Chamber Of Commerce
The Billings Chamber of Commerce has caught a pretty big fish for its annual breakfast next spring.
Tourism is an industry in Billings that, despite its economic impact, is often not considered one of our community’s heavy hitters. Energy — yes. Health care — yes. Agriculture — yes. But with more than $250 million a year flooding into Billings from visitors, the industry is one to take ser…
HELENA — A disproportionate share of Montana women and American Indians and other people of color are earning less than a living wage, according to a report released this week.
GLENDIVE — The former executive director of the Glendive Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture has pleaded guilty to stealing $33,000 from the organization.
When 25 Billings leaders set off for Sioux Falls, S.D., last month, pennies were not on their minds.
With a population seven times larger than Montana in an area one-sixth the size of Yellowstone County, Hong Kong seems to have little in common with Big Sky Country.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Tomorrow’s Sioux Falls business and organizational leaders said they’ve been greatly aided by the networking and friendships made through the chamber’s Young Professionals Network.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The locker rooms inside Sioux Falls’ signature current construction project, the 12,000-seat, $115-million Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, won’t smell anything like a locker room.
Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series on the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — With the goal of opening hearts and minds to new ideas, 25 Billings business, hospitality and civic leaders are in Sioux Falls Monday through Wednesday on a Chamber of Commerce journey being billed as an “aspirational” city visit.
An issue plaguing agriculture, energy development and environmentalists today is the preservation of the sage-grouse, a bird with breeding habitat in plains and grasslands through the upper northwest states of Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, California, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, North and…
MetraPark will be bidding on two tournaments for 2016 with financial support from local business to cover lost capital improvement fees.
Two Billings friends came up with the idea to start their own business when they were cleaning Trinity Lutheran Church on Grand Avenue for a national cleaning service.
As Benjamin Franklin once said, “When you are done changing, you’re done.” Change should be embraced, and as a community we can lead the change we want to see.
Rocky Mountain College is in the running to be the host institution for the NAIA Women's Division I Basketball National Championships beginning in March 2015, according to Rocky athletic director Robert Beers.
A declining birth rate will dampen future population growth to the point that net migration — people moving from place to place — will help determine which communities prosper and which ones stagnate, an economist says.
Just because you’re in tall cotton doesn’t mean you can’t do better.
It started three years ago in an email sent by a disgruntled visitor from California.
What is the future of your business?
Good things are happening at your Billings Chamber of Commerce/Convention and Visitors Bureau, in turn making great things happen for the business community. More and more businesses choose to become part of the Chamber/CVB (70 new member businesses so far this year, for a total of 1,189 mem…