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  • Serving Brooklyn Center Business Advocates

    Cooperating HandsThe 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.


  • January Luncheon

    This month's meeting will be a free virtual event featuring Jack Elsnes, Community Engagement Manager for CEAP (Community Emergency Assistance Programs). CEAP is a community-based, non-profit agency dedicated to providing information, referrals, advocacy and assistance to their neighbors. While they are located in Brooklyn Center, they have no geographic boundaries and offer services to anyone in the the region who needs them. Jack will talk more about the organization's mission and the services they offer, which have been particularly important to those who are struggling during this pandemic.

    • When: Thursday, January 28 from noon to 1 p.m.
    • Where: Your home or office; this is a virtual event.
    • Registration: This is a free event, but registration is required so we can send you a link to join the discussion.Visit the registration page to sign up.

  • Business and Networking Group Interest Survey

    Please consider sharing your level of interest in business and networking organization memberships in our brief survey. We are interested in your views regardless of your membership status. Your feedback will help us learn where there are opportunities to better reach and serve the local business community.

    Responses are confidential, and we will not ask you to provide contact information unless you'd like someone from the BCBA to get in touch with you. The survey takes just a few minutes to complete. Click here to begin.

    Thank you in advance for your participation!

  • Plan Ahead 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 receiving email invitations to these events and to enjoy a significant discount on monthly luncheon fees. If you are already connected with the BCBA, watch your email for registration details.​​​​​ 

    • February - Monthly Luncheon: Thursday, February 25 | 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
      Details to be determined.

    • March - Monthly Luncheon: Thursday, March 25 | 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
      Details to be determined.

  • COVID-19 Resources for Businesses

    Brooklyn Center Business Association members serve in a variety of roles. Many are business owners, some of whom are directly feeling the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on their operations, and everyone is surely considering what's yet to come. We're dedicating this space to identify resources that may be helpful to organizations as, together, we weather this storm. 

    Do you have a link you think we should add? Email our webmaster.