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

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One of the unexpected benefits of COVID for government contractors is the easy and affordable access to government buyers, small business specialists, and, sometimes, end-users through virtual procurement conferences and industry days.  

EDA grants CARES Act revolving loan funds to Big Sky Economic Development

The EDA revolving loan fund will be used to help business recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as help businesses with entrepreneurial efforts. It’s expected to create 40 jobs and retain 14 jobs.

Big Sky Economic Development Events April 2021

Are you starting a business and just don’t know where to begin?

Big Sky Economic Development sticking with proposed med school after Billings Clinic backs out

The RVU team members shared deep regrets and in no way meant to hurt or disparage any group or individual. That is not who they are as a company, or as individuals, and they expressed that directly to me during our conversation,” said Steve Arveschoug, director of Big Sky Economic Development.

Big Sky Finance March 2021

Interested in learning about the benefits of the SBA 504 Program? Does your team need a refresher?

Top Headlines from Big Sky Economic Development

Steve Gets his COVID-19 Vaccine Part I

Big Sky Economic Development – March Upcoming Trainings

Women on the Rise: My Kids Ignore Me, And You Think I Should Have Employees?
- March 17th

Upcoming Trainings for March With Big Sky Economic Development

Great opportunities to improve Montana’s economy

Rocky Vista University Medical School Proposes Billings, Montana Campus – First for Montana

Rocky Vista University (RVU) announced today that it has selected Billings, Montana as the proposed site for development of a four-year medical school – the first of its kind in the state of Montana.

Big Sky Economic Development Upcoming Trainings in February

Women on the Rise: I Work For A Real Nut, But At least I Am Self-Employed – February 3rd