From sports to supermarkets, Minnesota has embraced “North” as our brand. But is there any evidence it’s been good for business?
How special event rentals can elevate your event space.
The St. Paul broadcaster’s digital marketing agency has acquired TriggerEX ad delivery technology from Dahl’s company TiWi Digital, improving Hubbard’s advertising platform capabilities.
Lynn Casey stepping down as CEO, remains chair of PR firm.
After taking on six new clients, including Blue Cross Blue Shield Association and Comcast Spotlight, the firm has hired seven full-time staff members and three interns.
As the future of newspapers becomes more tenuous, Strib Publisher Mike Klingensmith talks about the national media climate, Super Bowl, and future of print and digital media.
Did UBS miss a golden opportunity? Communications experts weigh in on viral moments.
The broadcasting company reduced its debt by more than $1 billion.
The countertop maker Cambria commissioned
a film-length mythical origin story. Why?
Duluth’s marketing scene is attracting clients and talent well beyond the city limits.
“I love this job,” Swift County Monitor-News publisher Reed Anfinson said in his office in Benson. “What I worry about is what replaces me."
How to get the word out and build buzz around your marketing events via Facebook.
Both cities failed to make MoveHub's Top 20 list.
10 Twin Cities marketing agencies recommend how to break through the communications clutter.
Adogo's John Sturgess hopes to backstop struggling small businesses.
The public radio network is investing in new programming, technology and talent.
The media organization has already invested in three startups and will open an incubator this summer.
How a local startup is attracting big-name clients with its interactive presentation platform.
How little-known Uponor became an industry leader—and continues to gain market share.
Business is booming for the Baudette-based drug maker.
Industry veteran Margaret Murphy's new Minneapolis company has purchased gift-card fundraising giant Great Lakes Scrip Center for an undisclosed sum.
Follow these steps when submitting an entry into industry awards programs.
The Athletic takes aim at
local newspaper sports sections.
The company says all operations will continue while it seeks to restructure more than $2.4 billion in debt.
Super Bowl planners and local businesses expect Minnesota’s close-up in the national spotlight will generate more tourists and events in coming years.
How a local ad software startup is shifting its focus to change the future of ridesharing.
A new survey provides insight into the minds of Minnesota’s marketing executives.
Harteau says she is moving on to be a full-time speaker and consultant for organizations in and outside of the U.S.
The RedEye Rebrand helped Canine Inspired Change put a new paw forward.
Spyder Trap's CEO and 30 other employees will join the health care startup.