Simply Incredible Foods has developed a patented extraction procedure that non-chemically removes a majority of the bitterness from a frozen cranberry. As a result, the berry tastes sweet, even with no sugar added.
Anyone who has ever started their own business knows that it’s not easy. From securing capital to staking out locations to hiring employees to cutting through red tape, entrepreneurship can be pretty daunting.
Wisconsin companies thinking about exporting for the first time—or expanding current exporting efforts—now have another reason to do so as the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) has made several significant changes in its Global Business Development Program.
The energy, power and control (EPC) industry is comprised of companies that create and provide technology, components, products, systems, solutions or services tied to serving major energy, power and control segments. The EPC industry has made progressive strides in recent decades to become one of America’s largest clusters.
In order to create and sustain the steady growth of new businesses in Wisconsin, it is important to encourage and support entrepreneurs at every stage of their development. Simply put, we need these innovators and risk takers to move our economy forward. Research consistently shows that the vast majority of net job creation comes from young companies.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is bringing the power of the world’s leading customer relationship management (CRM) system—Salesforce.com—to economic developers throughout the state. We call it the In Force Network—a name that underscore’s the platform’s collaborative and operational benefits.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is building upon a strong foundation of global expertise and programming with new leadership and product enhancements in its International Business Development Division.