MEDA -Montana Economic Developers Association

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March MEDA News

Do be watching for the 2011 MEDA Spring Conference Agenda as well as the pre-conference Professional Development training. Set aside the dates of April 27 – 29th and get ready for a great conference in Bozeman.

Overview And Demonstration with Chris Gibbons – Littleton Economic Gardening Program, 2/16, Webinar

Christian Gibbons is the Director of Business/Industry Affairs in Littleton, Colorado and is co-inventor (along with city manager Jim Woods) of "Economic Gardening," an entrepreneurial approach to economic development. Mr. Gibbons has run this project for the City of Littleton for 24 years.

February MEDA Online News

Do take a minute to review the MEDA Online News

Intern Sought for Montana Economic Developers Association Innovative Working Group Project

"Identify innovations and strategic opportunities that would feed into the effort to refine Montana’s economic development model including our programs, tools, approach, and our vision."

The January 2011 MEDA Online News is now available.

To start your new year right, MEDA has opened Round 1 for scholarship awards in 2011.

A question and…December MEDA Online News

The December MEDA Online News is now available for your review.

MEDA Request For Proposal: Montana Strategic Regional Competitiveness Analysis

MEDA (Montana Economic Developers Association) is seeking a contractor to conduct a Strategic Regional Competitiveness Analysis of the State and its Regions.

MEDA BEAR Roundup Via Webinar, 11/15

BEAR stands for Business Expansion and Retention. While many community economic development efforts are focused on attracting new business to an area, BEAR helps identify problems and opportunities facing the existing business community, provides access to needed resources and helps to prioritize options and develop activities to help local businesses thrive.

Montana Economic Developers Association November newsletter and…

Those working in the economic development field hold the power to make the rural voice heard.

Summary of the Rural Seminar Policy meeting in Billings, Montana 10/26/10

Where does Rural Montana fit in the Urban-centric World of Washington DC?