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As you look for the ideal location for your next business site, we encourage you to consider Wisconsin. Read more about how our state’s strong business climate, unmatched strength in traditional and emerging industries, skilled workforce and well-coordinated economic development network deliver a business environment geared for success.

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Manufacturing Month 2014

Join us in celebrating Manufacturing Month throughout October 2014. Discover Wisconsin manufacturing success stories, manufacturing events, the reasons why manufacturers choose to do business in Wisconsin, and more.

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Wisconsin Manufacturing and Agriculture Credit

Wisconsin is well known for our manufacturing leadership. And because innovations in this industry continue to create a competitive advantage for our state, we provide specific incentives to manufacturers to maximize their production here. Chief among them is the Manufacturing and Agriculture Credit, which virtually eliminates the tax on income from manufacturing activity in the state.

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Marketplace 2014 Event Updates

Marketplace is the premier business capacity building conference of the year for minority, women and veteran owned companies to learn how they can do business with state, federal and local agencies as well as corporations. ​Follow live event updates through #MRKT14 on Twitter and our event blog.

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Insource Newsletter

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From profiles of Wisconsin companies to the latest in economic development incentives, Insource highlights economic news and resources in Wisconsin.

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ABOUT INSOURCE

A quarterly e-newsletter distributed by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), Insource provides a comprehensive perspective on economic development in Wisconsin.

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News In Wisconsin

  • Xconomy: Marquette’s Lovell Moves Quickly to Boost Campus Entrepreneurship

    The University of Wisconsin-Madison is widely seen as the state’s leading school for entrepreneurship, driven by more than $1 billion in annual research spending, a respected licensing and tech transfer arm, and a track record of successful spinouts. The school gives universities in Wisconsin’s largest city, Milwaukee, something to aspire to. In the past few […]
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  • SBA Selects The Water Council for Regional Innovation Cluster Award

    MILWAUKEE, Sept. 30 – The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet announced today that The Water Council has been selected as one of four new Regional Innovation Cluster awardees, adding to its portfolio of high-performing regional innovation networks across the country. These cluster initiatives focus on the most effective approaches to linking small […]
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Press Releases

  • Recycling Company Plans Another Expansion in Western Wisconsin

    Dynamic Recycling to create more than 100 new jobs in Onalaska MADISON, WI. Oct. 20, 2014 – In a move expected to create 110 new jobs, Dynamic Recycling Inc. is opening a new facility in the Town of Onalaska to accommodate the company’s continued growth. Dynamic Recycling, a national electronics re-marketing, recycling and scrap purchasing […]
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  • Menasha Packaging Expanding Operations in Wisconsin

     Manufacturer will add new equipment, create more than 70 jobs MADISON, WI. Oct. 20, 2014 – Menasha Packaging Company, LLC, which specializes in high-end graphic packaging and product merchandising solutions, is investing $5 million to expand production capacity at its Hartford facility to service increased customer demand. The project is expected to generate more than […]
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