Welcome to the Montana World Trade Center!
For nearly two decades, Montana World Trade Center (MWTC) has served Montana as a trusted business adviser. We work with more than 320 World Trade Centers around the globe, foreign consulates, trade associations, US Commercial Service Offices and many others in order to provide Montana companies with actionable information, prescriptive export strategies, on-demand project management, and long-term strategic guidance. If you’re interested in initiating or growing your sales outside the U.S. but not exactly sure how to turn perceived opportunity into meaningful pieces of business for your company, MWTC can help.
Offering international market evaluation, prospect generation and qualification, project management, comprehensive export strategy development, and quick answers to pressing international business questions, MWTC is an essential extension of your business development team and a trusted adviser for businesses across Montana. Enjoy the benefits of membership now.
MWTC’s Executive Director Brigitta Miranda-Freer joins Montana Public Radio host Arnie Sherman to discuss Montana’s place in the global business landscape.
From exploring the underpinnings of Montana’s exceptionally high level of startup activity to making the case for foreign direct investment in Montana, Montana has much to offer. Do you know what you need to do to expand your business and go global? Learn more by listening to the podcast in the link below.
MWTC’s Featured Member
Missy Lacock Editorial provides premium editing, writing, and publishing consultation services at competitive rates. Owner Missy Lacock specializes in assisting publishers and authors get their quality books onto shelves, although she completes editing in all formats. A member of the Editorial Freelance Association, Lacock earned her master’s degree in Writing: Book Publishing from Portland State University—one of only seven graduate publishing programs in the nation—and has more than six years of professional editing experience.
Lacock has been a staff editor for half a dozen publishers and logged countless hours as a freelance editor, producing books, magazines, newspapers, literary journals, and more. The multidisciplinary nature of publishing also requires a diverse skill set, from editing and design to marketing and website management, and Lacock enjoys providing a holistic publishing perspective in her editorial services.
Publications have featured Lacock’s writing more than 100 times, and she’s been the recipient of an editor’s choice award and the James Welch Jr. Memorial Award for outstanding writing.
To learn more, visit missylacock.com.