Niobrara, and Platte counties.
“All the work you do in thinking up your idea, testing it, studying it, and producing it, has been for nothing if you can’t sell it. Whether you start you own business to produce and sell your invention, subcontract out the manufacturing part, or sell your rights in return for a percentage of the proceeds, you need a business plan.”
- Pamela Riddle Bird, PhD, Inventing For Dummies
CEO, Innovative Product Technologies, Inc.
“You've just come up with an idea. What to do next? There is no exact order of what you should be doing. But we like to suggest two broad areas for inventors to embark on. First, learn all you can about running a business, even if you hope to license your idea. Second, write a business plan. Even if you hope to license your idea, (and that's actually a rarity among the successful inventors we've met) you'll still need to have a plan.”
- Mark Ellwood, Past UIA Board of Directors
- a Creative InvestorWhy develop a Business Plan?
WSSI Inventor Resources Page -
Innovative Products Technologies, Inc. -
Business Plan Development Tools (online) –
Sample Plans –
Jill Kline, Region V Director
1-888-956-6060 firstname.lastname@example.orgServing Sheridan, Johnson, Campbell, Crook, and Weston counties.