North Dakota Business and Economic Development
Legislators consider scholarship program to target critical skill areas
CTO Duane Schell and Chief Reinvention Officer Julie Cabinaw talk about their plans to address North Dakota’s massive IT unification plans.
SBA Increases Opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs with New Women’s Business Center Opening in Fargo, North Dakota
"This year marks 30 years of the Women’s Business Center program, and the funding of this new center will expand access to resources to help women-owned businesses succeed," SBA North Dakota District Director Alan Haut said.
State CIO Shawn Riley believes plans to unify the state’s disparate IT systems will go ahead, but first he has to convince the legislature the initiative will work.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation will seek to gather data relevant to four areas: external systems, aircraft system technologies, training needs and processes and procedures.
Gov. Doug Burgum himself is coming out to Williston next week for the city’s Economic Development Week, which will include a big reveal on the Sloulin Field redevelopment master plan, now three years in the making.
The Utah facility has excess heat and carbon dioxide from flue gas that’s pumped into a tomato greenhouse from the neighboring natural gas-fired power plant run by Rocky Mountain Power. It grows 457,000 bushels of tomatoes year-round and employs 120 people.
The information expo is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, April 12 at the Mountrail County South Complex in Stanley, North Dakota this time, and will feature a number of speakers, including an attorney with expertise in land issues related to wind turbines.
If you’re new to here, this is a bit of a rundown of what you should expect in ND
This is the first of a series of articles on the demand for single-family homes in Williston. Part two will consider the problem from developers’ point of view and part three will look at the city’s potential role easing the problem.