Reasons to Relocate

Why you should Move to or Expand in Butte Silver Bow County

Business Friendly

Butte is home to a number of corporate headquarters and major operations including REC Silicon, Montana Precision Products, Montana Resources, Northwestern Energy, Harrington Bottling Company, and Pioneer Technical just to name a few. These companies have found the benefits of growing in a region with a business-friendly, low tax environment.

A Strong Workforce

With a highly educated workforce, a top ten engineering college and a great commerce location, Butte has everything your business needs to thrive, and that’s because our diverse and well-educated workforce can meet the needs of any business. We recognize the importance of developing individuals at all levels and engaging them in the community through service, discussion and support. With a variety of programs, Butte has the ability to develop and connect everyone from current college students, to new and seasoned executives. We seek to train, prepare and inspire individuals to make an impact on their company and our community

An Outstanding Infrastructure and Transportation

Butte is located at the juncture of Interstates 15 and 90, and is served by both the Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroads. Montana Connections Business Development Park and the Port of Montana connect businesses to Seattle, Boston, Mexico and Canada – and everywhere in between! And minutes away, you’ll find the Bert Mooney Airport with convenient and hassle-free connections to anywhere.

Unparalleled Quality of Life

Top employees, those who can choose to live anywhere they want to, enjoy a great quality of life in Butte because it provides a desirable lifestyle better than any other place. With over 3.2 million acres of National Forest, Butte offers endless opportunities for camping, rock climbing, wildlife viewing and skiing. There are seven ski areas within three hours of Butte, which makes it a perfect home base. If skiing isn’t your thing, you can still enjoy the Copperway Trail system and some of the world’s greatest trout fishing streams.

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