DEDICATED TO WISCONSIN’S ECONOMIC GROWTH
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is committed to creating and maintaining a business climate that allows you to maximize your potential. Working with more than 600 statewide partners, including regional economic development organizations, academic institutions and industry groups, we’re enhancing our communities, supporting business development, advancing industry innovation, tapping global markets and developing a talented workforce to help Wisconsin realize its full economic potential.
IN WISCONSIN, YOU WILL FIND THE SUPPORT YOU NEED TO COMPETE IN AN INCREASINGLY COMPETITIVE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT
MADE IN WISCONSIN
When we say a product is made in Wisconsin, it means more than where it was produced—it speaks to the attributes of the product itself. It’s a reflection of the high quality of our natural resources and the honesty, hard work and innovative minds of our people.
REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTORS
THINK•MAKE•HAPPEN IN WISCONSIN
WEDC invitesWisconsin companies seeking to establish or expand their exporting efforts to participate in a global trade venture to Japan from Sept. 6-14. The registration deadline is July 18. Read More
What’s happening in Wisconsin? A lot. Check out the latest.
Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes has announced that the state will provide $500,000 to the Northwest Side Community Development Corporation in Milwaukee to assist its targeted small business startup loan fund. Read More
Gov. Tony Evers has announced that Nexus Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has selected Pleasant Prairie as the location for its first sterile drug manufacturing facility. Read More
Sub-Zero Group Inc., the industry leader in premium refrigeration, cooking and dishwashing appliances, is expanding its operations in Fitchburg with a new 350,000-square-foot research and development facility–a $70 million project expected to create 100 jobs over the next three years. Read More
“The QNBV Program played a direct role in keeping these investment dollars in Wisconsin and working to grow Wisconsin jobs.”
“The QNBV program has definitely helped Esker to attract qualified angel investors. These tax credits are looked on favorably by investors, which has resulted in a level of funding that enabled the company to hire full-time employees and purchase much-needed equipment and development tools.”