Makers of Minnesota

The Makers of Minnesota podcast, hosted by Stephanie Hansen, features products and services uniquely made in Minnesota -- and conversations with makers, entrepreneurs and innovators in Minnesota about how they conceive of their products and bring them to market.

LATEST EPISODE

Adam Turman (ep. 41)

Adam Turman's illustrations have defined some of the iconic imagery associated with Minnesota. Find out how he got started and what inspires him in his work.

5/22/2017

Past Episodes

How do you get people excited about engineering ideas and making things? You start early. The Maker Faire is happening June 3, an event that will surely capture the imaginations of future @makersofMN
5/15/2017
Brett Striker, founder and CEO of Maddy & Maize wanted to start a popcorn company with all natural ingredients. How did he pull it together to come with flavors like raspberry layer cake or coconut curry? Listen here to find out
5/8/2017
Paul Dauenhauer, Associate professor at the University of Minnesota is a chemical Engineer who has helped create the "perfect soap molecule"
5/1/2017
Tom Smude and his family started harvesting sunflower seed oil as a way to diversify their crops and provide a protein source for their cattle. Smude oil is now sold as a cooking oil, massage oil, and will soon find its way to your grocery store as microwave popcorn.
4/24/2017
Susan Langer is engineering a new app that lets you Live, Give, and Save while making your everyday purchases. Susan shares her experience of getting an app to market
4/17/2017
Andrew Muntz is "angleineering" custom lures for the largest fish on Minnesota lakes
4/10/2017
Zachary Quinn started Love Your Melon for an entrepreneur class at St. Thomas with the idea of starting a company that can do some good. He has given every pediatric cancer patient in the country a Love Your Melon beanie and started an amazingly successful company
3/23/2017
Ben Rients is on the verge of helping to launch a collective restaurant company called the Tributarians - all while cooking on the line at Lyn65 in Richfield. If successful he and his fellow Tributes will incubate concepts, create chef partners and provide living wages for all with benefits and paid time off
3/15/2017
Ben Rients is on the verge of helping to launch a collective restaurant company called the Tributarians - all while cooking on the line at Lyn65 in Richfield. If successful he and his fellow Tributes will incubate concepts, create chef partners and provide living wages for all with benefits and paid time off
3/15/2017

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