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Butte, Montana to develop master plan for Uptown’s economic future

Next month, the city will host two public Zoom meetings to get feedback from the public and business owners in the historic district that intersects at Park and Main streets. The city wants to know what it can do to enhance this important area.

Montana Exporter of the Year Nominations are Open

Have you significantly grown your exports in 2020? If so, you may be eligible for the Montana Exporter of the Year Award.

Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA) 2021 Legislative Priorities and Principles

As the State’s lead economic development agency, MEDA comprises more than 225 economic development practitioners and partners serving as leaders dedicated to building Montana’s economy.  MEDA members strive to improve the State’s economy through business creation, expansion, retention, and through the empowerment and diversification of our State’s economic base. 

Career Risk and Relocation to Montana – Will Price Founder and GP at Next Frontier Capital

Until recently, moving to Bozeman, Big Sky, or Missoula, came with very real career risk.

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Gallatin College MSU featured in Photonics Spectra

Montana has one of the densest per capita clusters of optics and photonics institutions in the U.S. To meet local and national workforce demands Gallatin College MSU offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in photonics and laser technology.

New University of Montana Business Center Buoys Female Entrepreneurs

“To get the rare opportunity for Missoula to headquarter a statewide, SBA Women’s Business Center is a privilege, but it also is a way for the city of Missoula to actually live its values. I cannot wait to hear about the different, women-owned businesses that this new center will support.” Mayor John Engen

What makes a community? A look at what’s great about Great Falls, Montana

As a fresh start and some positivity at the end of one difficult year and going into one that will likely be challenging, I asked a few local business owners and Great Falls Greats winners a few questions about why they do business here, why they stay and what’s unique about out community.

Grant program announced for women-owned businesses

Applicants can begin applying on January 18.

**FY2021 USDA Rural Business Development Grant(RBDG) – Applications Being Accepted!**

To be competitive when applying for RBDG funds, proposed projects should approximate these levels.

Have you heard about the new coworking space coming to Downtown Great Falls? – Jan 22 – 10AM

Of course you haven’t – that’s because it’s being unveiled at Ignite 2021 on Friday, January 22nd starting at 10 AM!