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Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 10-18-20

We are HUNGRY to Grow the Great Falls regional economy, create higher wage jobs, build our tax base, improve our market competitiveness, and enhance the quality of life and economic opportunity for residents of Great Falls, Cascade County, and the entire 13-county Great Falls trade area.

Cities and Startups Are Poised for a ‘Great Reboot’

The goal of his new book is to show business owners how to make the most of the opportunities ahead.

VCs Consider This Trait Most Important When Choosing Entrepreneurs to Invest In

The eight stages of the entrepreneurial journey – and why VCs care.

‘Zoom towns’ are exploding in the West and many cities aren’t ready for the onslaught.

GNAR is in the process of launching an online toolkit, which will provide basic urban planning information these communities need, like case studies and model ordinances.

Your Friday Flash from the Montana Department Tourism and Business Development 10/16/2020

Reminders/Updates for our Tourism Partners

Montana Department of Commerce Tourism Grant Program Now Open – Apply from Oct. 15-Nov. 30

 “The Department of Commerce looks forward to supporting tourism and recreation projects as we recognize that while so many aspects of our daily lives have changed, one thing remains truer than ever: Montana is the best place to live, work and play.” Commerce Director Tara Rice

Here’s Your Top List of Upcoming Trainings From Big Sky Economic Development

Are you starting a business and just don’t know where to begin?

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 10-11-20

Our bridge loan gap financing work over the past decade was recognized with an 2020 Impact Award from the Montana Economic Developers Association.

Missoula Economic Partnership guiding Missoula’s economic recovery with focus on key industries, jobs and development

“The thing that tends to get the most headlines is our business attraction work,” said Grant Kier. “But the truth is, the vast majority of our work is helping those companies that are already here.”

Bullish on Broadband: Time to Get Your Grant Proposals Ready

At least 15 federal agencies provide grants to support better broadband. It’s time for communities to get moving if they want to claim their share.