During a time when many companies are struggling to stay afloat, Finnovation Lab believes supporting startups that are working to solve social problems through business is more important than ever. This week,
As the number of coronavirus cases skyrocket, so too does the number of people working from home to avoid getting sick. In an attempt to keep up some semblance of
Faribault Woolen Mill Co. has been supplying blankets to the U.S. military since the beginning of World War I. And while the government is more preoccupied with the production of
The Science Museum of Minnesota is temporarily laying off 87 percent of its employees and shifting to online-only programming due to the covid-19 outbreak. The Children’s Museum also announced a
Odonata Health, a Minneapolis-based maternal and fetal health technology startup, is in the running for $1 million in funding as a U.S. finalist in the second annual Female Founders Competition.
Overnight, event planners saw their business drop by 100 percent. First, it was the large scale conferences, galas, and award ceremonies. Then, even the smaller networking lunches and lectures. By
Can a device applied like a Band-Aid help slow down sexual encounters?
A Q&A with Beta.MN's new executive director.
Inside Minneapolis’ new 100 Restrooms initiative.
Two Minneapolis nonprofits created The New Market, a series of pop-up vendor markets for black-owned businesses.