The “Gathering Place for Entrepreneurs”

The Twin Cities Development eCenter assists new and startup companies and entrepreneurs develop by providing resources and assistance in accessing various services. While the eCenter is also an environment to veteran entrepreneurs in their second year of the ecosystem, the structure of the organization still remains the same regardless of experience level – assistance in making your ideas happen.

We offer assistance in:

  • Training Workshops
  • Startup Resources, such as Writing a Business Plan, Long and Short Range Projections, Budgeting, and incubation metrics
  • Aid in connecting to Angel Investors, Venture Capitalist Firms, and other funding avenues
  • Mentorship & Professional Strategic sources
  • Developmental networking opportunities
  • Strong emphasis on client assistance and success
  • Conference rooms and office spaces available with access to copier, scanner, fax, internet, and phone hookups – for complete details on available office suites, please Contact Us.

We welcome you to come to the eCenter and tour the facilities:

Summer Hours: Monday – Thursday (8:00AM – 4:30PM) and Friday (8:00AM – 4:00PM)
Winter Hours:   Monday – Thursday (8:00AM – 5:00PM) and Friday (8:00AM – 4:00PM)

We are closed weekends and holidays.

Become a part of the TCD eCenter Entrepreneur and Startup Incubator Program and let us become a part of your success story. For a Program Plan and to see if the eCenter Entrepreneur and Startup Incubator Program is right for you, Click Here.


The TCD eCenter – Making Your Business Ideas Happen




“Having the resources available with the eCenter has allowed us to grow our business in ways that wouldn’t have been possible by ourselves. It has been awesome connecting with other entrepreneurs in the eCenter business community. – Josh Curtis, owner of Clarity Financial


The eCenter is an excellent resource for new o small businesses looking for walk-in ready office space. The facilities are excellent and there is a great community of professionals here that get together regularly who make all the difference. Having the ability to tap into other folk’s knowledge and networks is the added value.” – Brad Justice, owner of Blue Prairie Brands.