TAG: Brigitta Miranda-Freer

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Freer column: Putting Missoula on the map for relocating businesses

Lots of open space. Not many people. Good fly-fishing. And … not much more. Those were the answers I received […]

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Miranda-Freer column: Improved air service helps local economy take off

From the day when Missoula Economic Partnership formally launched in 2011, one of our key strategic initiatives has been to […]

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Miranda-Freer Column: Funding programs can speed your company’s growth

Few business executives have the time or inclination to familiarize themselves with the economic development programs offered by local, state […]

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Partnership reports to City Council on opportunities and progress

On Wednesday, July 10, Missoula Economic Partnership CEO James Grunke and Director of Business Development Brigitta Miranda-Freer went before the […]

Miranda-Freer column: An Inside Look at how ALCOM Chose Missoula

By now many of you have heard the news: ALCOM LLC, a fast-growing manufacturing company based in Maine, has chosen […]

Missoula College brings workforce training into the right-now age

A few years ago, Brent Campbell faced a vexing challenge. Business was booming at WGM Group, the Missoula design and […]

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Blue Marble Rolls Ahead

Company maps a path through Partnership’s programs As its name implies, Blue Marble Biomaterials is all about embracing the concerns […]

Missoula’s Innovation Initiative: shortening the entrepreneurial curve

The distance between drawing board and groundbreaking product or service has never been short, nor has the line been straight. […]

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Business Attraction: A Case Study

The greater Missoula community will thrive and grow as its economy thrives and grows. That economic support base depends upon […]

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Missoula Economic Partnership Business Retention and Expansion Program

Business attraction often receives the publicity in economic development. Yet studies show that up to 80 percent of new jobs […]

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