The annual mid-year economic projections for Montana sponsored by the Montana Chamber of Commerce will be held in Billings on Tuesday, July 28 at the Northern Hotel, 7 am.

Across the globe, businesses are faced with uncertainty, creating critical challenges. More than 100,000 American small businesses have already closed their doors permanently. An estimated 7.5 million more are at risk of permanent closure. Retail companies on bankruptcy watch lists are growing daily. Some claim this as the worst economic crisis since the 1930’s depression. The business community is closely watching global markets in a quest for answers; to alleviate some of the uncertainty.

Economic insight regarding the issues that prevail will be given by the Bureau of Business and Economic Research at the University of Montana, with brief The event is presented in multiple cities each year. The program lasts approximately one-and-a-half hours.

The program will also be presented on July 28 in Bozeman, 12 pm at the GranTree; and in Butte at 4 pm at NorthWestern Energy.

It will be presented on July 29 in Helena, 8 am, at the Great Northern; and at 12 pm in Great Falls 12 pm at Montana electric Cooperatives Association.

On  July 30 it will be held in Missoula, 8 am, at the Holiday Inn Downtown; and in Kalispell at 2 pm at the Hilton Garden Inn.

For details and to register go to : events/ economic- outlook- seminar/


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