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You’re Invited: Dorsey’s L&E Webinar: Pivoting Post-Covid (6/15) – 11:00AM

Pivoting Post-Covid: Practical And Legal Considerations To Building Better Companies And Their Leaders

MEDA June News and Updates

Here we go, launching into the month of June and Phase 2 of Montana’s COVID-19 recovery.

Ravalli County asks governor to consider economic plan for revitalization following pandemic

The resulting 20-page COVID-19 Emerge Strong Plan analyzed the needs of economic drivers impacted by the pandemic and created a near $22 million budget to stabilize and rebuild those businesses.

Make Investing in Resilient, Localized Food System Part of Next Stimulus

If we don’t reform our food system in the next round of stimulus, we might not be ready the next time we face a challenges.

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 5-31-20

Here is our Top 22 for this week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle.

Meeting our Economic Needs Together- Webinar on Housing Cooperatives – 6/11 – 2:00PM to 3:30PM

Presenters will be Katie Biggs, Marketing & Resource Development Manager for NeighborWorks Montana, and Julie Foster, Executive Director for Ravalli County Economic Development Authority.

Montana Launches Tourist Education, Business Safety Programs As Reopening Proceeds

Through the Montana Business Adaptation Program, a single business can receive up to $5,000 in reimbursement for expenses related to keeping staff and customers safe from COVID-19, according to Gov. Steve Bullock.

June Business Training – Great Falls Development Authority

Here are our upcoming educational events for business owners, managers, and professionals for June 2020:

Friday Flash 5/29/2020 – Your Update from the Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development

Reminders/Updates for our Tourism Partners

MEDA Remote Worker Group Call @ Thu Jun 4, 2020 11:15am – 12:15pm (MDT)

The MEDA working group is collaborating to develop marketing and information to encourage these workers to consider Montana and build a support network for teleworkers.