Over 99% of all companies in Montana are considered a small business. The deadline to submit your entry is July 7th and 10 finalists from our region will get recognized in D.C. and a free yearlong membership to the Chamber. One small business owner will win $25K this fall.
Today's article was inspired by a meme that I saw on Facebook over the weekend. It said, "Your call is very important to us. Now please enjoy this forty-minute flute solo." Which is both funny and accurate.
Why is our country in such a mess? Why is college the worst thing you can do after finishing high school? We got great insight from Morrie Schechtman, a high level business consultant who lives in the Flathead Valley.
Once a major grocery store or supplier opens up shop in Billings, it doesn't seem like long before they open up elsewhere across Montana. According to The Big Sky Business Journal's Evelyn Pyburn, another food service distributor is coming to Billings.
What if we had a new meatpacking plant in Montana that could process Montana cattle right here in Big Sky Country? What if we took the animal waste from that plant and then used it to make biodiesel at another plant right here in Montana?
The price of lumber nosedived across the country once the pandemic officially kicked off. As Fox Business reports, lumber prices hit a low back in April of 2020, but have now rebounded by 395%. Montana actually did better than expected in 2020. Here's the numbers.