Minnesota’s vast wealth of natural resources, especially the state’s extensive timberlands and fertile prairie, was the basis for Minnesota’s early industrial development. In the late 19th century, Minneapolis was the nation’s flour milling center. By the early 20th century, canning and meat packing were among the state’s largest industries.
While food and food products remain an important part of the state’s economy, the state’s economy has diversified significantly from these early beginnings. Today, the state looks primarily to high technology industries such as computer manufacturing, printing and publishing, scientific instrument manufacturing, and fabricated metal production for revenues.
- Commercial Printing
- Paper Handling
- Food and Beverage
The process to develop a good marketing strategy that is relevant to the industry requires a meticulously analysis of the company and the products and services they offer. The solid local presence and a decent reputation will not guarantee success but for sure it is a step closer. The creation or restructuring of a Minnesota website must take into consideration the typical behavior patterns of the white American Midwesterner which represents more than 90% of the Minnesota population.