ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

EDC gives two students’ companies access to workspace in Willmar

WILLMAR -- Two companies started by students Charlotte Ammermann and Chloe Halvorson, who are enrolled in the Kandiyohi County Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities Program, will be able to take advantage of the WORKUP co-working community on th...

WILLMAR - Two companies started by students Charlotte Ammermann and Chloe Halvorson, who are enrolled in the Kandiyohi County Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities Program, will be able to take advantage of the WORKUP co-working community on the MinnWest Technology Campus thanks to the Kandiyohi County and City of Willmar Economic Development Commission.
The EDC was a founding member of WORKUP and gave its two access badges to these students. Ammermann is focusing on social media management, and Halvorsen’s business is graphic design.
WORKUP will provide the fledgling companies with office space, conference rooms and other amenities, giving them a space to do business and network.
The Kandiyohi County Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities program involves students from Willmar, New London-Spicer and Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City public schools.

Related Topics: EDUCATION
What To Read Next
Louis and Cyril Keller are the inventors of the Bobcat skid-steer loader and were selected as 2023 inductees into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Minnesota Crop Improvement Association on Jan. 12 presented the Achievement in Crop Improvement Award to Paul Kjolhaug, part owner of the MayerSeedLine company, located in Willmar. Kurt Flegel, of Benson, was named a Premier Seed Grower.
Christianson PLLP has merged in DM Hoffbeck and will retain the current offices and staff of in Fairfax, Morgan and Redwood Falls.
Teresa Carlson has been an employee of Christianson PLLP since 2005 and is the firm's newest partner.