• Welcome!

    The Brooklyn Center Business Association (BCBA) is a non-profit organization of entrepreneurs, business executives and community leaders whose purpose is to promote commerce and build community within the City of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. 

    Brooklyn Center hosts headquarters to many premier private and non-profit organizations such as Caribou Coffee, Surly Brewing and the FBI.  Strategically located to major transportation arteries and only ten minutes from downtown Minneapolis, Brooklyn Center is an ideal location for companies looking for economical and effective growth and development opportunities.

    Join now and gain access to professional development, networking, volunteer and promotional opportunities that focus on making Brooklyn Center a great place to live work and play.


  • Plan Ahead 2016 Calendar

    Event details will be announced as the specific dates approach, and changes may be made to this calendar outline.  Please become a member today to start recieving email invitations to these events. If you are already connected with the BCBA, watch your email for registration details.‚Äč

    • September 22: 'Know Your City Council Candidates' - Political Panel
    • October 27: TBD
    • November: No luncheon
    • December 1: Holiday Event

     

  • BCBA's September Luncheon

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    Our September luncheon will feature a city political panel: "Know Your City Council Candidates". 2016 candidates for Brooklyn Center City Council include Kris Lawrence-Anderson, Marquita Butler, Phillip E. Gray, and Alexander Koenig. 
     
    Head to the BCBA event page to register today. 

    When: Thursday, September 22, 2016
    Time: 11:45a - 1:00p
    Fees:  Members $17 / Non-Members $20
    Location: DoubleTree (formerly the Minneapolis Boulevard Hotel)
                  2300 Freeway Blvd  Brooklyn Center, MN 55430
  • BCBA Newsletters

    Check out our newsletters for quarterly information about the BCBA!

  • June 2015 Breakfast Meeting Follow-up

    On June 11, 2015, members of the BCBA had the opportunity to attend the quarterly breakfast meeting and hear from Andy Meyer and Matt Oquist on 'Strategies for Using Social Media as a Brand.' If you missed out on the meeting or would like to see the information again, please check out the links below. 

     


  • January 2015 Luncheon Follow-Up

    Members and guests at the January 2015 luncheon had the opportunity hear from Matt Oquist, Community Engagement Coordinator for Luther Automotive Group. Luther Automotive Group is a valued business and community member in the city of Brooklyn Center.

    To see Matt's presentation, click here.