Montana State Resources for Government, Business, and Insurance

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Montana State Business Resources

A recent study conducted ranked Montana as the best state to open a small business for 2021 and moving forward. For anyone considering to invest in a business in the state, this is definitely good news.

There are unique advantages that investors and potential business owners can enjoy when building a startup in Montana. The primary factor for such a high ranking is the state's dense network of local organizations that support the business community. This essentially creates a business-friendly environment that enables businesses to succeed. These support groups are formed in universities, government organizations, volunteer-led groups, business incubators and industry alliances.

In addition, the state government provides relentless support to the business community. The state leaders even call themselves the "champions of entrepreneurships". There are local and state-wide policies that support existing businesses and encourage new investments.

The quality of life and excellent workforce in Montana is another factor that would greatly benefit new business owners. There is a strong business culture in the state and this has contributed to high employee retention rates.

Other factors that contribute to making Montana a suitable destination for business startups and expansions are labor costs, climate, access to resources, and business survival rate over a five-year period. For business insurance related info please refer to our more in depth article.

General Business Resources

Loans/Funding Programs

Tax and Employment Resources

Montana State and Local Insurance Information and Directory

At the request of our visitors we've included the below local insurance contacts for most cities in Montana. The mountainous state of Montana experiences heavy snowfall during the winter, making road conditions especially dangerous. For this reason, it's critical that you insure your vehicle and avoid any lapses in coverage. Auto insurance rates in the state of Montana vary depending on your location, accident history, and even your gender. The contacts we've presented can help you compare low cost rates and quotes for insurance policies offered by various companies. We know how important it is to find affordable coverage protect your car; therefore, we have presented only the best contacts that can help you find a cheap policy. For additional information on traffic laws or driving schools please navigate to your respective state using the map. And for manufactured home insurance, please refer to the respective article.

Government Contacts

Nicknamed the "Big Sky Country", Montana is a state in the Mountain West region of the U.S. Its northern border is the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan. Though it is the fourth largest state (in terms of land area), it's the third-least populated. The west half of the state is composed of mountain ranges, while its east half is made up of badlands and prairie terrain. This is why it's often referred as the American West, rugged and still has the touch of the past, from its vibrant cities to the massive unspoiled natural spaces.

Montana is home to America's first National Park - Yellowstone Park. It's also the home for the outstanding scenic mountain ranges of the Glacier National Park.

Montana's economy is primarily dominated by agriculture, forestry, and mining. The rich deposits of minerals, such as gold, silver, copper, and even oil gave this state the nickname "Treasure State". The state is also abundant of the finest precious gemstone in the country - sapphires.

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