Developing a more Entrepreneurial Montana

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Website Bootcamp: New Year, New Website In three weekly installments starting Thursday, January 28, 6:00-8:00PM and MORE

 Would you like to learn how to create and manage your own business website? Then join us for an in depth online training course we are calling our Website Bootcamp. 

How to Win Any Business Plan Competition, From a 4-Time Winner

Alison Alvarez has gotten really good at understanding what judges want. Here are her top tips.

Resources & Tools For Business Success

Would you like a great answer to, “But what are you doing for us?”

5 Ways Biden Can Help Rural America Thrive and Bridge the Rural-Urban Divide

Biden’s administration has an opportunity to address challenges that hold rural America back and divide the country along geographic lines.

Despite COVID, economies on mend in Butte, southwest Montana

And as always, there are some big, promising leads that couldn’t be talked about quite yet.

Study: Women in Montana disproportionately impacted by pandemic

A survey conducted in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic found women in Montana are disproportionately affected by impacts on daily life, workplace disruptions, economic concerns and mental load.

Ignite 2021 announces new businesses, expansions across Great Falls

Across three-minute-long presentations, Ignite 2021 had almost 20 major announcements, all looking to create fresh opportunities for those living or moving to town. 

Montana Chamber Foundation Announces Partnership with Montana State University Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship

Thanks to the support of MSU and Dean Mark Ranalli at Jabs, contestants in this competition will have the opportunity to connect with peers studying and practicing entrepreneurship, and compete for $10,000 in scholarships to continue their studies at Montana State University.

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 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.