Screenshot of Wisconsin Supplier Network website

New Wisconsin Supplier Network connects businesses with buyers, suppliers and service providers


The highly anticipated Wisconsin Supplier Network (WSN) is now live. This new online platform aims to connect Wisconsin buyers, suppliers and service providers with each other and with new business opportunities and advanced manufacturing resources.

The site gives Wisconsin manufacturers access to a free online directory of suppliers and services, with the goal of helping them grow, diversify and build resiliency.

As a project of WEDC, WSN also aims to be a key asset in the state’s business attraction, expansion and retention efforts by showcasing Wisconsin’s robust supply chain across key industry sectors, including water technology, food and beverage, energy and defense.

"Wisconsin Supplier Network is one example of the resources available to manufacturers as they look to compete globally while responding to rapidly evolving market trends and customer needs,” said WEDC Director of Business and Investment Attraction Jela Trask. “WEDC takes a holistic approach in working with partners to ensure Wisconsin is manufacturing-ready by supporting small and midsize manufacturers in leveraging technology and talent development opportunities.”

The WSN site expands and improves on the original Wisconsin Supply Chain Marketplace developed by WEDC and New North, northeast Wisconsin’s regional economic development organization. In addition to expanding the platform statewide, the new site features an easier user interface and integration with many third-party OEM procurement platforms.


mary-perry.pngJoin other Wisconsin companies in a location that offers diversity to start, grow or expand your business. For more information about opportunities in Wisconsin, contact me at 608.210.6740 or mary.perry@wedc.org, or visit InWisconsin.com.

Mary Perry, Business and Investment Attraction Director

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