Club E(Entrepreneur): Club Entrepreneur is a community of business professionals who meet on the first Thursday of each month at the Minneapolis Club for networking, idea sharing and presentations from some of the Twin Cities’ most respected innovators, catalysts and thought leaders. During each lunch-hour session, you’ll have a chance to enjoy a meal, chat with peers and strengthen your network of personal and professional relationships. There will be a speaker presentation on an informative topic that provides practical, actionable ideas. The purpose behind each session is provide you with the encouragement to go back to your office just a little bit smarter, savvier and more energized than when you left for lunch. All monthly meetings are open to the public. You may also choose to become a member of the Club Entrepreneur community, which will allows you unlimited access to a video library of previous speaker presentations and a searchable database of active members.
Midwest Pantry Meet-Ups: These are lively food and makers networking events infused with a discussion topic. MeetsUps are currently held every other month, and are designed to be fun & informative. Heavy on networking, these events will give you something to talk about.
Minneapolis Entrepreneurship Meetup: The Minneapolis Entrepreneurship Meetup is a member of the Collaborative Entrepreneurship Network, a global ecosystem of investors and entrepreneurs working to help early stage startups. The group is comprised of investors and former entrepreneurs who believe that both innovators and investors can learn from each other and make meaningful connections and relationships. At CEN events, they help early stage startups present to and connect with local investors, collaborate with industry thought leaders, brainstorm with each other, and share advice and resources.
Minneapolis Startup Grind: Startup Grind is an event series and website designed to help educate, inspire, and connect local entrepreneurs. Each month they welcome an amazing speaker who shares their story with their community and tells them what worked, what didn't, and what they'll do differently next time.
Rochester Entrepreneur Network: The Rochester Entrepreneur Network (REN) is an organization of local entrepreneurs and advocates, who strongly believe that a robust entrepreneurial ecosystem is a key driver of the future economy of Rochester, Minnesota. The mission of REN is to grow the entrepreneurial community by supporting and encouraging entrepreneurship.
COCO: COCO offers memberships that provide access to multiple COCO spaces, meeting venues and educational and social events. COCO also considers themselves a "dream accelerator" and heavily emphasizes the inspiring entrepreneurial atmosphere of their spaces.
Flock: Flock offers inspired workplaces that provide style and comfort, super fast technology, and group spaces that encourage collaboration. Made of designers, writers, coders, producers, thinkers, and tinkers. Amenities include a Spyhouse Coffee Bar, "Big Brain" weekly brainstorming, recording studio, private client conference spaces and phone rooms, free on-street parking, sunny garden patios to maximize the Minnesota summer and a 20% discount to local restaurants.
Impact Hub: Impact Hub's mission is to accelerate social impact in the Twin Cities. Impact Hub is a community of change that supports professional and personal growth.
Industrious: Industrious is a coworking space located in downtown Minneapolis. Members have access to internet, coffee bar and lounge, conference rooms, relaxation rooms, concierge services, lectures, local treats and networking events.
NEON: Northside Economic Opportunity Network's (NEON) Business Incubator is a welcoming and modern space for entrepreneurs, consultants and solopreneurs to come together to work, network and grow their businesses. The business incubator provides a much needed space in the community for small business owners from various fields to collaborate and get work done.
Restore Co-Lab: Restore is a co-working space in Minneapolis focused on reimagining how business can be done in today's world. They offer coworking, joint projects and events at their North Loop space.
The Commons: A space in the town of Excelsior, energized by Lake Minnetonka across the street, a wall of windows to welcome the outside in, and an environment that embraces the needs of a thriving community: a place to hang your “work-hat”, conduct a meeting (whether in-person or virtually), or throw a party or special event. The Commons is also a place for the community to drop in for a lecture, speaker or a meeting of the minds.
The Reserve: The Reserve, located in Edina, offers customizable membership plans, giving customers full access to the Coworking Space and exclusive member benefits. Save 50% on all meeting room reservations with any membership and choose the benefits that support your business.
WorkAround: WorkAround is a professionally designed office that features several offices in varied sizes, unique work station pods, reception area, kitchen, conference rooms to rent and a lounge.The building features an open, warm warehouse style space with inviting common areas. In addition, there are shower facilities in the building for exercise enthusiasts.