Brown Venture Group, 2043 SBC and the University of Minnesota’s Office of Technology Commercialization partnered to bring local leaders from the public, private and philanthropic sectors together with representatives from the NASA Glenn Research Center for an informative conversation on how entrepreneurs in Minnesota
JoinUsMN.com hosts new campaign to promote the state to businesses and talent The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) launched a first of its kind coordinated campaign with businesses and economic development partners across the state. The goal
Wenceslaus Muenyi, founder of St. Paul-based fabric developer HercLeon, envisions a future with a lot fewer trips to the laundromat. In September, the company took home $200,000 through Meda’s ‘Million Dollar Challenge’ pitch competition. Last month, St. Paul-based HercLeon was
The new Governor’s Council on Economic Expansion launched earlier thismonth and is bringing together 15 labor, business, philanthropic, and non-profitleaders to catalyze progress toward an equitable, inclusive, sustainable, and resilient economy, including Saint Paul tech leader Scott Burns, CEO and
The pandemic may not yet be in the rearview, but that hasn’t stopped a coalition of St. Paul-area officials from reigniting a dormant business initiative that once aimed to install 200,000 square feet of new co-working and “innovation-related” commercial space
SmartAsset took a look at the best places to work in tech for 2021. We compared 50 of the largest metro areas across five metrics: the percentage of workers employed in tech, average salary for tech workers, ratio of average
Congratulations to Saint Paul-based Annum on being named a Semifinalist in the High Tech Division for the MN Cup. Founded by Patty Radford Henderson, Annum is software tool to improve the workflow and effectiveness of marketers, using calendar-based software to provide a
Dozens of STEM-Focused Programs and Pop-Up Events for Youth to be Held at Libraries, Recreation Centers and Parks through August SAINT PAUL, MN - Today, Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced the launch of Summer Swarm, a series of free STEM-focused
Upsie*, a consumer-centric platform for purchasing product warranties, announced it has raised a $18.2 million fundraising round led by True Ventures.
Minnesota's startup scene pledged to be more diverse in 2020. Learn how they're doing in an interview with Mary Grove and Clarence Bethea.