Looking to start a new business? Our Power Up course supports entrepreneurs by providing the tools needed to turn business ideas into reality.
Looking for funding options to grow and expand your business? Prospera’s business counselors have the knowledge and expertise to find the right loan fit for your business needs.
Our team at Prospera consists of experienced and dedicated business counselors who are committed to providing entrepreneurs and business owners with a comprehensive pathway to success through our individualized and client-focused services. We succeed in helping businesses because we understand local problems, and we believe strong businesses strengthen the communities we all live in. At Prospera, we help businesses flourish by connecting business leaders to confidential no-cost business counseling, specialized trainings, business loans, grant assistance, and professional peer networking opportunities.
When you work with our team at Prospera, you will work with business experts who know the local business economy and the community that can help you succeed.
Get connected with one of our business counselors who will assist you in finding the resources your business needs to get started, stay in business, or level up. Contact Prospera at (406) 587-3113 or email info (at) prosperamt (dot) org.
“Working with Prospera allowed me to expand my business from Bozeman into Three Forks…offering optometry services, where none previously existed. Thanks to Prospera, our community is now a healthier place.”
Dr. Jessica Lemon
Gallatin Valley Vision Three Forks, Montana
“It wouldn’t be possible without Prospera. They were able to help us buy the building where the employee housing is and finish the expansion of the lodge [for business expansion].”
Neli and Dimitar Nikolov
The CORRAL Gardiner, Montana
“I think it’s pretty cool that they’re bringing women business owners from all over the state together and providing this funding through the Women’s Business Center Impact Grant…and bringing to light the really cool and creative things women all over the state are doing.”
Kira Jarosz and Tim Anthony
Black Dog Farms Livingston, Montana