If you want a chance to get 1-1 advising from the founder and former CEO of Dollar Shave Club, Michael Dubin, or win a new pair of Peak skis and exclusive advising from Peak Skis co-founders Andy Wirth and Bode Miller, you’re going to have to buy tickets, because those items are ONLY AVAILABLE for bid in the live auction THIS Friday night.
International Commercial Terms, better known as Incoterms®️, are the three most important letters in any international sales contract.
Today’s MATR Newsletter is sponsored by:
Come Home Montana
Montana Department of Commerce
MEDA -Montana Economic Developers Association
Next Generation Broadband in Montana
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte
- Montana Governor Greg Gianforte talks wildfire management at last stop on 56 county tour
“When a forest is managed, we have less severe wildfires, more recreational opportunities, more habitat for wildlife, and more jobs in our communities,” Gianforte said in a press release. “The work done here in Helena is a real testament to that, and my hat’s off to our local partners for proactively managing this area to reduce vulnerability to wildfire.”
Montana Economic Development
The Creative and Cultural Economy
- Ranch Days teaches horse enthusiasts of all levels the Montana lifestyle
“You always want to be calm, assertive and happy when you’re working with an animal. And this place brings it all together. There’s no judgment in this place at all. Nobody judges anybody. I don’t care who you are, or what you’re doing. We just try to help, that’s all,” said Joshua Foster of White Hawk Healing.
Come Home Idaho
21st Century Education Initiative – “You Should Care…”
- Rethinking Road Expansions
While many transportation agencies continue to expand highways, some major cities are shifting away from building more roads, bucking decades of car-centric planning. As Jared Brey reports in Governing, a few isolated cases are raising hopes that highway expansion will no longer be the status quo.
- Thickened battery electrodes hint at fast-charging EVs with doubled range
Scientists experimenting with key components in lithium batteries have come up with a promising new design that could one day see electric vehicles charge much faster, and offer twice the range at the same time.
Energy and Climate Change
MATR Newsletter Supporters: