Developing a more Entrepreneurial Montana

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Flathead Valley Business of the Year: Montana West Economic Development

MWED is a private nonprofit that serves as a key resource for, and collaborator with, a broad range of “business professionals, entrepreneurs, developers, governments, and community organizations to strengthen the Flathead’s business and lifestyle assets’”

12 Axioms for Economic Development Groups with Ron Kitchens

Ron Kitchens with Southwest Michigan First is back to share 12 axioms his organization has adopted and is graciously willing to share them with you.

Military funding bills have big bucks for Montana State University

Like a Christmas fruitcake, the $1.4 trillion federal spending package just passed by Congress is chock-full of rich goodies for Montana State University and other Montana campuses.

6 Ways the Government–Yes, the Government–Could Improve Entrepreneurship in 2020

It’s finally dawning on Congress that new businesses and small businesses have different needs. Some recently introduced bills reflect a new focus on founders.

Montana apprenticeship program graduates first brewer

The State of Montana’s Registered Apprenticeship Program participants completed 8,400 apprenticeships from 2000 through last year.

Kiah Hochstetler buys historic Missoula church to create synergy in support of upstart businesses

We want to find good tenants and create an interesting space.

Interested in a MEDA Community Review?  Applications from Communities in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming Due by February 15th; next is June 15th.

A MEDA Community Review is an excellent three phased tool that will improve your community collaboration, communication, and action. 

Montana Department of Commerce – Commerce Connection

Happy Holidays from the
Montana Department of Commerce!

The 4th F Fund from the Montana Bioscience Cluster Initiative Now Open to Montana Bioscience Companies

This fund is designed for maximum flexibility in support of new and established businesses and entrepreneurs in the bioscience industry.

His Job Is Our Future – Grant Kier, Executive Director of Missoula Economic Partnership

His challenge is to guide, facilitate, and articulate a vision for growth that balances progress with character.