• Tri-Cities Mini Tech Conference

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    The Tri-Cities Mini Tech Conference will focus on what is going on in the technology world that affects our local and regional businesses.  Speakers will update the attendees on relevant issues and activities in the loal areas to increase and improve our technology for business.

    As an attendee you will take away from the event:

    • A basic understanding of technology sectors-   What is going on in the tech industry
    • How technology (or lack thereof) impacts businesses
    • Local, regional, and state wide technical activities
    • Ideas for building and strengthening our local economy

    When:  September 25th      9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    Where:  Gillette College Tech Center

    Cost:  Free

    Lunch and break snacks provided

    For more information contact:

    Phil Christopherson

    307-686-2603 (w)

    307-689-9554 (c)

    Phil@EnergyCapitalED.com

  • Tri-Cities Mini Tech Conference

    world

    The Tri-Cities Mini Tech Conference will focus on what is going on in the technology world that affects our local and regional businesses.  Speakers will update the attendees on relevant issues and activities in the loal areas to increase and improve our technology for business. As an attendee you will take away from the event: A basic ...

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Campbell County population:

46,000

Median Income:

$75,000

Primary industries:

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

Tax Rate:

Personal income 0%; Corporate Income 0%; Sales Tax 6% (State 4% - County 2%)

Unemployment Rate:

2.8%


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