Farm to Fork is new, but we can look back on the facts surrounding the other two programs and get a sense of any gravitational pull these programs may have, while wondering if any / how many of the these 21 will actually stick around after the fact?
In this running column, we are tracking which Minnesota corporations of all sizes are making strategic financial investments into external technology companies near and far.
Via News Release
“MINNEAPOLIS, MN –FISION Corporation (OTCQB: FSSN), a leading sales enablement platform, today announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement under which it will combine with Continuity Logic, L.L.C., a leading provider of integrated business continuity and risk management software.”
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Forming a business is the easiest part of being in business. Almost anyone can complete the necessary paperwork, pay a fee, and set up a bank account — thus creating the minimum viable company.
Inc. the magazine “written for the people who run growing companies” released today their annual ranking list of the country’s top 5,000 fastest-growing private companies with an emphasis on the top 10 percent of the list aka the ‘Inc. 500.’
Via Star Tribune
“I and the entire team are in Minneapolis making Flipgrid the best student voice platform we and our educator community can imagine,” Leslie said in an e-mail message. “Our team of 22 Flipgrid employees is expanding in Minneapolis. We’re adding engineers and designers right now!”