Business Incentives

Open to Business

noah herEntrepreneurs: Roseville is Open to Business

Looking for help turning your idea into a business? Are you an existing business that wants to grow but are facing challenges? Open to Business can help. Open to Business provides free, confidential business advising to help launch a small businesses or help a business to overcome challenges.

Ramsey County Business Advisor Noah Her provides business advice for anyone in Roseville. He can provide assistance with business and strategic planning, marketing and communications planning, regulatory, tax, licensing and accounting training, financial assessment and referrals to professional services. Open to Business also has access to a limited amount of capital, to provide micro loans. Terms and conditions may apply.

This service is free to local businesses. Access to Open to Business for Roseville residents and businesses is covered by Ramsey County, which is investing more than $1 million over the next five years in the program.

If you have questions about taking advantage of the program, contact Noah at nher@mccdmn.org or 612-294-1911, visit www.mccdmn.org/open-to-business or stop in at Roseville City Hall on the fourth Tuesday of the month.

Business Advisor Noah Her
Fourth Tuesday of the month
1:00-3:00 p.m.
Roseville City Hall
2660 Civic Center Drive

Contacts

Noah Her

Business Advisor

Metropolitan Consortium of Community Developers

2660 Civic Center Drive
Roseville, MN 55113

Phone: 612-822-1489

info@mccdmn.org

https://www.mccdmn.org/open-to-business

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