This business database is available for immediate download and contains updated business listings for all Minnesota businesses that filed changes of demographic, location or contact information for the month of February 2007. Complete Minnesota...
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Minnesota Business Development and growth in 2006
Minnesota’s ‘Grow Minnesota!’, the private-sector business development program initiated by the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce in 2003, reports a positive outlook on businesses, their willful staying power and growth within the state.
After 2 years and over 1, 300 businesses evaluated and visited and in discussions among top CEOs across Minnesota, the Chamber has conducted consistent surveys and analysis resulting in favorable potential for Minnesota businesses. "Eighty-nine percent of the businesses we visited in year two said there's a low probability of leaving their communities," said Bill Blazar, senior vice president of public affairs and business development for the Minnesota Chamber. "That's cause for celebration." This festive perspective should not be overshadowed by the crucial points to be concentrated on in order to maintain an aggressive business framework.
Bill Blazar went on to say that in order to continue the success that Minnesota businesses have enjoyed, it is crucial to ascertain why there is a discrepancy. "We must ask ourselves, 'Can we afford to lose these approximately 90 companies?" The Chamber partners denote a wide scope of communities throughout the state. From the small and large to the rural and metro—Minneapolis and St. Paul to Duluth, Rochester and Marshall.
Additionally, Staff members span and appraise 10 additional communities which did not receive complete representation from...