Feb 20, 2018|Press Release

Applications for Manufacturer and Exporter of the Year open

HELENA– The Montana Manufacturing Association, a subsidiary of the Montana Chamber of Commerce, and the Montana District Export Council (DEC) are looking for the 2017 Montana Manufacturer of the Year and the 2017 Montana Exporter of the Year. Applications can be found on the Montana Chamber of Commerce’s website at www.MontanaChamber.com/events/manufacturing-and-international-trade-day/ . The winners will be recognized May 22 at Manufacturing and …

Feb 1, 2018|News Alert, Press Release

Montana Chamber Foundation launches Make Montana Home recruiting website

HELENA— As part of an effort to recruit native Montanans back home and to reach a young demographic, the Montana Chamber Foundation has launched Make Montana Home , a website to recruit talent to the Treasure State. You can visit the website at www.MakeMontanaHome.Org. The Chamber Foundation worked with Tadpull, a Bozeman based digital research and marketing firm, to understand how relocation decisions …

Jan 15, 2018|Press Release

Business community and state leaders gather for 18th annual Business Days at the Capitol

HELENA– The Montana business community and state leaders gathered in Helena Jan. 10-11 for the 2018 Business Days at the Capitol hosted by the Montana Chamber of Commerce. The event kicked off Jan. 10 with the Montana State of Business address given by the Montana Chamber President/CEO, Webb Brown. One of the topics Brown touched on was workplace safety and …

Jan 8, 2018|Press Release

Network and learn at Business Days at the Capitol

HELENA– Join the Montana Chamber of Commerce and other leaders from across the state Jan. 10-11 during the 18th annual Business Days at the Capitol. Events will be held at the Helena Civic Center and the Best Western Premier Helena Great Northern Hotel. This annual event held on the eve of the candidate filing brings together businesses, lawmakers and other …

Dec 19, 2017|Blog, News Alert, Press Release

Montana poll highlights voter priorities ahead of 2018 elections

HELENA– According to the 2017 Business-Base (B-Base) poll commissioned by the Montana Chamber of Commerce, Montana voter priorities for the next legislative session include controlling government spending, improving access to healthcare and increasing education funding. Twenty-two percent of Montana residents polled said their top priority is controlling government spending, while 20 percent cited improving access to healthcare and 16 percent …