HELENA, Mont. — Fresh information from Helena shows new small business registrations up once again in Might.
Officials report five,400 new corporations registered with the Secretary of State’s Workplace final month.
We’re told Montana is seeing record small business development in 2023, with a total of close to 53,000 corporations.
We’ve noticed a trend of small business development given that 2021, when the Secretary of State’s Workplace reduce registration charges in half and waived numerous other charges totally.
The state touts efforts to decrease red tape creating it a lot easier to do small business in Montana.
The Secretary of State’s Workplace released the following info:
Montana Secretary of State Christi Jacobsen announced new small business registrations climbed once again in Might. Roughly five,400 new corporations registered with the Secretary of State’s Workplace in the course of the month according to the Secretary of State’s Montana Enterprise Financial Report.
New small business development has been a trend in Montana given that 2021. Secretary Jacobsen reduce registration charges in half for Montana corporations, even though numerous other charges have been waived totally. As a outcome, Montana had record small business development in 2023, with roughly 53,000 corporations registering with the Secretary of State’s Workplace.
Montana corporations also have 24/7 access to their small business filings by way of the Secretary of State’s site.
“I’m proud of the operate our workplace does in assisting new corporations register in Montana,” stated Secretary Jacobsen. “By cutting charges and removing government deterrents, corporations are in a position to get registered faster and a lot easier so they can continue on their journey of serving their neighborhood.”
Secretary Jacobsen lately received the Mountain States Policy Center’s “Elevation Award” for top the work to decrease red tape and make it a lot easier to do small business in Montana. According to the MSPC, the Elevation Award is the highest honor of the organization, “given to person(s) who are committed to advancing and elevating absolutely free market place principles and concepts. It is presented to a best innovator, small business leader, or elected official in Idaho, Montana, and Washington.”
Secretary Jacobsen lately thanked all Montana corporations following the annual report filing season. She also recognized the significance of the state’s neighborhood corporations in the course of National Compact Enterprise Week. Secretary Jacobsen was proud to highlight one particular small business every single day in the Montana Enterprise Spotlight series.
“Montana’s smaller corporations are so significant to the neighborhood economy and the communities they serve,” stated Secretary Jacobsen. “I’m honored to pay a visit to with these corporations and hear about their journey and the close friends and neighbors they serve.”
“Thank you for carrying out small business in Montana,” she added.