The personalized local newsletter for the Fargo Moorhead startup scene.
With the most recent Emerging Digital Academy (code school) cohort graduating this Wednesday, I figured I’d not only highlight this organization but also mentioned that a number of startups I have worked with have raved about the students they have hired out of the EDA. If you are looking for talent and want to inquire, you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are thinking of joining the academy as a student, look for more info online or their 7/20 open house; as their next cohort starts in November.
A nice feature of Peter Schott and his startup Genesis Feed Technologies. Not only is the company doing innovative & smart things in ag, but Peter himself is a great example of an entrepreneur who plays an important role in our ecosystem helping others & contributing to the friendly, collaborative, creative & supportive vibe here in the Fargo Moorhead region. Thank you Peter!
This is my straight-up shout out to the resource Innovate ND. Tons of ND-based startups have used this program over the years. Not only does it provide grant opportunities, but the “homework” and pitch/feedback sessions are of great value for validation, ideas and connections.
I recently interviewed Jim Rohde, Founder & CEO of fintech startup JOHO, for this monthly Fargo INC! magazine feature. This company targets financial institutions, banks and credit unions with a variety of solutions.
Not maximizing your potential is actually the sweet spot in a world where perfecting one skill compromises another. Evolution has spent 3.5 billion years testing and proving the idea that some inefficiency is good. We know it’s right. So maybe the rest of us should pay more attention to it.
As the corporate landscape shifts dramatically, more corporations are learning to work side by side with startups. Read through our guide to explore how startups have impacted corporations and which trends have emerged from the new ecosystem.
While going back to the office will be an adjustment for everyone, it will be an entirely new experience for remote hires. The author offers six strategies to re-onboard employees who started remotely.
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). There is also good info on our Financing and Capital pages.