Wyoming County's Business Startup Program

The Wyoming County Business Startup Program, built on the Kauffman Foundation's FastTrac platform, offers you an exciting hands-on business development, real-world educational experience that will help you start or grow your business and gain access to a network of resources. The program is designed to help entrepreneurs’ fine-tune the skills needed to create, manage and grow a successful business. Participants develop and refine their business ideas throughout the program - moving from concept to reality in an interactive group setting. Start your journey today with the Wyoming County Business Startup Program!

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The Wyoming County Business Startup Program is a series of 10 training sessions offered one night a week from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Classes are held Tuesday evenings at the Wyoming County Agriculture and Business Center second floor conference room located at 36 Center Street in Warsaw, NY. Class size is limited.

The registration fee is $700.00. A $400.00 tuition subsidy is available to qualified applicants residing in or creating a business in Wyoming County, NY. Additional funding may be available through the CARES Act Grant. Veterans and law enforcement participants receive a 10% discount. Paid tuition includes one registrant and a business partner.

The Fall 2021 class is full. Registration is open for the Spring 2022 class.
The spring session will begin on March 29, 2022 and will run through May 31, 2022. The deadline for registration and approval for the tuition subsidy is March 18, 2022. For more information contact Jennifer Tyczka at 585-786-3764 or email. 

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The Wyoming County Business Center, Inc. is greatly appreciative of the generous program sponsors, Tompkins Bank of Castile, Complete Payroll, Robert D. Strassel Esq., Five Star Bank, Community Bank, Wyoming County Board of Supervisors, and the workforce development resources available to participants through Community Action for Wyoming County.

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