Prospera has established standing office hours in Livingston, Mont. to better serve Park County businesses through its business development programs. Prospera helps business and communities find their pathway to success, acting as the navigator, problem solver, and catalyst for a strong Montana Economy. Prospera does this by offering access to capital, business advising and training, community development and peer networking.Prospera helps businesses and communities find their pathway to success, acting as the navigator, problem solver and catalyst for a strong Montana economy. Prospera does this by offering access to capital, business advising and trainings, community development, and peer networking. Prospera is home to a regional Small Business Development Center, Food and Agriculture Development Center, the Montana Women's Business Center, and the Prospera Loan Funds Program.
Starting in February 2024, Prospera will hold office hours on the third Friday of every month at the Explore Livingston Office located at 124 Suite 210 South Main. Explore Livingston Coalition is a collaboration of nonprofit organizations whose goal is to build a sustainable year-round economy in Livingston while providing strategic stewardship to preserve quality of life and place for residents and quality of experience for visitors. This partnership of shared office space is to help businesses in Livingston gain access to resources that will help them to succeed.
For businesses looking to schedule a no cost business advising appointment with our business counselors please visit prospermt.org or email us at email@example.com.
Prospera was founded in 1985 as an economic development center in Bozeman and has grown with the region and to serve entrepreneurs, businesses, farmers and ranchers, and community agencies. Today, Prospera is home to a Food and Agriculture Development Center (FADC), a Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the Montana Women’s Business Center (MTWBC) and serves over 1,200 businesses annually.
For more information, please call 406-587-3113 or visit www.ProsperaMT.org