Among the key findings in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation In Wisconsin® 2015 report, WEDC’s direct-assistance programs served to help more than 300 companies generate $318 million in total capital. These same companies, in turn, created more than 1,700 full-time jobs and more than 550 part-time jobs in the state, paying more than $94 million in wages.
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*Totals represent the impact of four WEDC programs combined: Qualified New Business Venture Program, Technology Development Loan Program, Seed Accelerator Program and Capital Catalyst Program.