Department of Commerce News
Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary announced a grant of $500,000 to the City of Havre to rehabilitate and expand the city’s wastewater system.
Governor Bullock Announces Economic Development Grants to Create Jobs and Promote Business Growth in MontanaMonday, February 09, 2015 4:17:00 PM
Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary announced the award of $472,500 in Big Sky Economic Development Trust Fund (BSTF) grants, used for job creation and planning projects.
The Montana Department of Commerce announced the recent award of $51,000 in planning grant funds to five Montana communities through the Montana Main Street Program.
Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary announced recipients of Indian Country Economic Development (ICED) grant funds. The recipient tribes include the Confederated Salish & Kootenai, Little Shell, Blackfeet, and Fo
Governor Bullock Announces Economic Development Grants for Seven Innovative Business Projects in MontanaTuesday, December 09, 2014 1:34:05 PM
Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary announced the award of $128,026 for seven economic development and business planning projects in Bozeman, Libby, Missoula and Butte.
Governor Steve Bullock and the Montana Department of Commerce Encourage Montanans to Shop Local on Small Business SaturdayMonday, December 01, 2014 11:15:02 AM
Governor Steve Bullock and the Montana Department of Commerce are encouraging all Montanans to take part in Small Business Saturday® this upcoming Saturday, November 29th
Montanans could win one of 10 “Welcome to Montana” highway signs used across the state from the late 1980s until earlier this year.
The Montana Department of Commerce’s Montana Film Office partner, the Missoula-based Audience Awards, has announced its latest short film competition for Montana high school seniors, “The Senior Shorts.”
The Montana Office of Tourism (MTOT) has launched a new marketing campaign to attract visitors this winter and beyond. It seeks to inspire travel to Montana and follows up with a simple but powerful call to action: “It’s Time.”
Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary announced the award of $500,000 for twelve tourism facility improvement projects in Billings, Butte, Eureka, Fort Belknap, Missoula, West Glacier, and West Yellowstone. The fun
The Montana Department of Commerce today announced the recent award of $1,050,200 in grant awards to eleven research projects in Belgrade, Billings, Bozeman and Missoula. The funding is being made available through the Montana Board of Research and Commer
As Oct. 14 and 15 draw near, the Montana Department of Commerce’s Forum on Film + New Media continues to draw industry players to Butte. In addition to the keynote address by a producer of the Academy Award-winning “The Help,” Brunson Green, the Montana F
Nearly nine minutes of footage shot at Montana ski areas will be included in “No Turning Back,” the latest feature by ski film production company Warren Miller Entertainment (WME) set to debut in Montana with three screenings as part of a national tour.
Today, Governor Steve Bullock and Montana Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary announced the recent award of $600,000 to the City of Missoula. The grant will be used to assist low- and very low-income households to provide down payment and closing
Governor Steve Bullock will lead a delegation of Montana business owners on a trade mission to China from September 19 through September 28th.
The Montana Department of Commerce (MDOC) funds the Tourism Digital Marketing Grant to support a variety of e-marketing projects such as mobile app and website development. Up to $200,000 is available this grant cycle.
The 7th Annual Montana Downtown Conference, organized by the Montana Downtown Coalition in partnership with the Montana Department of Commerce Community Development Division and the Helena Business Improvement District, will bring together community partn
The small community of Roy in Fergus County doesn’t have a traffic light, but it does have some of Montana’s best steak — and now travelers will know about it, thanks to a Montana Office of Tourism (MTOT) partnership with National Geographic Travel.
The Montana Office of Tourism (MTOT) partnered with Backpacker magazine to produce a custom Montana ambassador program that was fully integrated with all MTOT’s marketing programs as a part of the media buy for fiscal year 2014.
The Montana Department of Commerce announced that the Montana Main Street Program has accepted Thompson Falls, Hamilton, and Cut Bank as new affiliate members of the statewide program.
The Montana Housing Partnership will hold their 2014 Annual Conference next week on May 20, 21, and 22 at the Sleep Inn and Suites in Miles City.
Economic Impact Study Conducted by Bureau of Business & Economic Research Shows Montana Board of Research and Commercialization Technology has “Outsized Impact” on Montana’s Economy
The Made in Montana Tradeshow for Food and Gifts will make its Helena debut tomorrow at the Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds with more exhibitors and more unique and authentic products than ever before.
The Montana Department of Commerce announced the award of $40,200 in planning grant funds to four Montana communities through the Montana Main Street Program. The recipients of the planning grants include the City of Lewistown, the City of Great Falls, t
The Montana Office of Tourism (MTOT) is bringing its tourism and brand workshop, Coming Together to Expand Montana’s Tourism Story, to the Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort in Paradise on Thursday, March 27. This free workshop is an outreach effort to assist bu