North Dakota Business and Economic Development

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Wingspan of Grand Forks, North Dakota Offers Angel Investing Funds for Start-up Businesses

What separates Wingspan from other angel investors is the access to: marketing and advertising personnel; accounting, legal, and IT services; office, warehouse and operational space; and executive management resources that are available for Wingspan business partners.

Who Wants to be a Venture Capitalist in North Dakota?

To date, DVG claims it is the only completely student-managed venture capital fund within the United States.

North Dakota Leads Nation in R&D Increase

North Dakota shows how a small, largely rural state can become a player in the high tech, knowledge-based economy. It’s a tremendous story of how government, universities and industry can cooperate to build a high-tech economy in rural communities.

Delegation Announces Partnership Between SEO Precision of Crosby, North Dakota and Northrop Grumman

Agreement will bolster North Dakota start-up, development of high-tech tools for U.S. military

Can aging North Dakota resist change amid immigration debate?

"We simply don’t have enough workers."

North Dakotans seek salvation for churches

"Churches were the glue that held rural communities together," says Dale Bentley, Preservation North Dakota’s executive director. "In some ways, they’re the most important buildings in the state."

Canola biodiesel plant near Velva first of its kind in North Dakota

The first wholly owned canola biodiesel plant in the United States.

Centers good news for Minot, North Dakota

Minot was awarded two of the six new jobs creation and economic development projects this past week.

"Innovate North Dakota" program helps young entrepreneurs throughout the state pursue their dreams and develop great business concepts into new businesses,

The initiative is open to all residents of North Dakota, or people who want to start a venture in the state. In last year’s competition, one third of the submissions came from rural counties in the state.

Bruce Gjovig is fostering innovation in North Dakota — The Center for Innovation at the University of North Dakota

The center helps innovators, entrepreneurs and researchers to launch new ventures, commercialize new technologies and secure access to capital from private and public sources.