Big Sky Economic Development Events April 2021

BossLAB: Hospitality and Service Standards Workshop – April 7th
This workshop teaches business leaders how to create a culture of care and hospitality, how to set expectations, and how to measure and follow up. Learn about the 5 Essentials of Hospitality, the key differences between service and hospitality, how to follow up with Service Standards, and how to identify and improve the Moments of Truth.
Startup Roadmap – April 15th
Are you starting a business and just don’t know where to begin? The FREE Startup Roadmap workshop will provide you with the basic steps to start a business as well as help define and communicate your business idea or concept!
Better Off in Billings Week! – April 19th – 22nd
This year we are taking our one day Better Off in Billings Event and extending it throughout an entire week! A week to talk about all things Billings! We will kick off the virtual event week Monday, April 19th and go through Thursday, April 22nd.
Cottage Food | Retail Food: Rules and Regulations – April 21st
Clark Snyder, a county sanitarian for Riverstone Health, will be discussing the ins and outs of Cottage Food vs Retail Food in this workshop. Learn about the rules and regulations for each operation and clarifying what can be made in a home kitchen and what cannot. Cottage Food applies to the following areas: Growing and Harvesting, Personal Home Food Production, and Farmers Markets. If you have been wanting to start making/selling food out of your home, you won’t want to miss this workshop!
Business Model Canvas – April 22nd
A one-page, visual, strategic management tool to quickly and easily define and communicate a business idea or concept in a focused but flexible way.
Industry Day with Bureau of Reclamation
– April 22nd
Join the Billings PTAC for a virtual industry day with the Bureau of Reclamation and learn more about how to do business with this federal agency! There will be a Q&A session at the end to allow vendors to ask questions.
Cybersecurity – April 29th
Humans are the first line of defense, with a 95% of cyber incidents resulting from human error- and 99% of business facing cybersecurity risks. Not every company has the same level of cyber exposure. Learn how to understand your risks and protect your company, and mitigate, respond and recover if one occurs.

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