The Wyoming Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network welcomes Steen Stovall as the new regional director for Natrona, Converse, Niobrara, and Platte Counties. Stovall will assist entrepreneurs in his region with all aspects of starting, growing or even selling a business. He also offers his advanced expertise in 2nd stage business strategies, capital acquisition and business operations/development to entrepreneurs throughout the state. The Wyoming SBDC Network offers no-cost, confidential advising and technical assistance to small businesses in every industry throughout the entire state.
Stovall has been involved in the small business and workforce development sectors for more than 25 years. A business veteran, he co-founded businesses in the oil, gas, retail and construction industries. In addition, he’s been involved in the academic sector, teaching classes in entrepreneurship, marketing, management, accounting and construction planning at numerous colleges and universities. Most recently Steen served as the interim state director of the SBDC Network in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
As a recent arrival to Wyoming, he’s looking forward to meeting with clients and visiting small businesses throughout the state. “Mentoring entrepreneurs as they start or grow their business is something I’ve always enjoyed,” says Stovall. “I can’t wait to explore more of my new community as well as meet the area’s small business owners and help them succeed.”
Stovall is now taking appointments to assist entrepreneurs. You can sign-up to meet with your local Wyoming SBDC Network advisor at WyomingSBDC.org.
About the Wyoming SBDC Network: The Wyoming SBDC Network offers no-cost advising and technical assistance to help Wyoming entrepreneurs think about, launch, grow, reinvent or exit their business. In 2018 alone, the Wyoming SBDC Network helped Wyoming entrepreneurs start 111 new businesses, create or save 1,402 jobs, and bring a capital impact of more than $10 million to the state. The Wyoming SBDC Network is hosted by the University of Wyoming with state funds from the Wyoming Business Council. Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.