This year has turned the economy on its head, but our portfolio companies are still hiring for over 100 different roles. If you or someone you know would be a great candidate for any of these opportunities, please reach out to us at [email protected]. We want to hear from you!
Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development
“Proptech” is an acronym for “property technology,” it is increasingly being used in the planning, construction, marketing, and sale and rent of homes and commercial property, as well as for the management and maintenance of buildings.
For years, economic developers have touted the possibilities for people to live in Montana and work for companies that aren’t here. The COVID-19 shutdown has, in some ways, offered proof of that concept.
We’re excited to update you on our portfolio, and, since everyone wants to move to the Intermountain West these days, we’ll also include some tidbits about the region (so you can be fully informed when you decide to make Bozeman or Boulder your new coronavirus getaway).
“We are in the area of basically treating and preventing antibiotic resistant infections, but it turns out that’s also really highly relevant to COVID-19,” said Baker, who also acts as the company’s president and chief scientific officer.
For small businesses looking to start out, gaining traction is one of the most important things to get the word out about how their product or service solves a problem. The Ultimate Traction Guide uses podcasts, blogs, and video show how.
Our world, and the economy, may have changed dramatically in the past three months — and could still change more in the months to come. But Strohmaier believes restoration of passenger rail service through Missoula is the key to the future.
Beginning with a public hearing on July 9, city leadership intends to discuss with constituents if they feel better served by diverting those funds to social services or returning them back to the police department.