Developing a more Entrepreneurial Montana

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Michael Fitzgerald – “After 10 Years, I’ve Stepped Down as CEO of Submittable in Missoula, Montana”

OK, that was amazing.

University of Montana Awarded $300K for COVID-19 Economic Recovery for Women in Business

The funds from the U.S. Economic Development Administration will create and support online micro-courses and accelerator programs for rural, Indigenous and urban Montana women interested in or already in business.

Startups Are Finding the Sweet Spot in a Downturn

It’s counter-intuitive for people to start new businesses in an economic downturn, but startups are prying open new market opportunities that coronavirus pandemic lockdowns have created.

Montana’s New Governor Could Remake the State – New York Times – Gianforte launches website to ‘Help Lead Montana’s Comeback’

Greg Gianforte’s victory is another step in the Republicans’ ideological conquest of the American West.

Crowdfund Mainstreet Montana Survey

This survey is being conducted by Crowdfund Mainstreet Montana to determine how to most effectively help businesses, entrepreneurs, and organizations in Montana raise the financial capital they need from their communities.

Apply for a Montana Main Street Program Grant

Funding can be used to address long range community planning and revitalization needs as well as more specific prioritized projects.

SEC Changes Crowdfunding Regulation – The 7 Best Crowdfunding Sites of 2020

Companies raising money through regulation crowdfunding can now raise up to $5 million, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission announced Monday.

Montana Recovery Workshops – MT Downtown Coalition 11/11-13 – Online

Featuring a blend of presented materials, interactive large-group exercises, and facilitated small-group breakout sessions, each workshop is designed specifically to help community participants learn from each other and understand how to take a more strategic approach to economic recovery.

MEDA November News and Happy Hour Reminder – 11/6 – 11AM – Online

MEDA Happy Hour is this Friday at 11am.  You will hear a few stories from those who polished their skills from MEDA’s Professional Development Training….and catch up with your colleagues.  Register today…it is free!

To Grow the Brain Power of a Smart City, Share the Data

Whatever benefits a city gains from an ecosystem that collects and analyzes data for decision-making — a smart city — those benefits become multiplied when those systems connect to other cities.