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Free Technology Round-up in Malta on September 22


August 31, 2016

Can you think of an aspect of your life that is not impacted by technology? Whether at home, work, on the ranch or in school, we use technology daily. Rural life in Montana is no different, and the Hi-Line Technology Round Up, in Malta on Thursday, September 22, wants to show you just that.

This one day, free event, includes panel discussions, concurrent sessions and trade show displays, all focused on technology and geared to inspire our rural future. The panel discussions focus on Technologies Impacting Agriculture, Business and Education, Youth in Technology and Living Remote in the New Rural Economy, with speakers from MT High Tech Business Alliance, Ranchlogs, AHEC, Girlzilla and others. Concurrent sessions showcase presentations from the Montana Cooperative Development Center, Disadvantaged Business Enterprises, Montana Manufacturing Extension, Montana Governor’s Office of Economic Development, Big Sky Code Academy, HarlemUnitedF1 and Montana Telehealth. Trade show booths include the Google Advantage Lab, National Weather Service, Aaniiih Nakoda College, and Setting Up Popular Apps.

The Hi-Line Technology Round Up will be held at the Malta Business Center from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 22, 2016. Admission is free, but RSVP is encouraged through our website below.

There are still sponsorship and trade show booths available. Please contact us at, 406-654-1776 or for more information or to advertise with us. Find us on Facebook at Hi-Line Technology Round Up.


The Hi-Line Technology Round Up is sponsored by the Malta Technology Committee and funded through a grant by Triangle Communications. This committee is made up of business owners, non-profit leaders, government, education, agriculture, Chamber of Commerce and PhillCo Economic Development representatives with the mission to promote technology and new economies in the Malta and Phillips County area that inspire our rural future.


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