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The Montana Investment Portal on the Opportunity Exchange

The Montana Investment Portal connects business, land and commercial real-estate projects throughout Montana to a network of over 1,800 potential investors. Contact the Montana Department of Commerce at 406.841.2032 if you have a project to include.

ARPA Economic Transformation, Stabilization and Workforce Development Advisory Commission Meeting – 10/27 – 9AM – Online

During the October 27 meeting, the Commission will review proposals presented by the Department of Labor and Industry, the Department of Commerce, and the Department of Agriculture. The Economic Transformation, Stabilization and Workforce Development Advisory Commission is responsible for reviewing proposals for funding using American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds.

WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho) is more than just a well-run decentralized medical school

It is precisely this beautiful duality — the pressures of the work and the opportunity to improve the lives of my fellow Montanans — that makes Montana WWAMI (the joint medical school program run through the University of Washington that supports Wyoming, Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho) so dear to me.

Rural Communities Across the U.S. Are Attracting Remote Workers Through Different Incentive Programs – Learn More About Montana’s Great Rural Communities

As the pandemic continues to affect how Americans live and work, some are looking outside urban centers for opportunities.

Business Events You Should Know About in Great Falls, Montana

Whether you’re just getting started, looking for new customers, wanting to grow sales through e-commerce, or focusing on workforce.
We’re here to help.

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 10-17-21

Check out all the great places in Great Falls to enjoy a great fall day! here’s Elevation 3330 with the award winning hanging pedlet!

Billings mayor emphasizes city’s diversity as Montana opens doors to more immigrants

“Twenty percent of our Billings residents are non-White,” Cole said, “which is far higher than any other major Montana cities. That group is the future of Billings. There’s racial diversity as well as religious diversity.

Which comes first, the doctor or the medical school? Montana attempts more homegrown doctors

Many say the state’s doctors cannot handle a 1000% increase in medical students, though

They turned a one-car garage into a stunning ADU to house their parents. You can too

It became a priority to have somewhere for our family to come and stay with us for comfortable amounts of time without being in a hotel. The ADU seemed like the perfect solution.”

Missoula Economic Partnership looks to build “inclusive and resilient” economy

A year ago, most business and economic leaders in Missoula hoped the economy would find its way back to pre-pandemic norms by now. But as the pandemic grinds on, there’s a new realization that things may never be the same, and it’s time to plan for an altered economic future.