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Best Small Montana Cities to Start a New Business

Posted on April 20th, 2016

Are Bozeman and other small Montana cities good launchpads for starting a new business?

Using 15 key metrics, WalletHub has ranked Holland, Michigan as its 2016 Best Small City to start a new business. The list includes U.S. cities with populations ranging from 25,000 to 100,000 residents.

“City size matters when choosing a launching pad for a startup. And as many veteran entrepreneurs — and failed startups — understand well, bigger is not always better. Depending on an entrepreneur’s type of business and personal preferences, a city with a smaller population can be a better option.”

On the list are 4 Montana cities; Bozeman, Great Falls, Helena and Missoula. Just missing the population cutoff is Kalispell with around 20,000 residents.


Gemma Greer Fundraiser | Please Join Us For A Luau

Posted on April 19th, 2016

Help Us Support Gemma Greer and Family!

SATURDAY | MAY 21 | 11-4 P.M.

Gemma Greer Fundraiser

Knights of Columbus Hall

2201 Chestnut St, Helena, MT 59601

$5 per person/$20 per family

On December 28th, 2015, three year old Gemma was diagnosed with Nephroblastoma, a rare childhood cancer. Gemma and her parents were immediately sent to Salt Lake City. On January 4th, 2016, Gemma underwent surety to remove the tumor and her left kidney. Shortly after the surgery, Gemma began radiation therapy and a 7 month chemotherapy regimen. In order to facilitate her treatments, her month Ruby has taken a leave of absence from her job.

For tickets call: 406-459-1101 | Facebook Event Page


Inside the Mind of a Master Procrastinator [Video]

Posted on April 15th, 2016

Are you a procrastinator? I know that I put off projects from time-to-time. Deadlines are a great way to step up your game and ensure that your tendencies to avoid doing work doesn’t create a negative effect on your personal or professional life.

provoke the panic monster | procrastinator


Sponsorship to Promote Your Business

Posted on April 14th, 2016


Getting your name in front of prospective clients can be hard for any business but is especially difficult for new or small enterprises. Using sponsorship as a part of your marketing plan will not only give you great bang-for-your-buck adverting but will also establish you as a business that cares about the community you are a part of.  Here are a few great tips on how to find the right sponsorship opportunities and maximizing their potential.

Sponsor the Right Events

Once you have established your business as a potential sponsor be prepared for the flood of requests.  Asking a few questions of the potential events can provide an easy way to help determine if the event is right for your company.