One of the many community outreach and civic projects that Energy Capital Economic Development participates in is the Next Generation Sector Partnership. This statewide effort launched its Campbell County partnership last week. The partnership's aim is to position industry professionals as the leaders in economic growth. To learn more about the project, read the Next Gen Press Release.
The Next Generation Partnership, a public-private partnership was featured in a recent Gillette News Record article. Energy Capital Economic Development Director of BRE Mary Melaragno is participating in the partnership and is featured in the article: 12-2-2018 - Next Gen Partnership - GNR
The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce is seeking proposals from professional trainers to teach during the Innovate and Grow Conference on Friday, May 17, 2019. Innovate and Grow, was created by the Campbell County Chamber and offers a full day of 1 ½ hour seminars where individuals can choose to attend sessions that are most ...
The FUEL Business Incubator has added two new levels of membership: Outreach Members can use shared workspace cubicles to conduct business. They also have access to the conference room and lounge so they can meet with clients and network with other entrepreneurs. Outreach Members can use the high-speed wireless internet and have access to office machines, including ...
Interested in spotlighting your business for local business leaders? If so, consider sponsoring an Economic Development Quarterly Breakfast. The breakfasts are held in January, April, July and October each year. They are open to the public and attract primarily business and civic leaders. The sponsor provides the meal and has the opportunity to talk about his/her ...
Campbell County population:
Energy (oil and gas, coal), medical, school district
Top five employers:
Campbell County School District; Peabody Energy; Thunder Basin Coal; Campbell County Health; Cloud Peak Energy
Personal income 0%; Corporate Income 0%; Sales Tax 5% (State 4% - County 2%)