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Start Your Business in Wyoming County, New York

Wyoming County, New York is a great place to start a new business: low cost business environment, available workforce that is renowned for their work ethic, affordable real estate and a quality of life enhanced by some of the best outdoor and recreational opportunities in New York. This is a place where small businesses that focus on delivering exceptional products and service can thrive. We are a proven market for a wide range of industries and business opportunities. Whether you are a small startup, a home-based business or a large corporation, your business can be a success in Wyoming County, NY. We have a wealth of services and resources to meet your business needs. Wyoming County, NY Growth Industries

The Wyoming County Economic Development Team assists both current business owners and future entrepreneurs interested in starting new businesses with assistance on business planning and incentives for expansion opportunities and we connect business and industry groups with strategic alliances, resources and new economic opportunities. Contact Jim Pierce, Executive Director.

Selecting the Right Location for Your Business

Whether you buy or lease, selecting the right location is one of the critical decisions that will affect the long-term success of your business. The Wyoming County Economic Development team can assist you in identifying a property to meet your needs and walk you through the process of establishing your business here. Let us help you on your first steps to becoming part of the business community of Wyoming County.

Have a Business Plan?

If you are an entrepreneur with an innovative business idea or an existing business looking to grow and expand the FastTrac Entrepreneurship Training Program can help. Kauffman FastTrac® equips aspiring entrepreneurs with the business skills and insights, tools, resources, and peer networks necessary to start and grow successful businesses.

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