Silicon Couloir offers free coaching for businesses impacted by virus

JACKSON, Wyo. — Silicon Couloir has announced the expansion of its business crisis coaching to all businesses in the Wydaho region following a successful pilot program with ventures in the Silicon Couloir ecosystem. Every business owner and entrepreneur dealing with the effects of COVID-19 and the impact of their livelihood can reach out for help.

Free confidential one-hour sessions with one of Silicon Couloir’s volunteer business crisis coaches are now available. Coaches offer expertise in a range of areas that include finance, strategy communications/marketing, executive coaching, operations, management, and human resources. Business owners will be paired with a local coach experienced in the requested area of need.

Executive Director Gary Trauner explained  “Silicon Couloir has looked very hard at how we can best help our community get through this crisis. We view Silicon Couloir as Economic First Responders in the COVID emergency, and we realized one way we can help is to harness the power of the mentors and intellectual capital in our ecosystem. We created a process to provide free immediate counseling for businesses in our community. We hope those in need will take advantage of this offering to get advice and work through their pressing issues. We are proud to be focusing our resources to help businesses and entrepreneurs emerge stronger on the other side of this crisis.”

Please visit to learn more and access a coaching request form. A staff member will make their best effort to contact you within 24 hours upon receipt of the request.

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