About – PIE | Profitable Ideas Exchange


We strive to be

Sought after as a trusted partner

A lever that moves the world towards good across the globe, in our community, and in our own lives

A human touch that rises above the noise of today

An inclusive company full of people who are interesting, fun, smart, and inspiring

A proliferation of challenges requires executives to bring more expertise to the table.

Thirsty for insight, executives look for scalable ways to connect with each other in a human way – to genuinely talk about what is working and what is not.

Why Executives Choose to be Part of our Virtual Roundtables:

  1. True peer-driven conversations
  2. Focused agenda created through executive input
  3. Benchmarking and problem-solving with peers
  4. Access to cross-industry perspectives
  5. Time-efficient and cost-effective one hour virtual conversations
  6. No travel required
  7. Private platform for candid conversations around shared challenges
  8. Just-in-time answers to questions through regular peer touchpoints
  9. No membership fees
  10. Flexibility (executives join calls that work well with their schedule)

Why Our Clients Choose to Build Communities:

  1. Engage with those they most want to serve
  2. Gather market insight
  3. Craft service offerings that reflect the voice of the client
  4. Add value to current and prospective clients
  5. Build a focused brand presence in target markets
  6. Demonstrate expertise and domain leadership
  7. Create useful, timely and relevant content
  8. Stay proximate to clients and their needs
  9. Earn the right to engage further
  10. Amplify reach by scaling their best people and expertise

Profitable Ideas Exchange acknowledges the historical context of the land we occupy. We live, work, and recreate on the unceded, traditional, ancestral land of more than five indigenous tribes – a widely known meeting and gathering place for Native people. We recognize the violence this land and its peoples endured and continue to endure. We celebrate that this land is still held in reverence. We acknowledge that this statement is a small part of the larger, ongoing work of fostering a true reconciliation in disrupting of the legacies of colonialism across Montana and the United States. Find whose land you occupy here