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Why leaders should never want to stop learning

“Hoarding what you know is a great way to shut off the flow of learning in your life, so try to do the opposite every day,”

U.S. Department of Energy Vision for the Beneficial Integration of Electric Vehicles into the Electricity Grid

The document serves as guidepost, offering direction for stakeholders as they develop products, identify opportunities for standardization, and design new policies, rates, and services, among other activities.

MEP July 2024 Newsletter is Here!

The Missoula Economic Partnership expands prosperity and improves quality of life by engaging in strategic business development, creating pathways for people to realize their potential, and fostering our culture of diversity and innovation.

GFDA Quarter Index 2024 – Q2

Size of Berkshire Hathaway Energy Montana new solar project: 100MW

Small Towns Are Paying Remote Workers to Move In – Career Opportunities in Montana

Small Towns Are Paying Remote Workers to Move In

UM Family Medicine Residency Program Receives $750K to Expand Training Sites

The proposed new training sites in Butte and Helena will focus on full-scope family medicine, including obstetrical training, similar to the Missoula and Kalispell training programs.

ABC News Video – Seeley Lake, Montana in crosshairs of changing economy

Missoula County’s timber industry has taken a harsh hit not because of low timber prices but because of soaring home prices. ABC’s Terry Moran reports on the fallout.

How can I scale up as a startup CEO?

The transition is tough — but not impossible

We can’t tackle the climate crisis without startups

WEF’s head of Innovator Communities says the relentless drive and ingenuity of startups will help us navigate the complexities of our polycrisis, transforming our world for the better.

Affordable Child Care a Problem in Rural America

New study shows that affordability and access to high-quality child care are increasingly problems for employers and employees.