Enterprise Minnesota

111 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55401, USA

(507) 469-9183

Prototyping & Manufacturing

Enterprise Minnesota is an ISO 9001:2008 certified consulting organization that works with medium and smaller manufacturing enterprises to help them compete and grow profitably. The organization also serves as the “voice” for the industry, raising visibility and appreciation for the value manufacturers provide our communities and the state’s economy. Our affiliation with the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) further positions us to offer clients leading-edge services to improve manufacturing operations and strengthen business.


Midwest Pantry

2010 E Hennepin Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55413, USA

(612) 709-1982

Business Setup, Food & Beverage

Midwest Pantry organizes Minnesota's local food creator community, helping food creators grow their business smarter & faster, and making Minnesota the #1 place to start and run a food business.


Lunar Startups

370 Wabasha St N, St Paul, MN 55102, USA

(651) 333-3136

Incubators & Accelerators

Lunar Startups is a new model for startup incubation specializing in growth, connection, and innovation for women, people of color and other high potential entrepreneurs.


Quality Ingredients

14300 Rosemount Drive, Burnsville, MN 55306, USA

(952) 435-1416

Food & Beverage

QIC contract spray dries liquid formulations into powders. The powders we produce include dairy, cheese, colors, flavors, vegetables, juices, oils, vitamins, and minerals. Applications include food, nutraceuticals, and dietary supplements.


OffiCenters: Bloomington West

3800 American Boulevard West, Bloomington, MN 55431, USA

(952) 921-5800

Coworking Space

If you need a dynamic workspace with great wifi connections, meeting spaces to accommodate from 2 to 60 people, or need a dedicated office, we have flexible options for you. Our surveys show coworking has impacted our member’s bottom line.


LegalCORPS: Entrepreneurs of Color Program

Minneapolis, MN, USA


Business Setup, Legal Services

The Entrepreneurs of Color Program is a LegalCORPS initiative to make its services more accessible and useful to recent immigrants and Black/Indigenous/People of Color. The goal of the program is to provide support and business law resources to small business owners and those who would like to start a small business who are from historically marginalized communities.


Springboard for the Arts: Irrigate

308 East Prince Street, St Paul, MN, USA

(651) 292-4381

Community Support, Arts & Entertainment

Irrigate is a community development strategy that mobilizes the skills and creativity of local artists to create innovative, meaningful, authentic solutions to local challenges. Artists are a resource that all places have, but are typically left unrecognized and undervalued. Irrigate is a mechanism for cities, neighborhoods and small businesses to engage with artists to benefit the whole community through multiple artist-led collaborative projects.


METRO-Target Accelerator

Minneapolis, MN, USA

Incubators & Accelerators

METRO and Target have joined forces to run the first of its kind accelerator. Unlock a global network and scale your business with us across continents while tapping into Techstars worldwide network. All 10 selected start-ups will spend time at Target's Headquarters in Minneapolis, and METRO Accelerator's offices in Berlin, depending on their business goals either city will become their base


Social Venture Partners Minnesota

14451 State Highway 7, Minnetonka, MN 55345, USA

(952) 933-5560

Community Support, Funding & Capital

Social Venture Partners (SVP) Minnesota strives to build powerful relationships and thriving communities through the amplifying impact of engaged philanthropy. SVP Minnesota is a 501(c)(3) organization that improves lives by investing time, talent and capital in innovative, early stage social ventures directed at underserved teens in the Twin Cities. Since 2002, SVP Minnesota has provided well over $7 million in pro-bono consulting services and nearly $2 million in cash grants to qualifying Twin Cities nonprofits. This mix of time, money, and expertise improves impact and sustainability for the nonprofit investees, while building meaningful relationships between SVP partners (both individuals and corporations) and the recipient organizations.