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Carbon Origins has already deployed "Skippy" for deliveries in St. Paul and is looking to expand deliveries on the University of Minnesota campus and in the North Loop.
Along with Pangea Theater, he hopes to open the Center for Peace and Social Justice, a near-14,000-square-foot development that would include the Indian restaurant, a theater for Pangea, and co-working and incubation space for businesses owned by people of color.
The fresh capital will be allocated to expanding services and investing in Lifespark's intelligence engine.
Company uses 3-D modeling to design and manufacture custom wood and corrugated crates for shipping large equipment.
Steele Smiley will launch Paco & Lime, a Mexican fast-casual restaurant, on Lake Street in January 2022.
Their goal is to invest and mentor companies that would collectively create 100,000 jobs across the Twin Cities in the next 20 years.
The firm has made 10 investments since its creation in 2019.
The Stop N Shop convenience store and gas station reopened after it sustained more than $1 million in damage during riots after the police killing of George Floyd in May 2020.
Led by a Mayo Clinic medical student, Nanodropper Inc. won the $50,000 grand prize, in addition to $25,000 for winning its division.
Nearly 150 people have registered for Minnesota Exchange, which automatically makes weekly introductions based on a user's availability.