Entrepreneurs in Sioux Falls have zeal. They are passionate, innovative and driven to build a successful business.

They also have the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship, a one-stop resource dedicated to serving entrepreneurs no matter their stage of business growth.

So solve a problem. Fill a niche. Disrupt an industry. Impact the community.

When you’re ready to get serious about building your business,

Zeal is ready for you.

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Make your move.

Whether you only need a space to land once in a while or an office waiting for you any time day or night, Zeal has a spot for you. With 45,000 square feet of flexible space plus a first-class co-working program, we have all the amenities you need. When you’re ready to make a move, we’ll help you get right to work.

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Make it real.

We’re here to connect entrepreneurs with the space and the expertise they need to make their ideas grow into thriving businesses. We link our members with universities, venture capital, civic and government agencies to accelerate launches and bolster success for early-stage companies. Whether you’re starting, growing or expanding, we can strengthen the network you need to succeed.

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Make your mark.

Wonder if you’ll succeed at Zeal? Our experience says yes. Our Zeal companies collectively have secured more than $172 million in equity funding and hold 65 patents. While they started at Zeal, you’ll now find them throughout Sioux Falls, growing their companies, leading their industries, and impacting our community.

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Harrisburg teachers create business out of grammar approach

After realizing that students were struggling to use grammar in everyday writing, three teachers at Harrisburg North Middle School decided to create another way of teaching the subject. Together, Kelly Andrews, Brad Hartzler and Amanda Olinger founded Gravana 605. “We were all constantly seeking to improve our classrooms, and that’s actually how Gravana came to […]

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Peppermint Energy prepares to build smaller solar generator

A Sioux Falls startup that began by selling portable solar generators to customers in developing countries has entered the U.S. market and is adding a smaller unit to its product line. “Over the last 12 to 18 months, we’ve been shifting – not really a pivot – getting back-office operations going, the non-sexy stuff,” Peppermint […]

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Independent wellness company focuses on being one-stop shop for employers

After more than a decade of working in corporate health care, Trisha Dohn decided to launch her own independent wellness company to help businesses create customized wellness programs that work. Engagement, motivation, support and strategy are all part of Well 365’s approach, Dohn said. “A lot of times right now, people working on corporate wellness […]

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