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Great Falls tourism agency soliciting proposals for a new multi-day event

The goal is bring more overnight visitors to Great Falls.

Great Falls Economic Development Wins Two National Awards

We are excited to earn these awards! Results Matter. Thank you to the outstanding GFDA staff team, volunteer leaders, investors, partners, and, most importantly, our incredible clients!!!

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Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA) – RFP for Montana’s Next Generation of Community and Economic Development Tools

An analysis to redefine the Essential Economic and Community Development Tools and Strategies to Drive Montana’s Economic Future

Missoula ordinance encourages reuse of historic buildings

The new ordinance aims to support Missoula’s historic preservation, promote environmental sustainability and affordable housing, while boosting economic and community development.

States Can Foster Job Growth if Lifelong Learning is at Play

I was with Montana Gov. Steve Bullock when he released the newest National Governors Association report, “Governor’s Action Guide to Achieving Good Jobs for All Americans,” at the opening session of NGA’s summer meeting.

Missoula County leads state in new job creation

Missoula County’s non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate also fell to 2.5% compared to the statewide rate of 2.7%.

How to do Business With the State of Montana – 8/29 – Kalispell

What do frozen waffles, flight training, pronghorn collars, embroidery, and fireworks have in common?

The Innovations of the Creative Class Affect a Rural Area’s Fortunes

A new study measures innovation and shows that when found in rural areas, it is tied to significant presence of the creative class.

How Opportunity Zones and Co-Working Spaces Joined Forces

Lured by the lower cost of shared office space, start-ups also gain access to a network of eager investors looking for companies to back

Forums seek public input on housing problems in Bozeman while raising water rates to promote conservation

Officials say starting professional wages aren’t enough for housing, and employers can’t find enough laborers who can stay in Bozeman.

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