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If you are a small business owner looking for new opportunities, selling your products or services to the U.S. government might just be your next big break. Wyoming’s go-to annual event for learning about government contracting and different methods of business management is right around the corner.

This year’s Government Resources and Opportunities for Business (GRO-Biz) Conference and Idea Expo will be held in Casper on February 20 and 21 at the Ramkota Hotel and Conference Center. This conference, aimed at seasoned veterans and new small business owners alike, gives business owners a chance to learn how government contracting may be the innovative answer for expanding business sales, while providing an opportunity to learn different approaches to business management.

This conference is a great way to diversify your business and learn how to market and sell your services and products in a multi-billion dollar federal government market. It can provide your business with the competitive edge it needs to grow.

Not only is this event a great opportunity to talk to contractors, but it is also an opportunity to visit with other business owners. You can learn best practices from others who may be further down the road and build lasting relationships that could benefit you both personally and professionally. 

If you are interested in attending or learning more about the GRO-Biz Conference and Idea Expo, call 307-234-3203. You can also register at by clicking the “Reserve Your Spot” link and following the instructions. The conference will take place even if the partial government shutdown is still in effect.

As the federal government looks for ways to save money and find innovative, efficient products and services, Wyoming businesses have the expertise, ingenuity and understanding of bottom lines to be an effective partner with the government. Attending this conference can give you the resources you need to expand your business through government contracts as well as exporting, online sales and much more. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by.