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
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