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Montana Business Incubator hatches two new clients

Two new businesses have signed up as client companies with the Montana Business Incubator in Billings. by Leanne H. Frost Western Business Osteo Northwest and Kids Stuff Consignment became the third and fourth companies, respectively,…

The 10 Commandments of Raising Venture Capital

Given the state of the financial markets, the world and the general gloom and doom in the press today, raising venture capital in this market may seem like a kamikaze mission. But for the fearless…

Start-up Business Dilemma 101: How to Value a Company That Has No Revenues Yet?

The books on how to prepare a business plan usually prescribe a discounted present value of cash flows approach to valuing a start-up business. By Dr. Carey Curtis, ACE-Net Volunteer Entrepreneurs develop a three-to-five year…

25 Rules for Leaders

Leadership. Innovation. Work. Brand. Technology. Fast Company’s flagship event centered around those themes for three days of real learning and just-in-time inspiration last week in San Diego. by Linda Tischler FastCompany.com The roster of RealTime…

SBA Guides Tech Firms To Agencies, Contractors

Jane Kim started her Silicon Valley technology-staffing firm during the Internet boom. But now her San Francisco start-up is looking for new revenue as the dot-com economy has waned. First stop: the federal government. By…

Sen. Bennett of Utah sponsoring tech meet at Southern Utah University with President Meg Whitman of eBay

Sen. Bob Bennett is sponsoring a two-day Rural Utah Business Technology Conference at Southern Utah University in Cedar City on May 28-29. It will offer numerous workshops and speeches about high-tech tools, trends and financing…

Washington State Economic summit coming to Spokane

Washington Gov. Gary Locke will hold the first statewide economic development summit in Spokane Sept. 12 and 13. The Spokesman-Review Sharon Wallace, spokeswoman for the Department of Community, Trade and Economic Development, said participants will…

Bees (at the University of Montana) Learning Smell of Bombs With Backing From Pentagon

Scientists working for the Pentagon have trained ordinary honeybees to ignore flowers and home in on minute traces of explosives, a preliminary step toward creating a buzzing, swarming detection system that could be used to…

Pasta co-op in North Dakota may begin selling stock

Dakota Growers owners say new capital is vital for success BISMARCK, N.D. — Since it began production eight years ago, Dakota Growers Pasta Co. has built a reputation not just for the spaghetti it makes…

MSU Research roundup-Documenting Shakespeare -Horse harm -Books on film -Paris’s Red Belt

Documenting Shakespeare This will be the 30th season for Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, an outdoor touring company that has been crisscrossing the state since 1973. Tom Watson, assistant professor in MSU’s media and theatre…

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