by William Skink
The Missoulian is launching a new quarterly publication focusing on doing PR for businesses called Missoula Business.
This vapidly titled quarterly will feature a notable business person and other things, like how businesses solve problems and give back to the community.
The first notable business person is a lawyer for the Missoula Redevelopment Agency and the topic will be PR spin for Tax Increment Financing, oh fun.
Here are the exciting bullet points of what Missoula Business will be covering:
In each issue of Missoula Business you will find:
An in-depth profile of a key business leader in our community. This issue offers the perspective of Natasha Prinzing Jones, a Missoula attorney who sits on the Missoula Redevelopment Agency Board, about the role of tax incremental financing in Missoula’s economic development.
A look at the goals and strategies behind a new business on the local scene. This time, Melissa and Reed Mooney, owners of the popular local restaurant The Keep, tell why they took the entrepreneurial plunge to launch 1889, a completely new style of restaurant in the historic Missoula Mercantile.
A sneak peek at new developments underway in our “In the works” feature and a snapshot of key economic indicators in our market.
A focus on a key industry in our town. In this issue we talk with Mindy Palmer of Berkshire Hathaway about her unique marketing approach as a real estate agent in Missoula’s booming residential market.
I don’t know about you, but I’m getting a portfolio boner thinking about all the business insight we’re going to be getting.