BILLINGS — A bright neon sign that reads ‘BUILD’ in the lobby of the new Rock31 entrepreneur center says it all. Big Sky Economic Development hopes that Tuesday marked the first step for Billings’ future.
With the demolition of this first wall inside the historic Montana Bank Building at the northeast corner of Skypoint in downtown Billings, a project years in the making can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
“We’re 10 months away from opening a fresh set of doors into a new space for entrepreneurs to connect,” said BSED executive director Steve Arveschoug.
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Rock31 founders take the first swings at one of the walls that will be removed in the entreprenuer center’s new home.
The idea behind Rock31 is simple: develop new business for the community. Entrepreneurs like Josh Toenyes, co-founder of Billings-based web software company Cardsetter, say this…