5 Questions to Ask Every Event Caterer: ILEA Quick Tips for Event Planners

There are no stupid questions when it comes to coordinating your event's catering, but don't forget to ask these five.

Caribou Coffee Announces Amy’s Blend 2019’s Charity of Choice

The coffee company chose Girls on the Run International to receive a portion of proceeds this month.

Walmart’s New Pickup Towers to Expand Throughout Twin Cities This Year

There’s no shopping cart necessary with this high-tech addition.

From Bold North to True North—Explore Minnesota Unveils New Campaign

“Find Your True North” ads launch this spring to promote the state’s $15.3 billion tourism industry.

How Twin Cities Restaurants Stayed Hot During the Deep Freeze

Record low temps? Nothing more than a great marketing opportunity in the north.

Target Attracts 10 Beauty Startups for Third-Annual Target Takeoff Accelerator Program

Participating brands set to receive assistance with pitch and product through the annual program include skincare companies from Australia, a New York-based haircare company, and more.

Even Hell’s (Kitchen) Is Freezing Over

Grocery stores, restaurants, and other businesses are closing their doors to the record-setting cold this week.

Downtown Council Launches Effort to Boost Minneapolis Retail

The plan focuses on drawing retailers to a five-block stretch of Nicollet Mall.

Target to Begin Accepting Apple Pay, Google Pay and Other Contactless Cards

Stores across the country will be able to use the service at Target in the next several weeks.

Salons by JC to Fill Columbia Sportswear Space in Uptown

JC's lease marks its third metro location for local franchisees.

2017 Business Events Dining Guide

Twin Cities-area restaurants offer a range of cuisine and ambience for company meetings, parties and special events.

Rosedale: A Contrarian Bet

A big expansion during a structural retail downturn...that may just work.

How Makers Mercantile is Empowering a Craft Business Revival in West Duluth

Makers of artisan goods have a new location to sell their one-of-a-kind products.

Target Opens Uptown Location in Minneapolis

Retailer has not closed a single store location in fiscal 2017.

St. Paul and Minneapolis Look to Regulate Airbnb Ahead of Super Bowl

There are hundreds of listings throughout the Twin Cities, despite them all being illegal.

Amazon Aims to Hire 1,200 for Minnesota Holiday Season

Some employees could transition into full-time roles after the holidays, Amazon said.

ILEA Quick Tips for Event Planners: October 2017

Making events memorable through food.

Target Launches New Curbside Pickup Service in Twin Cities

Fifty Target locations in the Twin Cities area will be taking part in the program’s launch.

The Case for Amazon Coming to Minnesota? It's Not That Great

Minnesota’s mostly middling in the areas Amazon has identified as important.

Target Will Pay All Workers At Least $15 by 2020

The retailer will increase its minimum wage to $11 next month.

Target Restock Expanding to 8 New Markets Including New York, Los Angeles

By mid-October, the retailer’s quick delivery service will reach 11 total markets, or roughly one-fifth of the U.S. population.

UnitedHealthcare Becomes First to Cover Warby Parker

The hip eyewear company previously didn't accept vision insurance.

Two Minnesota Retailers Land Partnership with MLB

From TV broadcast plugs to in-ballpark promotions, Gander Outdoors and The House will soon be featured on all things Major League Baseball.

Educational Game Maker MindWare Buys Competitor Peaceable Kingdom

Peaceable Kingdom was founded in 1983 by the family of Clement Hurd, illustrator of the popular children’s book “Good Night Moon”.

ILEA Quick Tips for Event Planners: September 2017

Selecting a caterer and planning the perfect holiday menu.

Minnesota Leaders Plan Bid for New Amazon HQ

Amazon promises to bring billions in construction and as many as 50,000 jobs to a region that can promise a big incentive package.

Rising Demand, Falling Occupancy

After a big influx of hotel rooms in downtown Minneapolis, bookings are up, but many rooms still sit empty.

Counting MOA's International Visitors

The mall says 3 million people visit each year. How do they determine that number?

Target's $7 Billion Bet

Target CEO Brian Cornell is investing it all in an old concept: offering something unique, valuable and accessible.

After Solid Summer Tourism Season, Local Lodgers Feel Less Optimistic About Fall

About a quarter of the state’s motels, B&Bs, campgrounds and hotels are confident business will improve in the fall, while roughly just as many expect the opposite.

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