Rewarding companies that invest in Wisconsin with tax credits commensurate with the scope of their business development project sends a strong signal to business leaders about our state’s commitment to mutually beneficial economic growth.
Companies with little or no tax liability may now transfer Economic Development Tax Credits to another entity that is providing non-cash products or services connected to the project for which the tax credit was originally awarded.
The Wisconsin Society of Professional Engineers (WSPE) has reestablished the Governor’s New Product Awards (GNPA) and will begin accepting applications this fall.
The Milwaukee 7 region has been selected to join the Global Cities Initiative’s Exchange, a network that aims to increase global trade and economic competitiveness.
Lucigen plans to change the way infectious disease diagnostics are performed by creating a fast, economical testing platform that can be used in a point-of-care setting while still achieving the superior sensitivity...
Through the Connect Communities and Wisconsin Main Street Programs, dozens of Wisconsin communities are revitalizing their downtown and historic commercial districts.
The ascent of Wisconsin’s aerospace sector continues, with several exciting new developments in recent months, including the acquisition of a Madison-based company by a national leader in spacecraft development, the development of a seed accelerator for aerospace-industry companies, and the expansion of aerospace hubs in three Wisconsin locations.