Newsroom 2018-04-25T14:33:57+00:00



Mark Maley


Foxconn breaks ground on $10 billion investment

June 29, 2018|0 Comments

MOUNT PLEASANT – Governor Scott Walker today joined President Donald Trump, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Paul Ryan, and Foxconn Technology Group (Foxconn) in celebrating the groundbreaking of Phase 1 of Area 1 of the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park in Mount Pleasant. Foxconn is committed to a “Wisconsin First” strategy to build the campus, which places an emphasis on hiring Wisconsin workers and businesses. Read More

Op-Ed: Foxconn’s historic investment in Wisconsin already paying dividends

June 26, 2018|0 Comments

Foxconn’s historic investment in Wisconsin is already paying dividends. Read More

Foxconn announces $1 million “Smart City, Smart Future” competition; partners with Wisconsin universities and technical colleges on statewide initiative

May 10, 2018|0 Comments

The new “Smart City, Smart Future” initiative will partner Foxconn with higher education institutions statewide to seek out the best new ideas for the development of smart connected cities and systems throughout Wisconsin. Read More



Foxconn to expand Wisconn Valley Innovation Network with new Foxconn Place Chippewa Valley in downtown Eau Claire

July 16, 2018|0 Comments

Foxconn Technology Group has announced the company is purchasing two properties in downtown Eau Claire for its Foxconn Place Chippewa Valley, a technology hub that will serve west-central Wisconsin, and that will also house its Wisconn Valley Innovation Center. Read More

$32 million Milwaukee Tool expansion project receives support from WEDC

July 13, 2018|0 Comments

WEDC is providing Milwaukee Tool Co. with $8 million in state tax credits to support the company’s plans to build a $32 million R&D facility in Brookfield – a project expected to create 350 new jobs. Read More

City of Madison receives $500,000 state grant to support redevelopment of former Oscar Mayer plant

July 11, 2018|0 Comments

Laying the groundwork for the redevelopment of the former Oscar Mayer plant, Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch announced the City of Madison is receiving a $500,000 state grant to help finance infrastructure work on the site. Read More