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Twin Cities Business Magazine

One-, Two-, or Three-Year Subscription to "Twin Cities Business Magazine" (Up to 54% Off)

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Minneapolis-St. Paul business magazine covering local mega-corporations, up-and-comers, and everything in between

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25 ratings14 reviews
June 29, 2017
Needed an address change done for my college son, and not only did they respond within 24 hrs, but they made sure we had this month's copy sent to our summer address! Great Customer Service!
3 ratings2 reviews
June 28, 2017
Very informative. One magazine I read thoroughly.
14 ratings11 reviews
June 28, 2017
Im only two issues in but so far I like the magazine. Some articles I find more interesting than others like most formats of magazines.

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About Twin Cities Business Magazine

Twin Cities Business offers readers an inside look at the Minneapolis and Saint Paul business scenes. This bi-monthly print magazine, which shares a publisher with Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, features columns by area business leaders alongside trend pieces and in-depth profiles of local business owners.

The publication covers large corporations and business moguls—think Target, General Mills, and Paul Bunyan, Minnesota's first business man—and growing mom-and-pop hot spots alike, with lists of companies to watch, the latest tech advancements, and the Twin Cities' best places to meet with clients and colleagues. To ensure readers don't miss a beat, the online articles report on up-to-the-minute local news and provide details on upcoming networking and business-related events.