Laramie is home to a sizeable and growing technology cluster of more than 60 companies. These technology firms project they will add more than 100 new jobs in the next five to eight years. We’re not a silo of activity – a strong regional synergy has developed in the last four to five years between Laramie’s burgeoning technology cluster, the University of Wyoming, and Cheyenne’s NCAR, Wyoming’s super-computing center, and the Microsoft Data Center. This unique palette of amenities has culminated in southeastern Wyoming becoming a desirable environment for data centers, technology businesses, and research and development firms.

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LEDC is a non-profit organization that was established in 1985 to provide local economic development programs and initiatives. LEDC not only works to attract and retain new businesses, it also facilitates the expansion and development of existing businesses in order to achieve sustainable growth and improve the economic well-being of Laramie and Albany County citizens. LEDC works closely with the city and state government, the Chamber of Commerce, and the University of Wyoming to identify funding sources and create primary jobs.

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