For 25 years, Montana World Trade Center® has served Montana as a trusted business adviser.

Growing international trade in Montana is central to the mission of the Montana World Trade Center® (MWTC), a longstanding program of the University of Montana.  MWTC is part of the World Trade Centers® Association (WTCA), which includes nearly 300 World Trade Centers® (WTCs) in 100 countries around the globe.

MWTC’s work falls into three primary areas. First, by integrating the extended resources available through the University system, compiling and analyzing information obtained through the World Trade Centers® Association, governmental organizations, trade associations, professional networking, and comprehensive primary and secondary research, MWTC trade specialists and students serve as an on-demand extension to businesses across Montana. Second, MWTC offers myriad trainings and forums relating to international business and trade each year. Finally, MWTC spearheads initiatives statewide that help grow Montana’s international trade and investment portfolio.

Offering international market evaluation, prospect generation and qualification, project management, comprehensive export strategy development, sourcing, F/X services, Certificates of Free Sale, and quick answers to pressing international business questions, Montana World Trade Center (MWTC) is an essential extension of your business development team and a trusted adviser for businesses across Montana.

Membership with Montana World Trade Center®

MWTC offers various membership levels to meet your needs. Click here to learn more about how we can help your business expand internationally.

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MWTC’s Featured Member

Montana World Trade Center is excited to introduce MorTan, Inc. as our Featured Member!

MorTan, Inc. was started by Loran B. Morgan, M.D., a practicing ophthalmologist and is a small woman-owned corporation located in Missoula, Montana.

Dr. Morgan developed the Morgan Lens, which creates an easier, more efficient and effective method of ocular irrigation. The Morgan Lens is used in over 90% of emergency rooms in the United States.

For more information, please visit MorTan, Inc.’s website here: