The personalized local newsletter for the Fargo Moorhead startup scene.
Grand Farm and BioKansas is accepting applications for startups to present at their 4/27 Innovation Bridge event. The application is intended for startups doing innovative work in agriculture and bioscience.
Two local business leadership programs are currently accepting applications:
The SBA Emerging Leaders - To be eligible to participate, a small business must have been in business for at least 3 years; generate revenues of at least $250,000; have at least one employee besides the owner; be committed to attend 13 bi-weekly workshops and complete required course-work from May-November, 2021. Apply.
Divided into three separate segments: 3/304/1. Each of these areas a day of keynotes and presentations focused on the next generation of solutions. Day 1: Startup Ecosystems and Local Innovation; Day 2: UpSkilling a Community’s Workforce; Day 3: Celebrating Local Arts and Culture.
Several weeks ago, I attended an interesting webinar by Angel Capital Association regarding angel funding (somewhat of a 101). You can find the video link here, and I’ll also include the slide deck link.
At this two-day virtual event, early-stage founders can take part in highly interactive group sessions with top investors and ecosystem experts, in fields ranging from fundraising and operations, to product lifecycle and recruiting.
FREE on-demand training library open to all business owners and professionals in the state of North Dakota. This Library consists of training and materials created by industry leaders within their expertise.
This page on our GFMEDC website highlights the most common resources for entrepreneurs. You may also find a form that you can complete if you need some guidance to be pointed in a certain direction(s).