A new economic strategy at the community level. Read More
Founded 75 years ago by Don Rosen, Pilgrim Dry Cleaners has a long history of giving back to the community and incorporating corporate social responsibility into their business plan.  Read More
Beginning in March 2018, business executives looking to entertain local and out-of-town guests in a relaxed professional atmosphere will have a new option in downtown Minneapolis. Read More

The 2017 Community Impact Awards honored businesses, social enterprise organizations, nonprofits, initiatives and individuals making a significant impact on communities in Minnesota. Read More

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Employee engagement is closely tied to nine performance outcomes, according to the Gallup organization. And yet, only 32% of U.S. employees reported being engaged at work in 2015. As a recognition awards and promotional products supplier, Crystal D viscerally understands the ways that acknowledgement can drive engagement. Read More

Photo by Emily J. Davis

Christine “Chris” Bent knows health. She has been a health executive for two decades, donning such three-letter titles as EVP, COO and SVP. So it is our community’s great fortune to have Chris at the helm of one of the state’s prominent health organizations, Allina Health. Read More
Nominations are being accepted through February 22 for the first ever Twin Cities Indie Business Awards, honoring five local, independent businesses for their impact in the community. Read More

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“There’s a lot of interesting, new stuff happening in this business,” says Nathan Newhall, founder of Freedom Distilling, a local company currently in the fundraising stage. “We wholly intend to be part of that, but to also do something socially responsible.” Read More
Co-working is a hot trend, one that recently spread to the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) with Hothouse, a pilot program halfway through a 12-week residence at the museum. Read More