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Cultivated by Native Montana, or CBNM, is a sustainable, vertical garden business that uses aquaponics to grow fresh crops for the community of Busby, which is located on the Northern Cheyenne reservation.
Come cheer on University of Montana students as they pitch their ideas for 3 cash prizes totally $2,500 dollars.
MSU alumni entrepreneurs’ startup shares $50,000 prize in Early Stage Montana competition for new ventures
It was this momentum that drove us toward Early Stage Montana, and Early Stage Montana proved to be an essential building block for us to think critically about our business model and how we need to shift and improve it in order to bring Sellout to the larger market."
I’m really glad we did this and highly recommend it to others looking to grow a tech company in Montana." … "I just hope every young tech company in Montana gets a chance to benefit from this like we did."
What’s the difference between a bird and a bike? There’s a million answers but Google might not know the difference.
We are looking to engage a few more mentors with knowledge of business, entrepreneurship, and/or sustainability to work with individual teams from ~12:45 – 4:30 pm on Thursday, September 13, and Friday, September 14 at the UC on the University of Missoula campus.
Early Stage Montana Showcase to feature emerging MT Tech Companies plus 15 leading VCs, Accelerators, and tech ecosystem speakers from MT, CO, WA, UT, AZ, and more on Sept. 22 in Bozeman.
Over 200 members of the Montana tech ecosystem will gather to see presentations from 8 up-and-coming Montana technology companies from across the state and hear tech sector expert speakers from around the western states gather to share their perspectives on topics like:
The Idaho Entrepreneur Challenge is open to all college students in the state of Idaho, regardless of your major. Teams may include students as well as community members.
“The UM AIBL Chapter would like to express their thanks to the UM and Missoula community for all their help in making this year a great year for the chapter,” said Larry Gianchetta, faculty adviser to UM’s AIBL chapter.
Welcome to Early Stage Montana – where the best of Montana’s emerging technology companies get the recognition they deserve.