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SBA 504 Interest Rates – May 2020

Why an SBA 504?

Made in Montana May Monthly: Training, Fall Food and Beverage Shows, and more!

Join us for summer export training! The ExportMontana team hosts Riddle of the Exporter training in Billings on July 28 and Kalispell on July 30. The training is free and will help members learn about and prepare for export markets.

Living to 100: How Will We Afford Our Longer Lives?

Many U.S. states including California, Washington, Massachusetts and Connecticut offer seniors the ability to defer all of their property taxes.

More Productive from Home: Governments Learn to Love Remote Work

Despite some hurdles, government through remote work is performing better than expected.

GFDA’s Top 10 Here is our Top 18 for last week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle.

The Great Falls Livability relocation magazine is a new tool to help you recruit talent from out of town to relocate to the Great Falls trade area.

UM economist predicts 2 year recovery from coronavirus pandemic

“We should prepare for it. But rather what we’re trying to say is that we’re facing a very significant economic challenge. Montana is not going to be spared,”

MEDA Virtual Annual Meeting – 5/28- 10:30AM MST

The agenda is still being formed but we know it will contain Elections, Federal and State Updates, WITT Roundtable…and more.

Building a coast-to-coast Silicon Valley

What if Silicon Valley companies encouraged them to live and work from the myriad of affordable, livable cities desperate to attract and retain tech talent?

Today! – Montana Economic Impact & Recovery Forecasts Webinar – 5/15 – 10AM

Join us May 15 at 10AM for our next Essential Business Education Webinar with Dr. Pat Barkey from the Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER).

Governor Bullock outlines state’s financial standing amid COVID-19

“The state is not in a position to have to make unnecessary, across-the-board cuts to essential services – ones that Montanans are relying on more than ever during this pandemic,” the Office of the Governor says.