Why New ULM?
New Ulm is home to industries such as manufacturing, education, healthcare, agriculture, and small businesses.
Our economic engine provides quality jobs, retail shopping, professional services, hospitality, dining, and recreational experiences. This website highlights business opportunities in New Ulm, and information on incentives to help your business succeed.
Quality of Life in New Ulm
Providing a community that people want to call home
Listed in the top 20 cities in Minnesota.
New Ulm offers municipal utilities including electric, natural gas, steam, water, and wastewater. Telecom services are offered through private companies including landline and wireless telephone, and high-speed internet.
New Ulm is Business Friendly
These Businesses Chose New Ulm
August Schell Brewing
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Shopping & Entertainment
New Ulm has become a shopping destination. From unique German specialty stores to trendy boutiques, New Ulm has it all.
Education and Training Resources
Career and Technical Education Center
Provides students in high school exposure and access to the many Career and Technical Education (CTE) careers available in our region. Allows students to earn credentials/certifications before leaving high school. Provides adults a location to recertify/retrain, or gain technical skills in a particular trade or technical career. Planned Programs: Welding Manufacturing/Fabrication – Wood, Metal, Plastic Trades – Construction, HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical Small Gas Engines Automotive (autobody and mechanic) Mechatronics/Engineering Business Development/Eagle Enterprise
A non-profit 501 (c) 3 that provides opportunities for people to discover and explore skills needed to succeed in the skilled trades. Big Ideas features a mobile learning lab that can be brought to locations across the state to introduce individuals to the trades with simulators for welding, industrial coatings/painting, wood-ed and CAT excavation. The organization’s mission is to inform, inspire and connect curious learners ages 13+ to career paths and professionals in the skilled trades.