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Economic Summit Not Just In Butte

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Those in the Flathead don't have to miss out on the Economic Development Summit in Butte, thanks to a live simulcast today and tomorrow.

Flathead Valley Community College is screening some of the conference proceedings in real time in the Arts and Technology building.

There is no charge to attend and it is open to the public.

Following today's simulcast, the Entrepreneurship Center hosted a community discussion about the hardships facing female leaders in business. The panel included three local business women.

"These are some of the biggest names in the tech world--internationally, globally," said Jill Seigmund, the entrepreneurship coordinator at FVCC, "For them to be in Montana, I think is probably a very historic event, for all these people to be in Montana at the same time and we wanted people to have access."

The simulcast starts up again tomorrow, September 16 at 8:15 a.m. and runs until noon.

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