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Call today (3/31) from the Department of Labor regarding CARES ACT

Many informative conference call opportunities

Census: 10 minutes of your time will help shape Montana’s next 10 years

It doesn’t sound exciting or glamorous, but without census data, our communities, neighbors and families risk losing out on federal money they deserve.

Small Business Survival in the Covid-19 era podcast – Podcast with Pat LaPointe of Early Stage Montana

Well worth a listen. Please Share! 

The Post-Virus Economic Recovery Could Be a Green One

Investing in solar farms, electric vehicle infrastructure, and high speed internet would create a new way forward.

Tester Announces Emergency Economic Assistance Declaration for All 56 Montana Counties

The Economic Injury Disaster Loans offer up to $2 million in assistance per small business and can provide vital economic support to help overcome the temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing.

Butte-Silver Bow and the Butte Local Development help businesses cope with virus fallout

The hope is to provide loans up to $10,000 with zero-percent interest for the first six months with deferred payments allowed during that time. Interest after that would be 2 percent.

Senator Tester Introduces Bill to Provide Debt Relief to Montana Small Businesses and Lenders

Senator’s legislation would support businesses and development organizations by covering the principle, interest, and fees on all SBA loans for 6 months

Department of Commerce Recognizes Small Business Owners and Advisors on 4th Annual SBDC Day

“Especially at this uncertain time, our SBDC advisors are an invaluable, no-cost resource for business assistance, and will continue serving Montanans as we navigate the impacts of COVID-19.” Commerce Director Tara Rice

Regional Economic Development Corporations Earn Go-Ahead to Continue Serving Business Needs Across Montana

11 CRDCs will Share $2.5 Million Over the Next Four Years

Dorsey – SEC Proposes to Expand Potential Investor Pool for Private Placements

Rule 506 allows issuers to sell securities to an unlimited number of “accredited investors” and up to 35 non-accredited investors.