Posts tagged business opportunity
November 10th 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Bitterroot River Inn Please feel free to join us for any portion of the event or all of the celebration!
Thanks to our generous sponsors there is no cost to attend the event.
EVENT SPONSORS: JCCS (Junkermier, Clark, Campanella, Stevens), Farmers State Bank, B.E. Forest Products, Bitterroot Tool & Machine, First Security Bank, Thrivent Financial, First Interstate Bank, Trail West Bank, AV8-ORR
We are gathered to celebrate the partnerships and collaborations that give our businesses a leg up and to show appreciation for the good jobs provided by the businesses in our community.
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Classes for Small Business Owners, Managers, and Entrepreneurs! Get the basics of running and managing a successful business by attending Building Bitterroot Business classes offered by the Ravalli County Economic Development Authority (RCEDA) the Bitterroot College and the Bitterroot Job Service.
How Facebook Paid Ads Work: 4pm-6pm Tuesday, September 29 and October 6, 2016 (Two, 2-hour class meetings) – $30: Learn to set marketing goals, identify the target audience, and determine who benefits from paid ads. This workshop demonstrates that the Facebook user base is an opportunity for any business, that Facebook paid ads can help businesses meet specific marketing needs and that More >
Course covers web hosting, establishing a website domain name, and learning basic Word Press.
Prerequisite: Basic computer and internet skills; must be able to access email account on computer or mobile device.
Instructor: Annette O’Leary-Coggins, Internet Marketer and Owner of Web Consulting Depot and O’Leary’s Kitchen
Class date: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 (more…)
USDA Rural Development Montana and Ravalli County Economic Development Authority to Host Small Business Workshop
Making Energy Work for Your Business & Funding Business & Community Projects
For many businesses, energy costs are among their highest variable expenses. Session A of the workshop will introduce the Rural Energy for America Program and will spotlight how businesses from western Montana have realized a return on their investment as a result of energy efficiency improvements or a renewable energy system.
In addition, USDA Rural Development has programs to help small businesses and communities to secure financing to meet business goals. Session B of this workshop More >
The Ravalli County Economic Development Authority has a small business space for lease in the Ravalli Entrepreneurship Center. Please review the information on our building features.
Small kitchen or Lab Space
The RCEDA Board of Commissioners and staff invite you to attend a USDA ribbon cutting celebrating four recently funded Rural Development projects. Come meet with USDA program managers, enjoy some light snacks, meet project recipients and network!
Tuesday, July 24th, 11am at the Ravalli County Economic Development Authority 274 Old Old Corvallis Rd in Hamilton. For more information call 375-9416.
11am Arrival 11:15am Welcome and Short Presentations
• Julie Foster, welcome and introduction of the four projects • Arni Fishbaugh and Cindy Kitteredge, MT Artists in Business and MAP Micro Loan • Pat Hulla, Region 1 Director, MT Dept of Labor • More >
The Ravalli County Economic Development Authority will hold a Grand Opening of the new Montana Women’s Business Center Sub Center office on Thursday, January 26th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Refreshments and good networking will be provided. This program provides resources for RCEDA to continue and expand individual counseling to business women (but is available to all businesses). The program includes the monthly Women’s Network Entrepreneurial Training (WNET). Brown bag lunch WNET begins at the REC on February 23rd. Each lunch session includes an hour of professional development with a content expert followed by a 30 minute networking session. Please More >
A new Food Network series is looking for FOOD ENTREPRENEURS. Specifically, people who have left their previous career to start a new restaurant (or similar business). Must have little-to-no prior professional culinary experience. Must be planning to open a brick-and-mortar space where there will be walk-in customers (restaurant, bakery, sandwich shop, etc.). Must be aiming to open between now and autumn 2012.
Those chosen will receive culinary & business coaching from Bobby Flay (a chef, restaurateur, and fixture on the Food Network) as well as invaluable national publicity. Those interested that fit the guidelines please email the following: Outline your timeline, More >
Attached is the Request for Proposals to provide a coffee/concession type service (kitchen plan) at Rocky Mountain Laboratories. Complete proposals are due to RML by 4:30 p.m., Monday, October 31, 2011. Any proposals received after that will not be considered. Proposals may be hand delivered, emailed, mailed or delivered by courier. Confidentiality of unsealed proposals cannot be assured. Please send any questions you may have to me in writing at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. All questions and responses will be shared to all competitors in writing.
Several Bitterroot Valley employers have been hearing from employees that there are gaps in child care services available in the Valley.
Please take five minutes and click on the survey below and help us identify issues and give us your comments and ideas. This survey will be used to determine if there are gaps in services and what they are. With enough responses, this information will be used to formulate possible solutions and improvements.
Thanks so much for your time!!