The Economy of Montana and the Golden Triangle in the era of COVID-19

Great Falls Rising invites you to our virtual May 28th gathering at 6 p.m. We are highlighting the economy of Montana and our regional Golden Triangle as we all find our way through these pandemic-induced trying times. We have an interesting and informative program to offer and we hope you will join us.

Patrick Barkey will kick off the discussion looking at the big picture of Montana’s economy. Pat has served as Director of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research in Helena since 2008. He has been involved with economic forecasting and policy research for more than 30 years, in both the private and public sectors.

Brett Doney will follow with a more regional look at our immediate area of the state. Since 2006, Brett has been President and CEO of the Great Falls Development Authority (GFDA), a public/private economic development organization and certified Community Development Financial Institution serving Great Falls and Montana’s Golden Triangle. GFDA has a three part mission: Grow and diversify the Great Falls regional economy; create higher wage career opportunities; and, improve market competitiveness.

Below are the particulars of the zoom connection. It’s a different format and we certainly will miss seeing all of your faces in the room. However, we look forward to seeing you on the screen and don’t hesitate to invite family and friends to this wonderful event.
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You can also watch the zoom live streamed on the Great Falls Rising Facebook group page.  Questions can only be processed through the Zoom meeting.

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