Department of Commerce News
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
The Made in Montana Tradeshow for Food and Gifts will make its Helena debut later this month at the Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds.
The Montana Office of Tourism (MTOT) is helping travelers "Step out of bounds" this summer and "Go deeper" in the winter to experience their own Montana moments with the 2014-2015 Official Guidebook.
Warren Miller Entertainment (WME), the legendary ski and snowboard film production company, has returned to Montana to capture more footage as part of its sponsorship with the Montana Office of Tourism (MTOT) and the Montana Ski Area Association (MSAA).
Tourism organizations from eight Montana communities will be able to move forward with new e-marketing projects thanks to recent funding awards made by the Montana Office of Tourism at the Montana Department of Commerce.
The Montana Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network will be hosting their fifth annual Invest in Success small business conference April 16 and 17 at Montana Tech in Butte.
The Montana Department of Commerce HOME Investment Partnerships Program recently announced that it will award over $750,000 to the City of Wolf Point for the development of affordable housing.
Governor Steve Bullock today announced his plan to update and replace the current Welcome to Montana highway signs. Governor Bullock was joined by Meg O’Leary, Director of the Montana Department of Commerce and Mike Tooley, Director of the Montana Depart
The Montana Film Office announces that Montana-shot film “Nebraska” was nominated for six Academy Awards.
The Montana Office of Tourism’s Ski Montana website (http://skimt.com) aggregates the individual snow reports from Montana’s ski resorts so you can compare the latest new snow fall, summit depth, and number of lifts in operation.
Bullock Announces Grants to Improve Public Housing and Infrastructure for 20 Communities across MontanaThursday, January 09, 2014 11:01:54 AM
Governor Steve Bullock announced awards totaling more than $400,000 to 20 communities across Montana through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program at the Montana Department of Commerce.
The Montana Film Office at the Montana Department of Commerce placed third in the Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) 2013 Marketing Awards in both the Logo and Digital Video categories.
The Montana Department of Commerce today announced that the community of Ennis has been selected to assist the Montana Office of Tourism, the Montana Main Street program, and the MSU Extension’s Community Development Program in designing a tourism assessm
On Monday, December 9, 2013 the Montana Board of Housing allocated Housing Tax Credits to Great Falls, Glendive, Crow Agency, Sidney, Malta and Box Elder as successful applicants of the 2014 Tax Credit Allocation Process.
The U.S. Census Bureau for the first time released statistics compiled in certain categories at the county level from the American Community Survey (ACS) 5-year survey.
Today, the U.S. Census Bureau released Census Explorer, a new interactive mapping tool that paints a portrait of how areas of Montana have changed over the past two decades.
The Montana Department of Commerce awarded a total of $337,975 in economic development funds to four organizations to promote business growth across the state.
The Montana Board of Research and Commercialization Technology announced the release of the Fiscal Year 2015 Request for Proposals (RFP) for research and commercialization projects.
Governor Steve Bullock announced $738,044 to 36 public school districts throughout Montana through the Montana Department of Commerce’s Quality Schools Planning Grants Program.
The Montana Department of Commerce is awarding funds from the Montana Office of Tourism’s Special Events Grant Program (SEGP) to nine Montana communities for twelve events across the state to help support Montana’s second-largest industry as it continues
Governor Steve Bullock and the Montana Department of Commerce are encouraging all Montanan’s to “shop small” this upcoming Saturday, November 30th.
According to the latest Census Bureau estimate, Montana's median home value of owner-occupied households rose to $183,600 during post-recession period.
Governor Steve Bullock, Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary and Director of Indian Affairs Jason Smith today announced the award of $2 million in funds to Montana’s tribal governments for language preservation efforts.
The Montana Department of Commerce is pleased to announce that the Montana Main Street Program will begin accepting applications on Friday, November 15 for its next cycle of community project grant funding.
Montana Governor Steve Bullock joined Montana Department of Commerce Director Meg O’Leary to announce the award of $500,000 from Commerce’s Tourism Infrastructure Investment Program (TIIP) for eight tourism facility improvement projects.
The Montana Department of Commerce’s Business Resources Division is pleased to announce the implementation of an online grant management system for its economic development grant programs.
The Montana Office of Tourism (MTOT) has $200,000 available for tourism e-marketing projects through the Tourism E-Marketing Technology Grant program.
Montana Department of Commerce Grants Available for Tribal Language Preservation Tribal Economic Development and Native Small Business DevelopmentTuesday, October 08, 2013 7:52:02 AM
The Montana Department of Commerce Business Resources Division is accepting applications for two grant programs under the Indian Country Economic Development (ICED) Program.
The Montana Department of Commerce’s Montana Film Office is pleased to announce its attendance and sponsorship of HATCH Experience this week in Bozeman.