Minnesota


Minnesota’s black business growth tracked the national average at 58.9 percent over five years to 12,454 in 2007, a jump from 7,837 in 2002. Receipts reached $918 million in 2007, up from $682 million in 2002.
Year of Jubilee: State of Black Business tenth editiongives comprehensive data on black consumer and labor markets as well as entrepreneurship trends in Minnesota. 
Our latest study, Silicon Ceiling 13, reports:

 

The ratio of blacks in computers, engineering and science was 3.7 percent with 2 percent in

computer fields.

More than 1,000 blacks pursued graduate science and engineering degrees in Minnesota which

had 22,519 black college and graduate students in 2006.

These are some of the black-owned and managed hotels in Minnesota,  according to NABHOOD:

Homewood Suites Billerica 35 Middlesex Turnpike Billerica, Minnesota 01821

Homewood Suites Bloomington 2261 Killebrew Drive Bloomington, Minnesota 55425