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Next Frontier Capital Announces Successful Close of $80m Fund III

With investments in Colorado, Utah, and Montana and experience scaling companies from concept to exit, the Next Frontier team is dedicated to working with mission-driven teams working on innovations in business applications, deep tech, cloud computing, and data analytics.

No foolin’ – MEDA April Online News

Please start your day by checking out the MEDA April News.  The April calendar is very busy.  

Pandemic Or Not, There’s A Bipartisan Plan To Kickstart A New Generation Of Entrepreneurs

This nationwide competition is a competitive fellowship. A selection committee would choose 320 entrepreneurs every year for the next 6 years with the goal of getting a business up and running.

Resources for Indigenous-owned natural products businesses

Here are several resources that lend support to Native American entrepreneurs specifically, from networking groups to grant opportunities.

Bozeman summit highlights women in tech

WTM’s Bozeman chapter co-founder Lindsey Hanna was the only woman technical engineer in her entire company until recently.

‘MunchieBus’ ready to roll as Billings’ first convenience store on wheels

On the MunchieBus app—which has a similar layout and feel as other delivery service apps like UberEats or DoorDash—Billings and Lockwood residents can request a no-contact delivery to their door or request the bus come to do their residence and shop onboard.

These Founders Are Planning a Smarter, Better Future for Cities

Imagine if buildings, sidewalks, or streets could tell you what’s going on around them.

Helena-based The Virago Collaborative co-working space aims to help women succeed

“It’s tailored to women and women’s needs, but men are welcomed to join as well,” said one of the five owners Mercedes Bawden.

The Catalyst – E-Newsletter from Prospera – March 2021 Edition

$300,000 Awarded to Small Businesses 

Are You Ready for the Hybrid Workplace?

“It’s going to be complicated to manage, but at the same time there are benefits that are probably pretty substantial,” she said. “Ideally, you’ll get some of the benefits of traditional co-located work, and you’ll also get some of the benefits, which we now know to be more substantial than we’d realized, of remote working.”