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Montana: Energy to Spare in the Pipeline – You Should Be Here Building Your Business and Living Your Dream

Montana is an energy state, ranked second only to South Dakota as an energy producer and exporter.

Montana’s Housing Board Celebrates 25 Years of Low Income Housing Tax Credits

From Libby to Lame Deer and from Scobey to Superior – nearly 200 communities have received the economic benefits associated with increased affordable housing through the Board.

Montana Recycling and Waste Reduction

Recycling Center Processing Hub & Spoke Recycling Grant – Who may Apply – Applications are due on March 31, 2011

Montana Film Office a growing presence at Sundance Film Festival

The Film Office has taken part in the festival in a number of ways over the last few years. They are a major sponsor in one of the event’s biggest filmmaker lounges.

Montana Small Business Development Center "Invest In Success" Conference, 4/5-6, Billings, Montana

The conference will highlight three keynote speakers, local presenters, and a variety of business resources. This event will help you refocus your business, goals and ultimately your bottom line.

Montana Technology Innovation Partnership Newsletter – January 2011

Montana ranks first in the nation for entrepreneurs and is a top spot for economic growth according to a report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 (NSP3) Montana Department of Commerce

These funds will be awarded by the Montana Department of Commerce to eligible entities to stabilize neighborhoods whose viability has been, and continues to be, damaged by the economic effects on properties that have been foreclosed upon and abandoned.

Nominations Requested for Montana’s Tourism Awards — Deadline is February 28, 2011 —

"Montana is fortunate to have a tremendous product to entice travelers, but it’s the innovative and committed people within the industry that ensure tourism is a strong and significant contributor to Montana’s economic vitality," said Governor Brian Schweitzer.

Big Sky gets $6,000 from the Montana Department of Commerce for music festival

The festival is one of four tourism-oriented events around the state selected to recieve a total of $80,000 in grants.

Coming in January 2011 – Montana Governor Schweitzer’s Energy Interns

Starting in January 2011, students who complete a 200 hour internship with your business or organization can receive $2,000 credit toward a Montana higher education institution in which they are enrolled.