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Develop Your Business Vision with The Wyoming County Business Fast Track Program

Do you have an innovative business idea? Have you always dreamed about starting your own business? If you answered YES then the Wyoming County Business Fast Track Program is here to help make your business dream a reality!

The Wyoming County Business Fast Track Program, built on the Kauffman Foundation's FastTrac platform, offers 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. Participants develop and refine their business ideas throughout the program - moving from concept to reality in an interactive group setting.

Guest speakers enhance the learning experience for participants of the Wyoming County Business Fast Track Program. Here Robert Strassel, Esq. is speaking to the class about the types of business formations and how to protect intellectual property.


“The Wyoming County Business Fast Track Program guides entrepreneurs through each step of the business planning process,” said program manager, Jennifer Tyczka, “The facilitators and local subject matter experts are supportive and encouraging and create a positive and fun learning environment.”

Classes are offered twice a year in the spring and fall. The first few classes are devoted to determining the viability and market potential of the entrepreneur’s business concept. The remaining classes help build the framework for a solid business plan. The classes, which are intentionally kept small in size, are facilitated by two local experienced entrepreneurs. The program is fast-paced and energizing, utilizing presentations, subject matter guest speakers, and in-class activities. Additional assistance is available for class graduates to help with financing options, identify business locations, new business resources, and other guidance.

The spring class begins March 26, 2024 and runs for 10 weeks on Tuesday evenings from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Wyoming County Agriculture and Business Center located at 36 Center Street in Warsaw. Seats are limited.

The Wyoming County Business Fast Track program is graciously sponsored by Tompkins Community Bank, Complete Payroll, Community Bank N.A., Robert D. Strassel Esq., Five Star Bank, Wyoming County Board of Supervisors, and the workforce development resources available to participants through Community Action for Wyoming County.

To learn more about the Wyoming County Business Fast Track Program or to register for the spring class visit or contact Jennifer Tyczka at the Wyoming County Business Center at (585) 786-3764 or email Registration is now open and seats are limited.