You wouldn’t necessarily pick one of Wyoming’s perfect summer evenings as the right time to attract a crowd indoors to hear a business startup story.
But on June 25, nearly 100 people crowded into the inaugural Casper meeting of a group called e2e, for entrepreneur to entrepreneur.
The draw was networking with other people with a passion for starting businesses, along with a chance to hear from Casper native Jerad Stack about his classic success story.
Stack is a University of Wyoming-educated engineer who rode a “great idea with a good business wrapped around it” from humble beginnings in a Laramie business incubator to the Holy Grail of startup business—selling to a software giant that promised to keep the management and jobs in Laramie.
Written By Susan Anderson
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