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Workforce Recovery Grants Awarded to 20 Montana Businesses

Funding Available for Montana Businesses Ready to Rehire Workers

The Montana Department of Commerce announced Wednesday that 20 Montana businesses have been awarded Workforce Recovery grants to rehire employees laid off due to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The businesses will share $895,000 to support rehiring 152 full-time employees.

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Kalispell High-Performance Electric Motor Manufacturer Burgi Engineers Receives Montana Exporter of the Year Award

The Montana District Export Council, in partnership with the Montana Department of Commerce, has awarded Kalispell-based high-performance electric motor manufacturer Burgi Engineers LLC the 2019 Montana Exporter of the Year.

Friday, December 4, 2020
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Made in Montana Member Tumblewood Teas Brings Manufacturing Back Home to Montana, One Tea Tumbler at a Time

It all began over a cup of tea. In fact, it was many, many cups of tea before Riza Gilpin, founder and co-owner of Tumblewood Teas in Big Timber, Montana, decided to make her favorite comfort ritual her life’s work.   

Friday, November 27, 2020

Montana Department of Commerce Announces Successful $52 Million Bond Sale to Help Finance New Shodair Children’s Hospital Facility

The Montana Department of Commerce announced Thursday it has successfully completed a bond sale worth more than $52 million to help finance the construction of a new facility for Shodair Children’s Hospital.

Thursday, November 19, 2020

Workforce Recovery Grants Available for Montana Businesses Ready to Rehire

11 Montana businesses have already been awarded funds

Downtown Kalispell

Eleven small Montana businesses have been awarded Workforce Recovery grants to bring employees back to work who were laid off due to impacts of the pandemic. The Montana Department of Commerce announced Thursday the businesses will share $195,000 to support the rehiring of 31 full-time employees. 

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Governor Bullock Announces 13,000 Small Businesses Now Supported Through Targeted Relief Programs

Business Stabilization, Adaptation programs award $200 million in small business grants

Mrs. Wright's Pasty's in Great Falls is among the 13,000 businesses that have been awarded relief grants.

Nearly 13,000 small Montana businesses in every corner of the state have now received support through Governor Steve Bullock’s Business Stabilization and Business Adaptation grant programs, he announced Thursday. These two targeted relief programs are among more than 30 that were created in response to the pandemic.

Thursday, October 29, 2020

Governor Bullock Announces More than $1 Million in Business Development Funding to Create up to 136 Montana Jobs, Train New Workers

Governor Steve Bullock today announced $1,050,260 in business development funding through the Montana Department of Commerce to support the creation of up to 136 jobs and train new workers at eight growing businesses in Montana.

Friday, October 23, 2020
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Montana Department of Commerce Tourism Grant Program Now Open

Apply from Oct. 15-Nov. 30

Downtown Red Lodge

Montana Commerce Department Director Tara Rice today announced the Department will begin accepting applications for the Tourism Grant Program from Thursday, October 15 through November 30 for the 2021 grant cycle.

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Last Chance to Respond to the 2020 Census and Make it Count for Montana

Fill out the Census before Thursday, Oct. 15

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The Montana Department of Commerce and the State Complete Count Committee are urging every Montanan to respond to the 2020 Census before the end of the day on Thursday, October 15.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Governor Bullock, Lt. Governor Cooney Blast Court Decision Allowing Census Bureau to Cut Short 2020 Census Count

Governor Steve Bullock and Lt. Governor Mike Cooney released the following statements after the U.S. Supreme Court issued a decision allowing the U.S. Census Bureau to suspend its 2020 Census counting operations before October 31 until further court action, creating additional uncertainty. Responding to the unprecedented impacts of COVID-19, the U.S. Census Bureau set October 31 as the deadline for the 2020 Census. The Bureau later reversed course and cut short the deadline, spurring two months of court battles to extend the count.

Tuesday, October 13, 2020
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