The Fred Law's team has deep and extensive legal and practical experience with social entrepreneurship allowing us to counsel and advise social entrepreneurs on the best legal options available to them, including structure around benefit corporation. In addition to catering to the unique aspects of social entrepreneurship, the team has the experience and resources to serve all your business’s legal needs as part of a full-service law firm.
Quorum | The Minnesota LGBTQ+ Allied Business Community
18 North 12th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55403, USA
MNIBA is a statewide, all-volunteer organizational collaborative representative of a broad cross sector of tribal economic and small business development experts, tribal attorneys and judiciary, tribal artisans, American Indian business owners, community members, legal advisors, financial institutions, economic and community development organizations, consumer protection and financial literacy organizations, non-profits, foundations, tribal colleges and institutions of higher education, corporations, MN elected delegates, county, state and federal agencies.
One of the first American Indian Chambers in the United States and the first and oldest Chamber for people of color in Minnesota; the Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce (MAICC) was founded and incorporated in August of 1986 as a non profit entity, receiving its 501(c)3 status in January of 1989. Our goal is to promote, advocate, and create economic prosperity on behalf of American Indian businesses, organizations, professionals, and tribal enterprises in a global market.
MetroIBA is a group of dedicated independent business owners who work together to support locally owned businesses in the Twin Cities. By combining resources and experience the MetroIBA brings a unique combination of services and benefits to members and the local economy. Our vision is to become one of the strongest and most effective advocates of independent business in the metro and to have a lasting positive impact on the issues facing the local economy.
Founded in the belief that the Latino community is strongest when we help one another, the Latino Chamber of Commerce empowers Latino businesses in Minnesota, one business at a time. We do this by building partnerships with like-minded organizations and connecting Latino business owners with resources.