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The Minneapolis office is Accenture’s fifth largest US office. As home to 20 of the US Fortune 500 companies, the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul is a booming metropolitan business center where more than 2.87 million people live and work.
About Our OfficeThrough the Minneapolis office, Accenture serves clients across all of the region's major industries, including some of the Twin Cities’ largest and most-respected companies and government agencies. Across the United States and globally, Accenture provides consulting, technology and outsourcing services to 91 of the Fortune Global 100 and more than three-quarters of the Fortune Global 500.
Involvement in Our CommunitiesThe office is a member of the Minneapolis Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Minneapolis Downtown Council and the Minnesota Business Partnership. In addition, the Accenture Minneapolis office supports a variety of local charitable and civic groups including Greater Twin Cities United Way, Junior Achievement, Genesys Works, and the Guthrie Theater.
Learn more about our corporate citizenship initiatives.
General Office Information333 South Seventh Street7th Minneapolis, MN 55402Tel: +1 612 277 0000Fax: +1 612 277 1010
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