MT Women's Business Center - Prospera

Welcome to the Montana Women's Business Center

We help women entrepreneurs across the state of Montana through, no-cost business counseling, business technical training, mentorship, and connection.

Call 406-587-3113 or Email sblaser@prosperamt.org

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MT Montana Women's Business Center

Established in October 2009, the Montana Women’s Business Center (MTWBC) is one of over 150 business centers across the country. As a partner program of Prospera Business Network, the MTWBC is partially funded through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. We provide the necessary tools and support to help women establish, grow, and sustain businesses throughout the state of Montana.

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“It's been fun to connect with other business owners, and Prospera was really helpful in bridging the gap between feeling randomly lost and making a plan for our business.”

Dana Eklund, Big Sky Mohair Cinches

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The MTWBC gives women the opportunity to excel in business and contributes to the growth of economies throughout the state.

The MTWBC is focused on providing confidential business counseling and training services to women entrepreneurs, and it is a critical resource for those who are economically or socially disadvantaged.

In 2019, the Montana Women's Business Center won the national and regional awards for Women's Business Center of the Year for its innovative programming and technical assistance.

While our program is designed to support women, our services are available to any business owner. Training and counseling are available for all entrepreneurs and professionals.

Meet with one of our experts for no-cost business counseling. We will help connect you to the right loan business grant, training, or technical assistance that is the best fit for you and your business. Contact Prospera at (406) 587-3113 or email info@prosperamt.org.

The Montana WBC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

The MTWBC and all its programs and activities are accessible to and usable by disabled persons, including persons who are deaf, hard of hearing or blind, or who have sensory impairments. Please reach out to the Montana Women's Business Center Program Director if you’re interested in participating in one of our programs to inform them of your accommodation needs. Call 406-587-3113.