The Minnesota Job Creation fund provides up to $1 million after specified job creation and capital investment goals are achieved.
Meda provides integrated, wrap-around services in the three areas all entrepreneurs need to succeed: Management Education, Money, and Market.
The Small Business Administration’s most common loan program, which includes financial help for businesses with special requirements.
The Equity Builder Loan Program is a cohort based, forgivable loan program for arts & cultural nonprofits. Around 20-40% of these working capital loans convert to grants, producing long-term unrestricted cash reserves for participating nonprofits.
Main Street Economic Revitalization Grants support business recovery and economic development along the Minneapolis commercial corridors worst hit by the combined impact of COVID-19 and the destruction following the murder of George Floyd. $18 million will be distributed to projects in these corridors: Lake Street, the area around 38th Street and Chicago Avenue, and North Minneapolis' West Broadway Avenue.
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CRF finances small business loans that don’t fit a conventional model. CRF works with other lenders, community partners, business advisors and directly with business owners to identify and finance projects that create jobs and provide essential services.
The 2% loan program offers low-interest loans to new and existing businesses and property owners located in St. Louis Park. The program aims to make it more affordable for small businesses to invest in this area.
The Minnesota Indian Business Loan Program supports Indian-owned businesses and promotes economic opportunities for Indian people statewide.
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