The 2022 Fremont County Start-Up Challenge final pitch night is set to take place on Thursday, May 12th at 5:30 pm in Room #100 of the Health and Sciences Center on the campus of Central Wyoming College in Riverton. Doors open at 5:00 pm and the event is open to the public.
There will be a reception to follow at the Brunton/County 10 building right next door, where the winners will be announced and refreshments will be provided.
County 10 is featuring each of the four finalists and next up is Daniel Stewart of High Country Fungus (HCF). Below is more about this business.
“Over the past 10 years Daniel has developed a passion for all things fungi. He spent studying engineering and physics in college and this background has driven Daniel to discover the world of mushroom materials. High Country Fungus has been around for a while, mainly producing edible mushrooms for local restaurants and farmers markets. It is now using the founder’s science background to grow sustainable packaging from mushrooms. That right, the concept is using mushrooms in everything from packaging to insulation. Daniel is excited to bring his expertise to Riverton, having recently relocated from Montana.”
IMPACT 307 is a statewide network of innovation-driven business incubators committed to growing and strengthening Wyoming’s entrepreneurial community by providing resources and support for founders to thrive.
IMPACT 307 would like to thank the following generous sponsors of the 2022 Fremont County Start-Up Challenge: Fremont County MOVE, LOR Foundation, Wind River Development Company, Wyoming Community Bank, Fagnant, Lewis & Brinda, P.C., Atlantic City FCU, Lander Chamber of Commerce, Maven Outdoor Equipment, Lander Economic Development Association, First Interstate Bank, the Wyoming Business Council, Central Wyoming College, and the University of Wyoming.