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Two Wisconsin retailers welcome customers back with style

WEDC makeover winners unveiled new looks in June New looks should pay off for two Wisconsin businesses that went through retail makeovers in June with help from WEDC and a team of professionals from Milwaukee-based Retailworks. “It’s amazing how often small changes cause people to take notice and try out a business for the

2021-08-18T13:28:40-05:00July 28, 2021|INsource Newsletter|

Startup tax credit powers investment in Clandestine Materials Detection Inc.

Ridding the world of a long-lasting and lethal legacy of forgotten land mines and safely detecting other concealed explosives—from roadside bombs to chemical weapons and smuggled nuclear material—is the aim of Madison-based startup Clandestine Materials Detection (CMD) Inc. Read More
2021-07-28T12:57:33-05:00July 28, 2021|INsource Newsletter|

Secretary Message: Projects throughout the state aim to increase access to economic well-being

In our Wisconsin Tomorrow: Building an Economy for All report released earlier this year, WEDC outlined a strategy for creating a stronger, more resilient and more inclusive economy by concentrating on the economic well-being of every citizen throughout our state. Read More
2021-07-28T12:57:28-05:00July 28, 2021|INsource Newsletter|

WEDC announces destinations for 2021-22 trade trips to markets around the world

WEDC’s Global Trade Venture Program will resume trips to overseas markets in 2022. As part of a series of six trade venture programs scheduled through May 2022, WEDC will lead trade ventures to Mexico, Canada, South Korea and Taiwan, and Germany and Austria, with trips starting in February. These will be the first in-person trade ventures in since one held in Canada in March 2020. Read More
2021-07-26T12:10:38-05:00July 26, 2021|INsource Newsletter|

WEDC awards 13 grants to support entrepreneurship programs throughout Wisconsin

Young companies and entrepreneurs chasing dreams need a lot of support—marketing, accounting, legal advice, business planning, mentoring and more. In Wisconsin, a number of organizations are rising to the challenge of building a creative, prosperous business community where people have support for turning the best ideas into businesses. Read More
2021-05-26T09:45:42-05:00May 26, 2021|INsource Newsletter|
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