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Prospera Business Network is the lead non-profit organization advancing and supporting community-centered economic development in southwest Montana. Our focus is helping people start and grow their business – in turn strengthening our region’s economy and communities.

State-Local Infrastructure Partnership Act Town Hall Set for December 5 Online in Montana

This town hall, hosted by the Montana Department of Commerce (Commerce) and Montana League of Cities and Towns, is an opportunity for representatives from cities and towns to learn about Commerce’s administration of the grant opportunity authorized by the 2023 passage of House Bill 355, the State-Local Infrastructure Partnership Act of 2023 (SLIPA). 

Prospera Pulse

Prospera has teamed up with Audi of Bozeman for a Holiday Mixer. Join us December 3, 1 – 4:30pm at Audi of Bozeman for a great networking opportunity. Complimentary gift bags, charcuterie, and beverages will be provided.

Prospera Pulse – Small Business Saturday November 25, 2023 and more…

You do not need to be a member of Prospera or Downtown Bozeman to participate. Any businesses based in Gallatin and Park Counties are welcome to be listed. Online businesses are also welcome to participate.

Protected: Key Takeaways from the Final Day of the 2023 MEDA Fall Conference!

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Prospera Joins Montana Headwaters Consortium with Regional Tech Hub Designation

Prospera has been instrumental in building up the photonics business cluster since 2013 and is proud to be a founding member of the Montana Headwaters Consortium.

Prospera Pulse – Montana Businesses Can Receive Grant Funding for Cybersecurity

Prosperity Party Silent Auction Now Open!

Do not need to be present to win.

Join Us for our DISCO Prosperity Party! Sept. 28th | 6-9 pm | The Commons

Prepare to be transported back to the groovy era of disco as we fashion our bell bottoms, platform shoes, funny prints, and glittering outfits for an unforgettable night supporting Prospera and our work for the small business community!

EDA receives 378 applications for Tech Hubs competition

In total, 48 states and three territories submitted 378 Tech Hubs Phase 1 applications.

Prospera Business Network – Local Woman-Owned Business Making a Difference

On August 17, glassybaby donated $85,100 to the Maui Food Bank AND $85,100 to the Maui Humane Society. glassybaby, owned by Lee Rhodes, felt compelled, like many others, to assist the Maui community in the aftermath of the devastating fires.

Prospera – Upcoming Trainings and Events for Women

Woman-Owned Business Tour
Sound Diagnostics

New Date! July 13th | 12-1pm