Minneapolis has a thriving and diverse economy built on large companies and many small businesses, comprising healthcare, education, professional services, manufacturing, and distribution. It is home to 17 Fortune 500 companies including: Best Buy, 3M, General Mills and Target Corp. creating one of the strongest corporate climates in the country according to Minneapolis.Org.
Considered a tech friendly city, the metro area is the birthplace to a number of products and businesses from Wheaties® to Geek Squad, so it’s no surprise that it was ranked #26 on the top 50 by Nerdwallet, and number 2 in the state for innovators by Harvard Business Review. In 2014, PitchBook ranked Minnesota 20th in the country for venture funding of tech startups.
As a whole, Minnesota is home to longtime "Medical Alley" tech companies, which include Boston Scientific, St. Jude Medical, and major tech player, Optum, a data services subsidiary of UnitedHealthGroup, according to CNET.
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