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Tester, Daines, Zinke, Rosendale Restart Montana Coffee Starting March 1 in Washington, D.C. – How About Gianforte in Montana?

Bipartisan weekly event provides opportunity for Montanans to meet directly with their congressional delegation

Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority Inaugural Newsletter January 2023

Today, more than 2,000 miles from the Great Lake to the Pacific and 800 miles from Great Falls to Denver no longer have access to passenger rail service. It’s time to provide passenger rail service to all of America.

Big Sky Economic Development is excited to announce the launch of their PODCAST, The Vault at 201 North Broadway!

The Vault at 201 N Broadway, podcast for innovators and problem solvers talking all things entrepreneurship, small business, and workforce development! Learn more about the Vault, our hosts, and the first three episodes (and how you can listen)

TOMIS – 2022 In Review, The Power of Chat Webinar, Sunshine Tribe Promo | January Newsletter

If you run a tour or activity business, 2023 presents arguably the biggest opportunity you’ve seen. Right now there’s a wave of pent up demand for tours and activities being felt right across the globe. We’re seeing an unprecedented increase in international, domestic and local visitors across most destinations. People are travelling again in record numbers – and tapping into travel budgets that’ve gone unused the last few years…

Great Falls Montana Economic Development Index 4th Quarter 2022

Number of impressions Great Falls Tourism’s paid media placements generated in 2022: 27 million

Want to start a business in Montana? Great Falls may be your best bet

According to Motley Fool, in 2021, Montana was the #1 state for starting a small business. Some of the factors that go into such rankings include a state’s tax policies, consumer spending, business survival rate over five years, and labor laws.

School privatization schemes are being pushed in Montana

Montanans Organized for Education’s (MOFE) 16,000 members — including parents, students, community members and teachers — stand in opposition to school privatization (sometimes called “school choice” by proponents).

Momentum Continues in University of Montana’s First Year as ‘R1’ Research University

During the past decade, expenditures from research grants have more than doubled at the University. This past fall reported research expenditures were a record $126 million, up $4 million from the year before. UM experienced a 129% increase from the $55 million reported in 2014.

Startup Bootcamp for Life Science Entrepreneurs on March 6th – MSU Campus

This event is designed for investigators, graduate students, faculty, and early-stage founders launching or considering starting a life-science focused technology venture.

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 1-29-23

Here is our Top 23 for this week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle. And, sharing business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your success.