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Welcome to Southeastern Montana Development Corporation. Our website contains information about services we offer as well as state and regional resources that are available. View our services below for more information.

Small Business (SBDC)

The Small Business Development Center provides technical assistance to businesses and entrepreneurs in Treasure, Custer, Rosebud, Powder River, Prairie, Dawson, Fallon, Carter, and Wibaux Counties in southeastern Montana.

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Grant Assistance

SEMDC offers grant writing research, assistance, and administration services to businesses, government entities, and non-profit organizations in southeastern Montana.

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Loan Programs

SEMDC is able to offer access to a number of loan programs and partners with local banks to assist in enabling small businesses to obtain the necessary capital to begin or expand their existing operations in southeastern Montana.

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Planning Assistance

Planning can help communities find the right balance of essential needs, new developments, changing demographics, future goals, challenging obstacles, and innovation. SEMDC can offer assistance and resources.

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