Big Sky Economic Development

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Entrepreneurs On Tap – 10/18 – Billings

This event will feature the new name and branding for the BSED entrepreneur center, state winners from Early Stage Montana, discussion of building destination/experience entrepreneurs for Billings, great food and networking.

Downtown convention center should be large, versatile, and capture Billings’ character, One Big Sky developer says

The vision for the One Big Sky District is getting bigger and coming into clearer focus.

2018 marks the 20th year anniversary Big Sky Economic Development (BSED) has hosted the Procurement Technical Assistance Program in Montana.

MT PTAC government contracting advisors specialize in assisting businesses with finding, bidding and winning on government contracts.

Billings Mayor Bill Cole and Big Sky Economic Development’s Melanie Schwarz attend national entrepreneur conference

They said they learned how entrepreneurs, community organizations and local governments can work together to promote entrepreneurship and economic development.

BSED Entrepreneur Meet-Up – 8/7 – Billings

This informal networking event will offer entrepreneurs, resource partners, and community leaders the chance to share ideas and learn more about how Billings is building its entrepreneur ecosystem.

Big Sky Finance July Newsletter

Our 2018 fiscal year ended on June 30th and we would like to take this opportunity to share some highlights:

Key Billings players stepping up support for One Big Sky project

One by one, the key players involved in the new One Big Sky project for downtown Billings are getting on board.

Economist explains why workers are better off in Billings, Montana

Attracting talented workers to consider moving to Billings — and keeping the ones who already call Billings home — is a good news-bad news proposition.

The next 18 months will make or break the One Big Sky vision for Billings

One reason, Big Sky Economic Development’s executive director Steve Arveschoug told The Gazette’s editorial board this week, is attracting and retaining enough workers to replace the 20,000 people expected to retire in the next decade, together with the 8,000 or so additional workers who will join the city’s growing workforce during that time.

This Friday: Talent Attraction And Strategic Placemaking Event ‘Better Off In Billings" – 4/20 – Billings, Montana

Come hear how Billings compares to peer communities in quality of life, commute times, outdoor recreation amenities, graduation rates, air quality, cost of living and even social capital.