Great Falls Development Authority
Our fourth annual Ignite Great Falls will be on January 11, 7:30 – 10:30 AM at the Meadowlark Country Club!
Announcing our new logo to align GFDA’s business development marketing with Great Falls Tourism’s marketing efforts! The more Team Great Falls works together, along with our rural partners, the more bang for the buck we get out of local investment and the more wins we help generate.
Another downtown building is being renovated!
“We’re thrilled one of the world’s largest privately held companies has chosen Great Falls, Mont. for their innovative research facility,” says Brett Doney, president and chief executive officer of the Great Falls Montana Development Authority (GFDA).
“We’re doing well with our per capita income growth. You know, that growth rate is out pacing the national and Montana averages,” Jolene Schalper, Great Falls Development Authority’s VP of Business Development.
GFDA Top 10 -Here is our Top 11 for this week, celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy.
As we get ready to move into our new office at West Bank Landing, it’s time for us to say goodbye to some great furniture, office equipment, office supplies and artwork that won’t fit in our new space. GFDA investors, non-profit organizations and teachers get first dibs on great stuff.
The next Future of the Falls Forum will be the evening of December 3rd. See KRTV for details.
GFDA Top 10 — Here is our Top 17 for last week, celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy.
"Create your future from your future not your past." Werner Erhard
Since then, we closed out our 16th fiscal year, made plans for FY2019, started new projects, secured more resources to put to work, and added three new team members.
Here is our Top 10 for this week, celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy.
Celebrated the ribbon-cutting at CMR High School’s new STEM center, auxiliary gym, state-of-the-art weight room, fitness center, and wrestling room. The $11.3 million project is a result of the $98.9 million bond issue in 2016, in addition to contributions from the GFPS Foundation, Thurber Families, Chuck and Gerry Jennings, and DA Davidson Companies.