Drumroll, please!

You know the drill: 7 presenters, 7 minutes each, real working technology and no slides! Join us in celebrating all that our local tech community has to offer.

And for the first time ever – Minnedemo will be held Thursday August 6th via a virtual experience and a limited seating drive-in experience at the MN State Fair. Check out this epic night of #MNtech fun including:

    • Minnedemo34
    • OnRamp Insurance Accelerator Premiere Night
    • Music from Immortal Girlfriend, members of the Backline Accelerator

Tickets go live HERE today at 2pm, and the drive in tickets will go FAST. Schedule of events, FAQ, and more can be found HERE.

We had a huge pool of very talented applicants and it was one of the hardest selections processes in recent years. We are pleased to present the lineup for Minnedemo34 on Thursday, 6th:



Ethos is a first-of-its-kind FinTech platform for consumers and investors to hold companies accountable for the causes they care about, including racial justice, workplace safety, climate change, LGBTQ equality, and more.

Twitter: @EthosImpact


Fever Inspect

Confronted with a majority of temperature screening devices unable to accurately detect fevers (aka “safety theater”), Erik Beall, Ph.D. and Brad of Fever Inspect demonstrate their innovation in accurate and automated mass temperature screening, as well as how to “inspect the temp detectors” using the equipment of thermal imaging science – what to look for and what to avoid.

Twitter: @FeverInspect



IsoBlack is a mobile application designed to increase the visibility of events that celebrate black culture and promote Black-owned businesses.

Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/isoblackevents/


Request Metrics

Request Metrics is the simplest, fastest, and most affordable way to monitor your website performance.

Twitter: @RequestMetrics



Thrive Digital

Martin Grider will show off a mobile version of his board game, Thrive, including the ability to play the game via augmented reality.

Twitter: @livingtech



Twin Cities Mutual Aid Project (TCMAP)

The Twin Cities Mutual Aid Project (TCMAP) is a decentralized volunteer-led organization that provides an innovative open source tool to coordinate mutual aid efforts across the Twin Cities.



We Sparkle

For those of you interested in supporting small businesses, we’ll demo the We Sparkle Directory filled with a diverse set of local businesses and show you how to use their Sparkle Assistant to schedule appointments or order delivery/pickups with them.

Twitter:  @WeSparkleOrg