Our thanks to Susan Shald with Gallup, Mike Nelson with the Northern Hotel and our own COO Jennifer Reiser for sharing so many valuable insights on mobilizing your talent and engaging your employees. If you missed this webinar, click here … Continued


Our thanks to Megan Kongaika and Heidi Knudson with Altana Federal Credit Union for sharing how they’re organization is leading through crisis and change. If you missed the session, click here to watch and listen!.   Learn more about upcoming … Continued


After nearly a month of adherence to a stay-at-home order, which closed many main street businesses, Montana’s business community received welcome news as Governor Bullock announced that a phased reopening of Montana is ready to begin. Montana has some of the lowest numbers of cases and hospitalizations in the nation and unlike many … Continued




Businesses in Billings can expect additional economic relief soon. The Senate recently approved a bill to refill the Paycheck Protection Program—part of the massive stimulus package known as the CARES Act—which ran out of funding after only 13 days. The CARES Act, totaling $2 trillion was unprecedented as an economic rescue and recovery measure; … Continued


The Billings Chamber launched a webinar series for small businesses in response to the needs we were hearing from you. These sessions were offered for free and specifically addressed your needs related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Click each image to … Continued


As part of the Yellowstone County Unified Incident Command, an Economic Response & Recovery Team has been assembled to provide a business “restart” strategy for the community. Your Billings Chamber is proud to be a member of the team and … Continued


by Marya Pennington   During this time of remote work environments due to social distancing requirements, employers are being creative and adaptive in encouraging their teams while also supporting the local economy.  When businesses promote each other, they are saying … Continued


Election season is an exciting time for many Americans. Each election brings potential change and this year’s primary election brings with it significant changes in election procedure. The novel coronavirus has forced us to socially distance and avoid large gatherings. Transmission of this viral pandemic necessitates separation to slow the spread.  Which … Continued