In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.
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- Montana Career Opportunity – Software Engineer – Triangle Communications
- Helena lands #27 spot on “Top 100 Best Places to Live” survey
According to Livability, the local obsession is hot water. Helena has over 60 natural hot springs and approximately 15 commercial locations.
- Kansas and Vermont pay college grads to move to small towns. Montana could follow suit.
Rep. Joel Krautter, R-Sidney, has introduced House Bill 405, which would offer recent college graduates between $5,000 and $15,000 apiece if they commit to living and working in a qualifying county for five years. The bill would also offer grantees a property tax credit of up to $2,000 a year for five years.
- Great Divide Ski Area sale falls through, owners exploring new possibilities
The Taylors purchased Great Divide from the Belmont Ski Club in 1985. Under their ownership, the area has grown from a T-bar to five lifts servicing 1,600 acres.
MEDA -Montana Economic Developers Association
Next Generation Broadband in Montana
Montana Businesses For Sale
Gov. Steve Bullock
Montana Economic Development
- Trade war worries outdoor gear makers in Montana
“The current negotiations create a significant amount of uncertainty for us,” said Matthew Christensen, Simms Fishing Products senior director of sourcing, planning and development.
- Greenhouse Growing On Montana’s Hi-Line: Miles’ Hydroponic Lettuce Operation
Customers can now buy Cody Miles’ hydroponic-grown, soil-less green leaf lettuce at Havre’s Gary and Leo’s Fresh Foods grocery.
- Berries to eat and milkweed to heat: Students pitch innovative ideas at Montana University John Ruffatto Business Plan Competition
Teams also complete for $50,000 in awards while also having the opportunity to network with venture capitalists, investment bankers, economic developers, corporate executives, early-stage investors and successful entrepreneurs. Past winners have gone on to start successful businesses in Missoula.
- Next Frontier Capital 2019 Q1 Update
Next Frontier is executing on our mission to partner with entrepreneurs to build Montana technology companies of impact, utility, and value, while adding Colorado and its vibrant ecosystem to our mandate.
Developing a more Entrepreneurial Montana
Great Falls Development Authority
Idaho News & Events
Funding and Building your Business
Regional Economic Development
Regional Business News
21st Century Education Initiative – “You Should Care…”
- Can Humans Reconnect in an Age of Isolation?
Modern technology certainly has made life easier, he says, but it’s also made it easy for people to isolate themselves from opposing views, critical thought and even each other.
North Dakota Business and Economic Development
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