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When You Make It This Great
You've Got To Celebrate

Check out all the ways you can recognize the importance of manufacturing in your community or region during Minnesota Manufacturers Week.

Learn more about Manufacturers Week. 

Learn about Minnesota's Manufacturing Industries.

Find a Manufacturing Job in Minnesota.

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Generating Fresh Insights
Into Clean Energy Industries

This sweeping new study analyzes the growth and economic potential of energy-efficient and renewable-energy technology in Minnesota, focusing on five key industries.

Learn more about Minnesota's Clean Energy Economy.

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Honoring Export Excellence
And Success in Foreign Markets

Do you know a Minnesota company that deserves special recognition for its achievements in the international marketplace?

Nominate it for the 2014 Governor's International Trade Award. Deadline is Friday, October 17th.

Get the details and nomination forms.


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Upcoming Events

Scott County Career Fair

Meet with more than 85 employers who are hiring! October 23rd in Shakopee.

Minnesota Manufacturers Week

Recognizing the importance of manufacturing statewide. Oct. 19-25.

Workers' Compensation Seminar

Oct. 27 - Oct 30 with various locations and times.

More Events

DEED Blogs

An Economic Earthquake

The impact of manufacturing in Minnesota nothing less than staggering.

Central MN's Comeback Kid

After a recession-related knockdown, manufacturing is charging back.

More blog posts