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Officials: Missoula’s focus on social causes won’t hinder, slow economic efforts

“I don’t think taking care of people and building a stronger, more resilient economy and attracting and entertaining business is mutually exclusive,” Mayor John Engen said. “That’s what we’re doing today.”

NorthWestern Energy – 2022 Electricity Supply Plan is underway. Get involved and stay in touch by signing up for email updates.

We’ll let you know when meetings are scheduled and provide information on how to participate in our stakeholder meeting process.

Great Falls Montana Tourism’s NEW Visitor Magazine is here! … and it’s really, really good.

We’re excited to be able to add this effective Great Falls resource to our toolkit of Talent Attraction tools and resources.

Feedback wanted on Butte’s Master Plan to improve historic Uptown

“Physical improvements to the streets, lighting plans, a public art commission, things that would really lend to a vibrant Uptown,” said Butte’s Director of Community Development Karen Byrnes.

Welcome to the Official Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development Website!

The Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development markets Montana’s spectacular unspoiled nature, vibrant and charming small towns, breathtaking experiences, relaxing hospitality, and competitive business climate to promote the state as a place to visit and do business. Its goal is to sustain and enhance the quality of life for all Montanans and their communities by strengthening the economy through job creation and business development.

Resolving Montana’s Labor Shortage

Of course, what actually occurs to end labor force shortages may be something much more ordinary, yet much less desirable. That is a collapse in labor demand caused by an economic reversal. I think most of us would agree that the problem of too much demand is better than the problem of too little.

What’s Happening at Prospera November 2021? …. We’re Moving!

“We are excited to be launching this new mentorship program for women in Montana. Our goal is to not only empower women entrepreneurs and business owners but to bridge the gap between urban and rural communities. Business resources are not the same in each county and by connecting women from all 56 counties we can be a catalyst to propel their business, create new jobs, and gain access to capital.”

Montana Career Opportunity – Business Services Director – with the potential to become our Executive Director – Mission West Community Development Partners

MISSION WEST COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS (MWCDP) is seeking an impassioned, motivated Business Services Director with the potential to become our Executive Director within 24-36 months. The selected candidate can expect immediate, substantial organizational investment in…

MEDA November news and countdown to Kalispell!

We are counting the days until November 15 – 17, to see you all in Kalispell! 

Revitalizing the Main Street, Revitalizing the Community – A Couple Drives Investment in Their Rural Oklahoma Hometown – How About Your Home Town? MEDA Can Help.

“Everyone needs to consider what they want their legacy to be and a lot of people don’t think about that at all – that you want your life to count for something,”