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Brooklyn Park is an ideal place to locate your business.
Why Brooklyn Park
A growing population, convenient access to the Twin Cities metropolitan area, and available commercial and industrial space all contribute to Brooklyn Park’s opportunities and advantages.
Our experienced team strives to provide service to existing Brooklyn Park business and new business start-ups. Our services include:
- Identifying financing alternatives
- Assisting in identifying available locations
- Coordinating various city approvals
- Organizing meetings with appropriate public and private sector representatives
- Serving as a reliable, responsive information resource.
See why Brooklyn Park is Business Forward here >
View our Development Projects map >
View properties owned by the Economic Development Authority >
There are a variety or resources to help you finance your business.
Elevate Business HC
Consulting, Events, Resources for Hennepin County Entrepreneurs
Elevate Business Brooklyn Park, a partnership with Hennepin County, draws together experts, tools and programs intentionally designed to help new and established businesses gain their footing, plan for their next steps, and take their success to a new level. With over 1,000 entrepreneurs participating in the Elevate Business community, the platform connects business owners and entrepreneurs to industry experts, capital, and resources during key points of their entrepreneurial journey.
Elevate Business offers free services for entrepreneurs, including:
- 25 hours of free business advising
- Peer-to-peer roundtables
- Topic-driven webinars and events
- Regional resources, all in one place
Learn more and explore all of Elevate’s resources here >
More technical resources
Technical assistance organizations in Hennepin County (PDF) >
African Career, Education & Resource (ACER) >
Liberian Business Association (LIBA) >
Metropolitan Coalition of Community Developers (MCCD) >
Starting your business
How to start a business in Minnesota (MN Secretary of State) >
How to create a Business Plan – Points North Advisors (PDF) >