One-on-one assistance to help your business during COVID-19
Whether they have remained open throughout the COVID-19 outbreak, or they are now preparing to open their doors once again, businesses throughout Minnesota are adjusting their practices and workspaces to mitigate health risks and boost consumer confidence. The Grow Minnesota! team at the Minnesota Chamber is here to help your business. Our team has consulted with hundreds of businesses about best practices for returning to work.
First step: Read this checklist. The Grow! team developed this checklist based on feedback from hundreds of companies who have developed or executed “return to work” plans for their business.
Then, reach out to the Grow! team for one-on-one assistance. Their knowledge and experience can work to understand your business challenges. They can find answers to your questions, connect you with other businesses and critical resources, navigate the MN Supplier Match database and help you prepare a “return to work” plan.
It’s time to get your business back to work and get our economy moving forward. To speak with the Grow Minnesota!, email email@example.com.
Driving economic growth
Minnesota has a legacy of building and growing businesses here that keep the economy strong and provide a quality of life for our communities. Grow Minnesota!® is the Minnesota Chamber’s premier economic development program focused on retaining and growing Minnesota businesses. Our staff helps businesses overcome challenges, make new connections, and grow – in any part of the state. Working with Grow Minnesota! means access to economic data and insights as the state moves toward economic recovery and access to Minnesota-based suppliers on any number of products and services that could help your company grow.
Grow Minnesota!® offers engagement points to fit your needs:
Consultations with experts to understand your challenges, provide recommendations and connections to realize business success.
Connections with local resources in your area – organizations, industry partners, international trade partners, suppliers.
Participation in surveys to make your voice heard year round and especially in this time of economic recovery.
Regional and industry analysis to provide context for local economies throughout the state.
Customized research at your request
Collaboration with partners aims to keep and grow businesses and supply chains within Minnesota to improve employment opportunities and quality of life.
Partners are eligible for technology, resources, training, and economic analysis focused on business retention.
MN Supplier Match
COVID-19 disrupted supply chains around the world. But there are suppliers all over the state who can provide accessibility, short lead-times, shared networks and trusted quality. The Minnesota Chamber’s Grow Minnesota!® program provides a database for Minnesota businesses seeking connections to Minnesota’s robust supply chain. Visit mnchamber.com/suppliermatch to make a connection today!
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economic development resources
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce’s Grow Minnesota! program strives to direct resources to businesses so they can invest, prosper, and grow in Minnesota. Whether you are starting, relocating, or expanding your company, we want to help you find the business assistance resources you need to succeed, and in turn, contribute to Minnesota’s growing statewide economy.
Resources include: small business loan programs, information on how to start a business, resources for entrepreneurs, workforce recruitment assistance and training grants, exporting services and seminars, information on environmental permitting and regulations, energy use and waste reduction programs.
Grow Minnesota! Staff
Become a Grow Minnesota! Partner
Grow Minnesota! was founded by the Minnesota Chamber in 2002 and is the premier private-sector led statewide business retention, business assistance, and business expansion program in Minnesota. The program operates year-round in partnership with more than 90 local chambers and economic development organizations statewide.