LEVERAGING OPPORTUNITIES TO DRIVE MANUFACTURING SUCCESS

With a legacy of manufacturing leadership and a relentless drive to push boundaries, Wisconsin is poised to define the future of manufacturing, not only in what we produce but in how we produce it. By embracing change and adopting new technology, Wisconsin manufacturers can help maintain the state’s industry excellence by improving productivity, increasing global competitiveness and accelerating innovation.

But it will require a concerted and collaborative effort. That’s why WEDC and its partners are helping manufacturers throughout the state take advantage of new opportunities by leveraging technology and proven industry best practices.

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INDUSTRY RESOURCES

As manufacturing across all industries experiences unprecedented transformation, WEDC works with statewide partners to offer solutions to help you improve productivity, accelerate technology adoption and strengthen global competitiveness. Connect with the following resources to get started:

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Industry innovators find partners in Air Force

With the support of WEDC, the Center for Technology Commercialization can help you navigate funding opportunities with two programs launching this February designed to help you understand the ‘color of money’ across Air Force innovation funding; strategic approaches to vetting and submitting a project; and networking to improve a competitive submission. Read More

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Industry innovators find partners in Air Force

January 27, 2021|Comments Off on Industry innovators find partners in Air Force

With the support of WEDC, the Center for Technology Commercialization can help you navigate funding opportunities with two programs launching this February designed to help you understand the ‘color of money’ across Air Force innovation funding; strategic approaches to vetting and submitting a project; and networking to improve a competitive submission. Read More

WEDC SUCCESS STORIES

Rising Queens is a nonprofit grassroots organization with a mission to provide equitable resources to the low-income community by eliminating barriers to help create self-sustaining lives.

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Rising Queens

A popular downtown business, the Cheese Corner was bought by the Vernon Area Rehabilitation Center, an organization dedicated to serving individuals with varying abilities through programs including job training and employment opportunities.

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Mag Rodriguez and Michelle Alfaro opened their store in a Bronzeville storefront as Milwaukee’s first black and brown-owned plant store and it quickly became an important part of the community.

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Maranta Plant Shop

For Crystal Priebe, owning a candy store was a dream come true. For several years, she had been making hand-dipped chocolates and selling them at Valley Fish and Cheese, her family’s store in Prairie du Chien.

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