New Business

Chef Ellen Serves Busy Families

Jun 11, 2018
Jackelyn Severin

Busy is how many people describe their lives and it seems that Americans are only getting busier. At the same time individuals and families are trying to eat healthier which has created many business opportunities to help make cooking and eating better, more convenient. For those on the east and west coast, hiring a personal chef has become a popular option. Now a new business owner is bringing this service to Sioux Falls.

South Dakota's Small Business Climate

Dec 23, 2014

South Dakota is consistently rated one of the best small business states in the country. Jeffrey Hayzlett, C-Suite Networks Chairman and C-Suite TV host for Bloomberg Television, thinks 2015 will be no different. Hayzlett is a graduate of Augustana College in Sioux Falls. As someone who has global business experience and has established businesses from New York to Los Angeles, Hayzlett knows all that South Dakota has to offer the industry.

Co-Working Spaces

Feb 18, 2014

As the number of "independent workers" continues to increase, co-working spaces are popping up around the country.  Co-working spaces are a place where people, who used to work at home, can move back into an office - but it's not necessarily the old concept of what defines an office.  Kim Bartling is with Meso in Sioux Falls.  Matt Eihlman and Peter Anderson have started "The Garage" in Rapid City.  They are entrepreneurs who have started up new co-working spaces in South Dakota.

Black Hills Regional Angel Fund

Feb 4, 2014

Entrepreneurs in the Rushmore Region have a new resource to help them take their concept from dream to reality.  The Rapid City Economic Development Partnership, in conjunction with the South Dakota Enterprise Institute and its regional economic allies, is launching Black Hills Regional Angel Fund, LLC.  The Angel Fund will provide financial resources for local startup companies that exhibit potential for growth and high economic impact.  The Black Hills Regional Angel Fund is completely funded with local money from accredited private investors in the Black Hills.  Ben Snow, President of th