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Big Sky EDA- Building Businesses and Creating Jobs in the Greater Billings, Montana area

Let’s not be careless with Montana’s economic future

I’m not writing to argue for a more "ideal energy portfolio" or to advocate for more or less coal, I’m compelled to write because we cannot afford to be careless about the value of reliable, affordable energy and the jobs that it creates for Montana.

Business Strategies 2016 – Small Business Training and Workshops , 2/10, Billings, Montana

Featured Speaker – Amy Kellogg

Newsweek – NFL Rams Move to L.A.? Wrong! Montana Would Be Better – Billings Bighorns

Before you scoff–oh, too late?–think about the possibilities. The town of Green Bay, Wisconsin, home to the most devoted fans in the NFL, has approximately 105,000 people. Billings, the largest city in Montana, has a population of 109,000.

BillingsWorks launches Employer Survey

This survey is intended for employers in Yellowstone County, Montana, to be completed by an individual in an HR, management, executive or ownership position.

Montana leaders seeking meeting with GE to save Billings operation

We’re trying to convey how important this is to the state of Montana, our partnership with GE. I’m hoping in 2016 we’re going to get it all resolved.” Steve Arvescoug, president of Big Sky Economic Development

Big Sky Economic Development Energy Briefing 2016, 1/18, Billings, Montana

What your business needs to know about the Montana Clean Power Plan and Economic Future

BillingsWorks Announces New Talent Attraction Campaign

Billings a great place to live and work. This website is a great addition to your website career page, as it gives job seekers a personal perspective on our great city.

Big Sky Economic Development: BSED and its investors are building a strong community

We want to hear your ideas and add to our list. What do you believe should be on the Building Remarkable Imperative list?

Outreach program helps veterans transition to business world

Now that they’re done serving their nation, a group of about 30 veterans is learning how to serve their community — by starting a new business.

Boots To Business Reboot – REGISTER TODAY For FREE!, 11/13, Billings, Montana

This course is open to Veterans of all eras (Servicemembers, including members of the National Guard and Reserves) and their spouses.