[Updated] Which Tech Companies Based Outside Minnesota Have A Presence Here?

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Building off our ongoing exploration of tech companies coming to and moving around town is which tech companies based outside of Minnesota have a presence here? 

That is the question we seek to thoroughly understand in this running post.

Presence — for the purpose of the article — is defined as two or more employees that consistently work together in a professional office environment (coworking counts since many local expansions do start that way).

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Minnesota’s Biggest IoT Company Is Moving

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Via News Release

“MINNETONKA, Minn., Oct. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Digi International, (NASDAQ: DGII), a leading global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity products and services, and Minnesota’s largest IoT company, today announced a new headquarters at Excelsior Crossings in Hopkins, Minnesota. The company anticipates moving into the new facility in early 2019.”

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Novel Buys Another Mpls. Building For Co-working Office

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Via Star Tribune

“Novel Coworking purchased the TriTech Center in downtown Minneapolis, the company announced Monday. It is Chicago-based Novel’s second location in the Twin Cities after it opened its first shared office last month at the former Art Institutes building.

“The demand for flexible and budget-friendly workspace in Minneapolis has been impressive, and we’re excited to be able to offer small businesses and entrepreneurs even more options downtown,” said Bill Bennett, founder of Novel Coworking, in a statement.”

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[UPDATED] Tech Co’s Coming To MN + Those Moving Up, Down, Around & Out Of Town

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Just about every month there’s another tech company moving to Minnesota, either in part or whole.

Then you’ve got the natural changes for those companies based here, either growing and dying.

Given the rate of geographic change and rearrange happening – whether that means graduating from coworking to dedicated office space -or- switching from one side of town to the other in an intrastate move…we’re aggregating these movements for further trend analysis.

Thanks to site sponsor CBRE for reinvesting and enabling us to track and share such unique data with our audience.  Our goal is to be as thorough as possible, so if anything was missed please leave a comment:

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Electronics Recycler Tech Dump Doubles Footprint With New 90k Sq. Ft. Building In St. Paul

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Via News Release

Tech Dump, a Twin Cities based electronics recycler and social enterprise that has been steadily in growth mode since its inception in 2011, has signed a purchase agreement for a 90,000 square foot building at 860 Vandalia Street in St. Paul. This more than doubles their existing square footage and capacity to recycle and refurbish old tech items while providing jobs training.”

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Life Time Fitness Will Debut Coworking In St. Louis Park

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Via Twin Cities Business

“Work” is not a four-letter word for Chanhassen-based Life Time. The health club chain is now expanding beyond working out into the business of co-working.

This week Life Time announced plans for its first Twin Cities location of Life Time Work, which will open in early 2019 in the West End area of St. Louis Park at the crossroads of Interstate 394 and Highway 100. The company is leasing 28,000 square feet of space at the Towers at West End office building, not far from a Life Time Athletic club.”

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Sataware Technologies Moves US Headquarters From Arizona To Minnesota

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Via News Release

“Woodbury, MN — Sataware Technologies, the global leader in software development and BPO services, recently opened their new headquarters in the Twin Cities suburb of Woodbury, Minnesota to accommodate rapid growth and leverage the area’s high-tech and entrepreneurial community.”

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