Montana State University offers 10-week incubator program partnered with startup experts to help entrepreneurs develop business ideas

Montana State University is offering a free program to help entrepreneurs take their business ideas to the next level.

The Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship’s 406 Labs is accepting applications for its spring 2024 incubator. The 10-week program aims to help those who have developed business concepts or researched a potential new business to create solid business plans and identify the steps needed to clarify their approach to markets, customers, strategy, financials and more.

Montana residents and MSU students, faculty, staff and alumni are eligible to apply for the program. MSU faculty and graduate students with research projects working toward commercialization of a technology are especially encouraged to apply. Details and the application can be found at The deadline to apply is Friday, Feb. 20. The program is free to all participants.

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