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Montana's Business Plan - 8 Key Industry Network Final Recommendations from the Main Street Montana Project

March 10, 2016View for printing

An essential component of the implementation of the Main Street Montana Project is the establishment of Key Industry Networks (KINs) http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/KINs.

Each of the KINs is comprised of leading business persons within that sector, from throughout the state. Using the Project's five pillars as the frame of reference, the KINs are tasked with identifying the priorities that are most essential to the success of the businesses within their sector. In addition to identifying priorities and providing guidance relating to the goals, objectives and tasks identified in the report, each KIN will have the discretion and authority to recommend additional initiatives and steps to grow their businesses and increase jobs and wages.

Innovation and Technology KIN Final Recommendations http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/ ... 02016_1.pdf

Energy and Utilities KIN Final Recommendations http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/ ... %282%29.pdf

Interconnectivity and Telecommunications KIN Final Recommendations http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/ ... 02015_1.pdf

Manufacturing KIN Final Recommendations http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/ ... ec%2014.pdf

Tourism KIN Final Recommendations http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/ ... %202015.pdf

Food and Agriculture KIN Final Recommendations http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/ ... ndation.pdf

Health and Wellness KIN Final Recommendations http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/ ... ndation.pdf

Small Business and Downtown KIN Final Recommendations http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/ ... dations.pdf

The Team Leading the Project: http://mainstreetmontanaproject.com/Updates
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