The Rural Broadband Challenge: Use It – E-commerce successes in rural Montana

Broadband doesn’t produce jobs, people do, and they need training in best practices and entrepreneurship and trusted networks of support.

Rural broadband access is just half the battle — maybe less than half, says Frank Odasz.

By Frank Odasz Lone Eagle Consulting from Dillon, Montana

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