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GFDA is conducting a childcare feasibility study

“We’d like to get at least 500 responses from parents in the region or guardians about their childcare needs because it adds depth and richness to the number crunching that’s already been done.”

An Opportunity for Long-Term, Equitable Local Economic Vitality

Small businesses need affordable commercial space. Federal stimulus funds offer the chance for local governments to get involved in a variety of ways — including becoming landlords themselves.

Bear Paw Development Corporation of Northern Montana – Paw Prints – A Quarterly Newsletter to Keep You Informed

Bear Paw Development is a private non-profit organization that works to improve regional economic conditions in Hill, Blaine, Liberty, Chouteau, and Phillips Counties and the Fort Belknap and Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservations. To find out more, visit us online at http://www.bearpaw.org

This should be the remote workers’ ‘Bill of Rights’

The executive director of Tulsa Remote asks (and answers): “What is the remote worker owed? And, to what extent, if at all, are remote workers different from their office-bound counterparts?”

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Maximize Profitability by Doing Less Work

Increasing profitability in a business can be a lot of work. But there are ways to have a large impact on the bottom line. Find out how to maximize the profitability of your business simply.

Boulder, Montana community group wants to start childcare program – New pilot program, Childcare Connect Montana, is helping childcare facilities stay staffed

The leaders of the working group have begun the process of creating a nonprofit organization. They’re seeking a grant to hire a childcare coordinator, and Hesford has been trying to recruit people to start the process of becoming licensed providers.

This serial entrepreneur asks himself three questions when assessing a business idea.

When he assesses a business idea, Jain starts with a simple premise: If your business ends up solving the problem that it sets out to solve, how many lives are going to be better because of it? ​​”If there are a billion people whose lives are going to be better, then you have a massive market,” he says. “And you’ll have to find a way to create that enterprise.”

July Monthly: Guest Post, Website Tips, Upcoming Events

What does the Made in Montana logo mean?  It’s more than a brand; it signifies a product is made or grown here with pride, a badge of honor for the producer, and stands for quality. Made in Montana has three brand pillars:

MATR Launches The Montana Community Map. Would you like to be the “Keeper” of your community?

What’s great about each Montana community and what’s happening to make it a truly wonderful place to live or visit like career and real estate opportunities, housing and broadband availability, child care facilities, social activities etc.

From Destination Marketing to Destination Stewardship – Are Tourists Loving Montana Too Much?

“I know folks are concerned about overcrowding and Glacier has become an extremely popular destination.  We can become a victim of too much success.”